Great 2 Step?

wise

bare BARE BONES


and yeah there are several versions of he wasn't man enough, here's one

 
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benw

Well-known member
wise if you're still going to do a folder / mix (would prefer a folder personally) that would be great ;)
 

craner

Beast of Burden
Thank you, Wise, I knew you wouldn't let me down.

Can we raise the bar with 80s electro/soul UKG remodels/remakes?

From Zapp & Roger...

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...to Y-Tribe.

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Surely there are even better ones.
 

wise

bare BARE BONES
unfortunately it's a terrible tune

this doesn't fit quite so snug but it sounds a bit better (well not on this shit quality clip but you get what i mean)

 
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spookybizzle

Well-known member

thats got to be 1 of the most sampled acapellas in UK garage... Jeremy Sylvester used them in another 2 productions of his.. which are below. the 2nd one being the most popular one.



its been used in other uk garage productions and even grime as well




i know its meant to be a 2 step topic so dont wanna drift off with 4x4 and grime...

the Strictly Dubz version does it for me though.
 
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baboon2004

Darned cockwombles.
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I know the first one is speed garage, but hey - both amazing tunes. Anyone got any other classic garage dubs to recommend?
 
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