BOBSCRATCH-

Tsunami One + BT - Hip Hop Phenomenon as reviewed by BOBSCRATCH-

February 13, 2012

long in intro, but big break!
narsti

Tsunami One + BT - Hip Hop Phenomenon as reviewed by narsti

March 20, 2008
There are two versions of this landmark 'Nu-Skool' breaks track.

This one and the version on BT's album 'Movement In Still Life'

Each version is significantly different. Production wise this version, with Adam Freeland more influential on the production is simpler. It has a raw sound that highlights all the best bits of the track. Perfect for breaks heads. However the album version is more focused on the programming and sounds cleaner, it's a bit more 'whizz-bang'.

Either way, which ever version you prefer, still a classic track.
Funky_Dung

Tsunami One + BT - Hip Hop Phenomenon as reviewed by Funky_Dung

February 23, 2004
This is THE 'nu-skool' (or whatever) breaks track. Epic, progressive, noisy, squelchy, bleepy, robotic, fat, noisy and crazily danceable. My head span 720 degrees on my shoulders the first time I heard this. Still think it's one of the coolest tracks I've ever heard. I doubt very much that BT had any real input into it because it's far too good for him.
L13

Tsunami One + BT - Hip Hop Phenomenon L13

November 1, 2018
ha! you are most likely correct! BUT i think the chopped and vocoded vox are BT's.
Vinyl_Pimp

Tsunami One + BT - Hip Hop Phenomenon Vinyl_Pimp

March 25, 2018
BT is a musical genius, not sure why you would make such a statement.