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    Quote Originally Posted by Tentative Andy View Post
    To massrock or anyone else that d/l'ed this: do you know the name of the track that they play immediately before Noise Factory - Straight From The Bedroom?
    Prob about 2 hrs 25 in (!), it has a horn sample that sounds like its either the same or very similar to the one used on War for 94, but pitched differently, plus a dude yelling out what sounds like 'didn't mi ever tell you about the raggamuffin business an ting'. Suspect it may be quite well know, but I'm not getting it.
    It's Dance Conspiracy - Dub War.

    http://www.discogs.com/Dance-Conspir...release/354169

    Big tune, but avoid the XL repress you might see, for some reason the originals not on it (?!).

    the tune that 'War for 94' is no doubt a nod to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spender View Post
    It's Dance Conspiracy - Dub War.
    BTW The 'Dark Light' horns pop up again on this 3rd Party / Kemet Crew release...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spender View Post
    It's Dance Conspiracy - Dub War.

    http://www.discogs.com/Dance-Conspir...release/354169

    Big tune, but avoid the XL repress you might see, for some reason the originals not on it (?!).

    the tune that 'War for 94' is no doubt a nod to.
    Thanks Spender, yeah I actually found it on youtube late last night. Insomnia coming in handy again.
    Massive tune, I love the way that the different elements in it should be totally incongruous next to each other, yet somehow they work....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tentative Andy View Post
    Thanks Spender, yeah I actually found it on youtube late last night. Insomnia coming in handy again.
    Massive tune, I love the way that the different elements in it should be totally incongruous next to each other, yet somehow they work....
    Absolutely fucking killer tune. The original is a bit pricey but worth it, as Spender says, the XL reissues are missing the best mix - also has 5(?) tunes on one 12".



    War for '94 was pretty much a remix. There was also a couple of unreleased mixes: http://www.rolldabeats.com/forum/ind...rt=#entry36939

    That sax sample was also used (maybe prior to dub war?) by Bay B kane in 'Sax in the jungle' on Ruff Guidance 1. And the gorgeous 'Hey-eyh yeah' vocal was first sampled by The Step on 'Yeah You!' - WARP 8/8R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by massrock View Post
    Slimzee & Tubby bank holiday old skool set on Rinse from last Sunday.

    http://www.dubplate.net/rinse/podcas...tubby24509.mp3
    link is broken.... please can someone re-up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BareBones View Post
    link is broken.... please can someone re-up?
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/glinsc

    Hopefully this works, I don't use these things often.

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    thankyou andy.

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