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Diggedy Derek
29-11-2004, 06:36 PM
Seems worth mentioning this fearsome vocal on the Forward rhythym. Absolutely mentalism is all I can say. Brap! You can hear it on the Hotsound show on 1xtra, go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/1xtra_aod.shtml?hotsound click it forward to 15 minutes through the set, and they drop it (and re-re-re drop it) round about there.

Ach!
30-11-2004, 05:07 PM
Oh My Diddy!

Heard this on Master B show on Raw UK - absolutely dirty. Best version so far.

dubplatestyle
30-11-2004, 05:23 PM
absolutely tearing. spragga's gotta be shuffling round his mid-to-late 30's at this point...that's showin em old timer.

captain easychord
30-11-2004, 05:47 PM
agreed, that version is MURKY!

bun-u
30-11-2004, 05:58 PM
yes got this on saturday... it works well. an even better uptown purchase was davinchie's 'dirty canvas 2' , the buzzlightyear2 is shockingly melodic-brutal...it left me unhinged after some loud headphone listening. record of the year, ever (for this week anyhow)

stelfox
30-11-2004, 06:33 PM
absolutely tearing. spragga's gotta be shuffling round his mid-to-late 30's at this point...that's showin em old timer.

he's not actually so old, you know. i'm continually shocked at how young a lot of these guys are. it just *seems* like they've been around forever!

stelfox
30-11-2004, 06:45 PM
oh and while i like this a lot, it's not an exclusive vocal cut, it's actually an overlay of the lyrics from "put foot ova", which was spragga's version on the dancehall rock. doesn't make it any less fun, of course. would just be nice to hear some one-off voicings by the JA crew on grime rhythms.

luka
30-11-2004, 08:07 PM
yeah now would be a good time to remind people of harry toddler over eskimo, donkey kick, which was a proper link up. more stuff in that vein would be great.

captain easychord
30-11-2004, 08:17 PM
yeah now would be a good time to remind people of harry toddler over eskimo, donkey kick, which was a proper link up. more stuff in that vein would be great.

DJ logan gets into some of this on his sidewinder bonus mix (which is at www.eskibeat.co.uk)

Diggedy Derek
01-12-2004, 09:45 AM
Yeah the ragga vocals on that Logan set are breathtaking. Essential listening (although I think Eskibeat may be temporarily down at the moment).

Thanks for clearing up whether it was a new vocal or not, Stelfox. I just assumed it was new, because it seemed to fit so well- it sounded tight, which often isn't the case when you lay an accapella over another beat.

stelfox
01-12-2004, 09:48 AM
it's a great track on the original rhythm anyway - sorry i feel like i've broken everyone's new toy now! - and i don't really care one way or another; i like it just fine. be fun to see some proper cross-pollination again, though.

dialectic_bricks
05-12-2004, 08:45 PM
Seems worth mentioning this fearsome vocal on the Forward rhythym. Absolutely mentalism is all I can say. Brap! You can hear it on the Hotsound show on 1xtra, go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/1xtra_aod.shtml?hotsound click it forward to 15 minutes through the set, and they drop it (and re-re-re drop it) round about there.

HELP! did anyone record this? I missed it and now this weeks show is online.

Logan Sama
06-12-2004, 07:17 AM
oh and while i like this a lot, it's not an exclusive vocal cut, it's actually an overlay of the lyrics from "put foot ova", which was spragga's version on the dancehall rock. doesn't make it any less fun, of course. would just be nice to hear some one-off voicings by the JA crew on grime rhythms.

*cackles maniacally*