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Down Under - Various - Platinum Breakz (CD)

2 Oct

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  1. View details of Digital releases on vinyl, CD and mp3 downloads at rolldabeats online dance music discography resource.
  2. Metalheadz Presents Platinum Breakz, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 8 July on FFRR (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Drum and Bass, Breakbeat. Featured peformers: Green .
  3. Goldie's label and Grooverider's club of the same family have earned the reputation of housing drum & bass's finest hardcore talents, and Platinum Breakz is an appetizing taster plate for those who like their beats and sounds forbodingly apocalyptic. This two-disc set includes late-night urban soundtracks from Photek, Dillinja, Lemon D, and J Magik as well as some hauntingly poignant vocal work/5(22).
  4. Various Artists Full Metal Jacket Various Artists METHX - Niagra / Down Under ( Remasters) Digital METHX - Stonekiller / Web Of Sin ( Remasters) Source Direct METACD - Platinum Breakz Vol 4 Album METALPS - Platinum Breakz Vol 4 - Sampler.
  5. The hour-plus REALM Records "hits" compilation entitled GOLD & PLATINUM (1P) was issued in There was never a more eclectic time musically than the early '80s. Disco was finally dead and buried, psychedelic rock and soul music were fond memories and on what remained of Top 40 radio, occasionally overplayed pop and rock singles competed 5/5(4).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Platinum Breakz on Discogs. Label: FFRR - • Series: Platinum Breakz • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Drum n Bass4/5(2).
  7. Metalheadz Present Platinum Breakz Various Artists. out of 5 stars 7. Audio CD. 1 offer from £ Timeless Down Under () - Da Base II Dark () - Final Approach () This is a cd that will be immortally seen as THE main cd to have in a D&B collection just because of the sheer quality, feel, the point in these guy /5(24).
  8. Various: Platinum Breakz "Day break" has featured on the promo of J Majik's "Slow Motion" album and is a menacing masterpiece without a steady beat, while "Final approach" is a jazzy, mellow number. Spectrum, Down Under Jungle mastery of the deeper kind! Antworten Mich bei Antworten benachrichtigen 2 Helpful Digger

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