Various ‎– Bassbin Recordings Present Rare Grooves

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Bassbin ‎– BBLP01
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4 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Compilation
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A Skitty Sweet Vibrations
Written-By, Producer – Skitty
B Alias (6) Long Time
Written-By, Producer – J.Boyle*, N.Wright*
C Calibre Can't Stop This Fire
Written-By, Producer – Calibre
D Paradox Bongolia
Written-By, Producer – Paradox
E Equinox (3) Don't Wanna Hurt You
Written-By, Producer – Equinox (3)
F Breakage Rise
Written-By, Producer – Breakage
G Digital Lucky 7
Written-By, Producer – Digital
H Seba And Lenk Feat. Robert Manos Everyman For Himself
Written-By, Producer – Lenk, R. Manos*, Seba

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BBLP1 Various Rare Grooves LP(4x12", Comp, Promo) Bassbin BBLP1 Ireland 2005 Sell This Version

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threedeepson

threedeepson

December 23, 2008
All I can say is - damn - what a good long player this is. I bought this originally for "Rise" which is an absolutely tearing roller IMO. Heard it in a Breakage mix in late 2005, just the way it was mixed in, I knew I had to get that track. I figured given the Bassbin name, the album would be a good purchase, but I didn't expect it to be as good as it really is. All of the songs on this album are good in their own right, all brilliantly composed. Standout tracks would have to be:

"Can't Stop This Fire" by Calibre. This is arguably one of the most underrated tracks of his next to "Pissed Up Raver" (stupid no-all-caps-rule).

Seba & Lenk's "Every Man For Himself" with Robert Manos. I really dig this guy's vocals. Mind you, it's not as brilliant as "Make My Way Home" on Offshore or "Move On" which Seba released with Paradox on Hospital... but still a really great track.

Equinox's "Don't Wanna Hurt You" - Equinox is largely underrated in the dnb community, or at least by most accounts I can make out, so whenever his tunes are on my favorite labels, I tend to buy.

I can't emphasize this enough; simply a great album. Definitely pick yourself up a copy if you get a chance. Rohan done good with this one.