Various ‎– Electro Breakz (Volume One)

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StreetBeat Records ‎– SBD 1024, StreetBeat Records ‎– SBD-1024
Series:
Electro Breakz – Volume One
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CD, Compilation
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1 Midfield General Go Off
Written-By – Damian Harris
5:01
2 DJ Icey Don't Stop
Written-By – DJ Icey
5:47
3 Headtrip Rock Da Acid
Written-By – Bill Baren, Yiannis Simos
5:00
4 Newton Screamer ('95 Orlando Mix)
Written-By – Nick Newton*
5:24
5 Uberzone* Moondusted
Written-By [Manufactured By] – Q (19)
6:50
6 Bahamut & Joe V. Dobrag
Written-By – Christopher Rayce
5:07
7 Segun Sweet Surrender (Thurdsday Club Dub)
Producer – EarthlingRemix – Thursday ClubWritten-By – Tim Buckley
5:11
8 Beat Dominator Ultrasonic Vibrations
Written-By – Neil Case
4:22
9 Break Beat Express Drop The Beat
Written-By – James McCauley
3:16
10 Atnarko Bear Lifestream
Written-By – Dave Ross
5:25
11 DJ Baby Anne Trippin' The Bass
Written-By – DJ Icey
5:30
12 Thursday Club A Place Called Acid (Rennie's Indigestion Mix)
Remix, Written-By – Rennie Pilgrem
7:00
13 M5* Featuring Brad Raker Gotta Feeling (Break Mix)
Written-By – Brad Raker, John Alvarado
5:02
14 Bass Trip Bass Planet Beats
Written-By – William Okon*, Neil Case
4:37

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"Old Skool Break Beats + Acid Synths And Tweaks = An Electro Funk Fusion Best Described As Electro Breakz.

This array of Funky Breakz, zesty loops and sound effects delivers a flava that old skool b-boyz, ravers and electro funk fans have only dreamed of, many have tried to duplicate this sound, but these are the breakz!!!"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 84023 10242 1
  • Barcode (String): 784023102421
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2F55
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L802
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): W.O. 111795-1 S.O. SBD1024 DISC MFG., INC.

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BigBeat25

BigBeat25

May 21, 2018

This "Electro Breakz" series is a really nice discovery, and this first CD is very consistent and sensational.

The first track "Go Off" is my favorite Midfield General music, by far. What a choon ! It's a shame he didn't put it on his first album "Generalisation".
It's followed by a great Icey track, "Don't Stop". The sample can be heard in "Delik" from the Chemical Brothers.
You also have great names of electronic music such as Thursday Club, Baby Anne, Bass Trip and Uberzone.

Recommended for any initiated person in breakbeat and/or electro.