Jimmy Crash

Jimmy Crash

Dance music producer & initial label manager of Direct Drive.
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Jimmy Crash Discography Tracks

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DD 4 Adam X & Jimmy Crash Adam X & Jimmy Crash - Drumdrops Vol. 4 (Essential Break Beats & Loops)(12") Big Break DD 4 US 1990 Sell This Version
Jimmy Crash Crash Course Nu Groove Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
Jimmy Crash Hieroglyphics EP (EP) Direct Drive US 1993 Sell This Version
DDR 30 Jimmy Crash Perfect Existance(12") Direct Drive DDR 30 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
DDR 25, Direct Drive 25 Jimmy Crash H.A.O.S.(12") Direct Drive, Direct Drive DDR 25, Direct Drive 25 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
Jimmy Crash The Slide EP (EP) Thrust (3) US 1998 Sell This Version

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October 24, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
One of my most fond memories from the early days of Storm Rave in Brooklyn is of Jimmy Crash working the crowd. Perched from on high (with his girlfriend in arm) and two large candles spinning atop the turntables, Jimmy raised his arms in shaman style as some hooverish track wailed through a room of a thousand whistle blowin' kids from all over the globe. Priceless.


January 21, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Jimmy Crash. For the record Jimmy was one of the 6 original STORM Ravers. His recording career started with 'Crash Course' on Nu Groove which for a debut, landed him a couple of gigs in the U.K. and Germany before starting his own label Direct Drive with Adam X. There was several nice underground techno tracks on this label with the best being the Richie Hawtin remix of 'Radiation'. Jimmy also managed Sonic Groove during the Groove years in Brooklyn and chances are if you can go back into the Brooklyn Underground from 1990-1994, this is the man that sold you the jams. When the scene began to fade @ the Millenium, the man retired and moved to sunny Florida. And that
ends this story.

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