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    Further complicating things, Pulp Fiction came out in 1995 also https://www.discogs.com/Alex-Reece-P...l/release/5549

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny B View Post
    according to discogs Tina Moore - Never Gonna Let You Go (Kelly G Bump-N-Go Mix) came out in 1995, Gabrielle in 1996.

    Kind of interesting that the Americans didn't really pick up on 2step, given that they invented it
    Are you sure? Seems like the original is from 1995 and the remix from 1997:

    https://www.discogs.com/Tina-Moore-N...elease/3143744

    https://www.discogs.com/Tina-Moore-N...elease/1197826

    Amazing if you're right though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    Are you sure? Seems like the original is from 1995 and the remix from 1997:

    https://www.discogs.com/Tina-Moore-N...elease/3143744

    https://www.discogs.com/Tina-Moore-N...elease/1197826

    Amazing if you're right though.

    US release, on the B side

    https://www.discogs.com/es/Tina-Moor...release/232701

    guess it took a little while to get picked up on in the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Further complicating things, Pulp Fiction came out in 1995 also https://www.discogs.com/Alex-Reece-P...l/release/5549
    Wasn't the term 'two step' actually used in drum and bass before the genre 2 step even existed?

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    I dunno how often these things really are 'invented' by one producer, wouldn't be surprised if loads of people have the same idea at the same time and its just one tune gets released first...

    In any case, the the 2-step beat is just sped up hip-hop beat (which ofc was based on samples of funk/soul)

    Maybe there's something interesting to be said re: this vs. the disco beat found in most house music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    In any case, the the 2-step beat is just sped up hip-hop beat (which ofc was based on samples of funk/soul)
    I think the hi hat emphasis on the off beat in 2step comes from house and wouldn't be found in hip hop. A of the syncopation and intricacy of the rhythms wouldn't have been found in hip hop until timbaland

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    Wasn't the term 'two step' actually used in drum and bass before the genre 2 step even existed?
    Not sure if it was before 2-step garage, but 2-step was used to denote the early NUT/Emotif, Pulp fiction rhythm before 'techstep' was coined. 95/96.

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