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Performer: Dancing Egg
Genre: Electronic
Album: Just Don't Understand
Released: 2018
Style: House, Tech House
MP3 version ZIP size: 1697 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1789 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 805
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Mystery white label launches with a single-sided 12" that blends familiar UK Garage samples along with rolling tech house beats.
"les goûts et les couleurs" as we say in french... To me it's not half bad, I didn't know of the sampled tracks before and yet it still doesn't change my mind. It's not a complete rip off made to be sold on beatport, why not consider it as a (pretty good) bootleg ? It's an updated version of UK garage classics, maybe it will be forgotten and outdated in a few years, maybe not, but I "Just Don't Understand" the hate here.

Jesus wept..... this is candidate for the worst track I've heard in my lifetime. In 2018. On vinyl.Every copy should end up in landfill. Total abomination.

This made me laugh at my desk.... I love the comment below from man like Tristan.

Totaly respectful of Todd Edwards and the UKG scene, love it

Disrespectful to the UKG scene, disrespectful to Todd Edwards, disrespectful to Somore Whoever produced this cannot call themselves a producer, it was made on a two channel mixer and its out of key !Absolute waste man moves

unimaginative* . . . . . . . . .

As a rather ageing house veteran I could name a swathe of 'classic' tracks which have sampled in an imaginative way. Same goes for hip hop. I do not need an opportunity to learn about the above tunes as I own them both. Cheers

It's not the sampling in itself thats disrespectful, it's the creativity (or lack of in this case) of how the samples are being used. DJ Shadow created an album entirely of samples and it was beautifully done and considered one of the most innovative records in Electronic music - this is, simply, someone taking a 4 bar loop from two tunes and fading them in and out on top of a drum loop for about 7 minutes - big difference.I echo everyone else's sentiments - the record is absolute horse poop. Use this as an opportunity to learn about and listen to the original tunes instead (which are Somore - I Refuse (Sunshine Remix) & Todd Edwards - Shut the Door).

How is sampling a record disrespectful? . . . .

Let's throw two UKG classics together and hope that it sounds alright. Oh shit, major key clash. Ah who cares, let's press it on vinyl anyway, it's not like people will notice as long as they're told it's a BANGER!Proper crap.

Swift Summer
I "Just Don't Understand" how this garbage can make it onto vinyl. It's not even in key!

This is poor, whatever it is. add on top the god awful tech house beat and you get this steaming dog turd