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    black ops were brilliant at their best, but a lot of the stuff they put out is pretty crap.

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    New Black Ops-project, Da Future Music:
    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...endid=70148318

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    pre 'war'

    jon e cash and the west london movment were unheard of in grime.

    slimzee broke that tune with great effect and they still never released the proper version which was a shame.

    jon e was banging out sublo tracks back in 98/99

    definetly goes down as an inovator in the grime scene

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    any chance of a re-up of the deuce cd?

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    is Jon E Cash making a comeback? > http://www.youtube.com/user/blackops...ture=autoshare

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    what a wistful thread

    black ops were the best grime label, the ultimate, for me.

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    yeah but the vocals were fucking appaling.

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    strange really because when they performed live the vocals were good

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK-ULTRA View Post
    any chance of a re-up of the deuce cd?
    yeah, hold tight.

    Just listening to some Macabre Unit stuff, pretty amazing.

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    Tread digging.

    Drop top Bimma kid

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    it's hard to deny War, which sounds fucking immense on a big system, and i really like Battle, but that's basically a reworking of War... other than that tho, a lot of the releases on black ops were pretty samey and average i reckon.

    actually Do It / Fairground is pretty good.

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    benjy how can you forget

    Spanish Fly
    How we get down an R
    R-Ha
    Invasion 1&2

    And there is a silver one with 'BLACK OPS DUBPLATE' as the only thing on it that is fucking super deep.

    And lets all not forget that Dread D is T.Williams, unbelievably talented guy.

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    I personally rate Cash Beat (Hoods Up Instrumental), Kettle and War the most. There were a fair few mediocre ones too though, it's undeniable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK-ULTRA View Post
    any chance of a re-up of the deuce cd?
    http://www.yousendit.com/download/Rl...dVU5bER2Wmc9PQ

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    I love when threads like this pop up on here.
    Cheers

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