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paiktis22
22-11-2004, 20:14:25
If you find a "speed garage best of" it will cost very little and will have 3 cds. Most of it will be just listenable. some of it will be good and a little smaller version will be fantastic. So I do recommend it; you will instantly recognize it by the scarcily clad in leather stripes blond dancing on the cover. heart beat tuned repeated drums, heavy bass and just all around crazyness and happiness. the tunes are old (around 1998 or so) but they sound very good for the most part.

this is especially good for web ear rockers (which is where i classify myself)

Scabrous Birdseed
23-11-2004, 07:45:08
What an awfully dull genre. It's like Salsoul disco without the soul, or the funk, or the salsa! It's just some woman warbling mildly over the world's most gormless beat.

Thank god the british are doing better things these days.

Funkodrom
23-11-2004, 09:23:58
It's evidence that if the drugs are good any music with a beat is acceptable.

paiktis22
23-11-2004, 18:06:39
Come own! You have to see it in the wider socioeconomical perspectives! It's only 3.90 and while I will not disagree in fundamentals with Scabby, for this price, the effect of something altogether musically different and the underlining 4 or 5 outstanding tunes I think this is a good offer. You can pick through the garbage and find some gems that will force your bum to move along with the music. And for a very cheap price. When was the last time you moved your bum and for how much money?
Plus it has a non stop mix CD that you can simply put on and it creates a nice musical background for all sorts of occasions.

protein
23-11-2004, 19:02:26
I'd have to be on crack to enjoy speed garage.

Funkodrom
24-11-2004, 09:31:48
Originally posted by paiktis22
Plus it has a non stop mix CD that you can simply put on and it creates a nice musical background for all sorts of occasions.

Name one.

protein
24-11-2004, 11:43:32
A fight by a rubbish tip?
Joyriding in the 1990s?
Shopping in Hard Edge in Reading?

Funkodrom
24-11-2004, 11:44:28
Good point, I stand corrected.

Debaser
24-11-2004, 11:57:37
Mild Reservoir Dogs style torture.

Nills Lagerbaak
24-11-2004, 12:01:11
"Who kicked the dogs to death...who! who!"

paiktis22
26-11-2004, 12:01:43
Some of the songs are nice like ministry of sound remixes. Some others are porridge I admit.

Provost Harrison
26-11-2004, 16:14:10
Porridge?

Provost Harrison
26-11-2004, 16:14:37
The Best Chav Album In The World...Ever!