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VariousTempa Allstars Vol. 3

Label:Tempa – TEMPA 019
Series:Tempa Allstars – Vol. 3
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Dubstep

Tracklist

ASkreamWarning (D1 Remix)
RemixD1
Written-ByO.Jones*
BCaspa (3)Rubber Chicken
Written-ByCaspa (3)
CHeadhunter (9)Sleepwalker
Written-ByA.Williams*
DN-TypeTolerance
Written-ByMark Newton
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Copyright of this recording owned by Tempa Recordings.
Made in the United Kingdom

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 66017 14686 7
  • Barcode: 666017146867

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Tempa Allstars Vol. 3 (2×12", Promo, White Label)TempaTEMPA 019UK2006

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ProtoMoss's profile picture
ProtoMoss
>D1's remix is a must have for Skream / Youngsta fans
>Rubber Chicken is a ridiculously effective wobbler
>Sleepwalker is so damn underrated, lads... It's got that mid 2000's Hotflush vibe with the cheap reverbs, lush pads, broken-beat-esque chord progression, a 2-step motion that's borderline halfstep, wobbly yet smooth and sweet bass, I really love everything about it.
>Tolerance is a nice track, although perhaps not as original as the others, it still smacks
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arborn
Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning
hawk196's profile picture
hawk196
All 4 tracks are bangers. No going wrong with this EP. I wasn't so hot on Intolerance until I bought the vinyl, now I think its my favorite. All tracks deserve their own spotlight, they are perfect examples of the sounds of dubstep. Play this out!
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DJ_Spekt
this release is all about the Warning Remix for me. such a heavy tune that is right up there with all the other classics!
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Mr.Confidence
I'm not a dubstep head at all, but "Rubber Chicken" by Caspa - WOW. This has got some serious weight to it. I have seriously never heard bass so low. The step pattern is very nice too, it gives the track some real swing.

Nice touches with the "Kids" sample too.
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phuriphonics
Edited 15 years ago
The third Allstars outing has four contributions by some of the dubstep scenes most revered producers, but in my eyes/ears it is completely and utterly dominated by the friendly ghost himself; Caspa.
'Rubber Chicken' is just plain mental. It makes me laugh so hard everytime I play it. You have to understand at this point that I am laughing with incredulity, not simply humour.
I never though it would be possible to get so much wobble out of a bassline, it really does verge on the ridiculous. Of course there are other tracks of the past 12 months or so that make pure jelly of the bass; such as Skream's remix of DMZs' 'Ancient Memories' and N-Type's 'Square Off' to name but two.
But Caspa's 'Rubber Chicken' more than lives up to its name.
Utilising a nifty sample from Larry Clark's controversial 'Kids', Caspa introduces himself to the listener before unleashing an half step assault of sub sonics that creep, twist and generally upset the neighbours. But, wait...what's this? After the breakdown, we are told that Caspa is going to "slow it right down", which he does. But it must have been this point when he upped sticks from his bedroom and decided to finish the tune on a bouncy castle because the bass just goes spastic. Imagine a fleet of helicopters taking off at different times, and then slowing the rotors riiiiiight down until all you can hear is the whumpf, whumpf, whumpf; inject a little tectonic plate activity and throw in a dash of amplfied pylon and you are getting close to the essence of 'Rubber Chicken'.
Quite simply this tune is utterly brilliant. Definitely a "WTF" moment, but surely it will be assigned to the vaults of dubstep as a classic moment within the genre.