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    This tune though

    Back when new music was invented every week

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    feel the rush. heat come alive.


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    Really sad. Leaves a young son behind. Interviewed him a few years back when he was over with my mate Ricky making tunes. Lovely guy.

    RIP.

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    A bit later, but probably one of my favorite jazzy dnb tunes ever


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    I love the breakdown and riff on this one


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    ❣Yesterday morning at 8.55am my beloved husband passed away after a short but severe illness. All of his family and friends are currently suffering from shock and are completely devastated! Jamie was a beautiful man that never hurt anyone in this life, he was a musical genius and his body of work over the past 25 years is legendary. He is so respected and many are feeling the loss of a true 'gentle'man. Please respect our privacy and give us time to process this pain and grief. Please feel free to comment below. You may not get a response straight away. I wish to teach our gorgeous son all about his dad and memories from the people Jamie touched will help paint a full tapestry of what an amazing human he was in his short life of 46 years. 💕 I'm lucky to have spent 16 years of my life with you Jamie Giltrap 💗
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    Quote Originally Posted by HMGovt View Post
    feel the rush. heat come alive.
    one of my absolute favorite hardcore breakdowns ever, total mastery of the ruff/smooth contrast + then building it back up piece by piece

    I rate the Tango + Fallout records even higher than Tales from the Darkside. This is the one for me. Total class 93 darkside.


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    this is also fucking great. sounds later than 93, another example of how ahead of the curve he was.

    anyway, rest in power.

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    It was great to be a part of that, at that time; to be a part of that era. I wouldn’t change that for the World.
    http://blogtotheoldskool.com/?p=5117

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    for those of you so inclined, MPS has a number of the recent Steel Fingers Heritage represses to buy (well some of them were unreleased until now)

    https://www.mpsvinyl.co.uk/collectio...ngers-heritage

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    Unreleased but amazing


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