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Krushed & SortedAcid™ Made Me Do It

Label:African Dope Records – aDOPEcd001
Format:
CD, Album
Country:South Africa
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Reggae
Style:Breakbeat, Drum n Bass, Cape Jazz, Reggae

Tracklist

1Income3:49
2Roots Soup (Dubplate Mix)7:20
3Scatter (Mo Bass For Ya Money Mix)6:32
4Interlude 11:30
5Makesome Breaksome
Featuring [Vocals]Ernie*
11:20
6King Of The Swingers (Animal Chin Remix)
RemixAnimal Chin
6:10
7Interlude 21:41
8Breaker (As Above So Below Mix)8:10
9One Nine Nine Nine (Noughty Mix)9:03
10Outcome3:16
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 6009656490016
  • Barcode (Text): 6 009656 490016

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Acid™ Made Me Do It (CD, Album)African Dope RecordsaDOPEcd001South Africa2000
New Submission
Acid™ Made Me Do It (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered)Permanent RecordPR008South Africa2018

Reviews

  • hbmf's avatar
    hbmf
    Makesome breaksome... what a top brakebeat tune... on a top brakebeat album.
    • Discocogs's avatar
      Discocogs
      All filler???????????? No way man... this whole Disc is good and "Kots" is very cool, but it is not my fav from this cd........
      • uf.on's avatar
        uf.on
        When I first heard King of the Swingers (KotS) on a compilation, it was a standout track. KotS is a extremely groovy combination of old jazz&vocal samples ripped from a vinyl, drum & bass and breakbeat. It has a soul. Genuine blockbuster. Few years later I got to this album. Even after repeated listens I wasn't sure what to think about it. Now I can say I was dissapointed. Why?

        Let's get this straight - this album had a significant impact on development of South African breaks scene and I respect that. It was a starter for success of African Dope Records. However musically it's not only fame and glory. It looks like one-hit-album with KotS being the hit. The rest is more or less fillers. Specifically there are 4 unconcealed fillers (intro, outro, 2 interludes). With exception of track 2 everything else is a variation on KotS - has the same build-up, uses the same or very similar samples, Makesome Breaksome being the best of them. Tracks 2 and 3 introduce reggae samples. However once you have heard KotS, you can hear it in each of these tracks - but KotS can be only one. The rest are just clones.

        I rate this album 3 stars - one for importance, two for the music. Two stars down for repetitiveness which makes the album boring.

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