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@DJK-Swiss: Thanks! NP! Send me your email address and I'll send you a 320 of it!
@tubsyfella: Thanks man!
@dj feva: Send me a PM with your email address and we'll make it happen!
@elijah-symons: Thanks! :)
@Killa Records: I liked "Life" a lot but "Train Track" was the tune I played most often from that record! BTW, the next amen D&B tune I'm making is also inspired by 2 tunes from that same era and I know for a fact that you had those 2 records, too! Stay tuned!
Whoah! I could totally picture this released on Urban Takeover vinyl back in the day! I would have definitely had bought it and played it regularly! I have a ton of your vinyl in my collection, Mulder! Big fan! BTW, I made a tune with similar samples a while back. You might like it:
KGBkid - Da Lickshot Doc by KGBkid
@magickmahavishnu: PM me your email address and I'll send you a DL link
@Default: Malcolm X
@b-o-d-a: Done! Check the comments!
@tekkerz: Done! Check the comments!
@Default: Done! Check the comments!
@thetwoface: Done. Check the comments.
Whoah . . . this is a REALLY good tune! Had this come out on vinyl when I weas still buying records, I would have TOTALLY bought and played this!
You're entering Archangel territory here! I'll let him know that he should watch out for you! ;)
Ragga jungle needs more non-amen tunes likes this. Good work!
@the-silly-tang: I like the oldschool feel to this tune! I think this would mix well with Chopstick Dubplate / Jackie Murda's tune "Roadblock Tonight".
Very catchy! Sounds good! I'd play this!
Sounds great! Congrats on the release! Very impressed!
Just wanted to say that I like this tune a lot! Congrats on the release! Great tune!
@Default: I used to use Megaupload but that site is down now. Do you have any recommendations for alternatives?
Well done, y'all!
(I should explain myself better.) The draft eventually turned into this tune. Then this tune got lost on one of my old hard drives for years. I eventually found it and put it in one of my old Megaupload download packs. After even longer, I've put it onto here. So it's new to many but it's actually really old. Pfew! That was hard!
@Killa Records: Actually, it's really old. ;) Remember the Wootang remix DRAFT I sent you a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time ago? (It was very short and I think you wound up using a quick clip of it in one of your mixes.) Well this is what it eventually turned into! Better late than never!
@Ninjah Fareye: LOL! Thanks! I've been in hiding for quite some time though. ;)
@Bones1: Yeah, I know. :( When the tune was first exported, the levels were too hot. I was never able to fix the tune because the project file (the file wherein I can work on the tune) became corrupted. This recording is all that's left from that project. :( I figured that some DJs might be able to work a bit of magic with their mixers to render it playable and, if not, it would at least be suitable for throwing onto an iPod. Mawbad! ;)
Sounds good! You should throw in some Wu-Tang sword slashing samples! ;) I bet this tune works really well with Krust's Warhead! Keep it up!
@outtafaze: Thanks! Glad you like it! I'll have to cook some more stuff up then!
@Killa Records: Ah-thank you, sir!
@Chazy [A-Team]: Nice to be back! ;)
@b-o-d-a: Thanks! :)
@EL RICHEE: Thanks dude! I love Winnipeg! I was wearing my Manitoba Moose t-shirt last night! If you ever get a chance to do the Hemetic Code tour of the Leg building (during the summer), you should totally do it! :)
Very nice, dude!
Yo Krinj! This tune has a very Urban Shakedown / early Aphrodite feel to it! I like it a lot!
Love it, Krinj! Keep up the great work!
@DJ. ZJA: Thanks! :)
Hey man! I REALLY like your tune! You did a great job! I would totally play this in one of my sets! I especially like how your amens are nicely edited without being over the top or too much. When it comes to amen edits, a lot of people have a hard time finding the sweet spot; they either go REALLY hard/chopped at the expense of flow / listenability or they go for a more simple rolling effect at the expense of creative choppage. You seem to have found your sweet spot because that tunes is chopped enough that the amen heads will love it but also rolling enough that even someone who's never heard ragga jungle could get into it and dance to it! Very good stuff! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for including my tune in your mix!
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