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3. Best of Bass 305
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4. Quad Maximus
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1. Permutation
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Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com's Best of 1998

Amon Tobin's mixing of jazz noir with breakbeats on Permutation resulted in one of the most infectious electronica discs of 1998. Using hard-bop drum samples, extended horn passages, and a constant groove, Tobin succeeded where others have fallen short: he captured the essence of jazz and made it ready for the dance floor. Thoroughly enjoyable and swinging. --Jason Verlinde ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars absolutely positively undoubtedly excellent
i had first heard Amon's music in the ├ęS skating movie Menikmati. at first, i thought the music was too good to be true, and it almost is. i rushed out, bought Permutation, and listened to it. WOW!!!!!! this stuff is amazing! since then i've bought every Amon Tobin/Cujo album, and absolutely loved every minute of every one! his skill of, not making music with instruments, but making music with ...music... is absoutely amazing, and his work must be extremely difficult... well, my personal faves on Permutation are Bridge, Sordid, Nightlife, Sultan Drops, and Toys. If you buy this or any other Tobin CD, be prepared to be blown away... he's amazing!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is it.
Yes, this is it. Possibly my favorite album of all time. Amon Tobin is without question my favorite music artist and this is his best work, in my opinion. Supermodified is soooo close to capturing that title, but for some reason I like this album a little more. All of his work is incredible though, and all should be listened to.

I like the album because it takes me to another world. I like how 'Like Regular Chickens' sends a shiver down my spine once the first chords echo at the one minute mark. I like how the bass on "Bridge" picks up and makes me feel like I'm in a car chase in the 1940's. When "Sultan Drops" starts playing, I can imagine myself in the desert. "Nightlife" is all over the place, starting off in a Wild West Saloon, then taking you through some insane carnival at night. I've not been able to find a more addictive beat than the one in "Sordid". I'm not insane, the music is.

Amazon.com called this one of the best albums of 1998. I call it one of the best albums of the 90's period, and easily one of the finest 'electronic' albums ever. I say electronic because the music is made with samples, but it is so much more than that.

If there's one negative thing I can say about this album:
After you listen to it other music will seem, how do I say this... less satisfying.

5-0 out of 5 stars Woah... Slick stuff
Amon Tobim - what can you say about him? Whether it's his stuff on Ninja Tune that you're diggin' or his stuff under Cujo, one thing's obvious from the get-go - the guy can make one heck of a beat. This one, Permutation, has stood the test of time for me because I picked this one up around when it came out and after about 5 or 6 years, I can still pop it in and it sounds pretty fresh.

But those beats... they kick! From the begging track which displays some heavy beats and jazzed sax's mixed in you get a pretty good idea of what the vibe of this is going to be. Its definitely dark, sometimes eerie but the most eerie parts are the "lighter" sounding cuts like "Night Life" - which has an interesting crash to it - dig the flute in there! The way it speeds up is vintage Tobim. The pure Tobim fans might not have been so thrilled to hear "Sordid" on TV; it was on the BMW X3 commercial circa Jan 04. But there are so many good tunes here, that's only one of a few gems.

HIGHLY recommended. Can't believe it took this long to review it... good cd but it is sooooo heavy. And hey - the last track on this CD can be found with lyrics on Bebel Gilberto's album called Tanto Tempo as they redo a bossa nova classic: "Samba De Bencao". No doubt Tobim laid the groundwork and it was a perfect marriage of the new and old school sounds of Brasil. But be warned if you're more into Oakenfeld, Sasha sort of DJ's this is not in the same mold... not by a long shot. But if you dig this, you might (I emphasis might) also dig Buscemi's "Camino Real".

5-0 out of 5 stars Classic evolution of Jazz
Call it drum n' bass, trip hop, whatever...but in essense Amon Tobin is without question a jazz musician. Sure, he uses electronic equipment, like Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock encouraged in the 70s, but who can deny that Amon Tobin's music is not innovative, creative, and original.

He first came to my attention under his moniker Cujo in 1996, releasing "Adventures in Foam" on Ninebar Records. Rereleased in 1997 by Shadow Records it introduced the world to it's new ruler. 1997 also saw the release of his Ninja Tune debut, "Bricolage". "Permutation" is his 1998 offering, and possibly the album that forced the underground music industry to see that he was indeed here to stay. Incompassing jazz, hip hop breakbeats, drum n'bass loops, samba rhythms, and a load of otherworldly sounds, this brazillionaire created what is arguably his best work to date.

To go thru a list of tracks on the album would destroy the point. "Permutation" is not purposed to be listened to in tracks, but as a complete body of work. From the beginning we are pulled into his world and not released until the end, and some of us, yes some of us, have yet to be released. Myself included. "Permutation" is a masterpiece. 'Nuff Respect.

5-0 out of 5 stars Breathtaking
One of the few idm/drillnbass artists i can stand. To be honest I wouldn't even throw him in with that crowd, Tobin is something completely different. His arrangement are more densely layered than his contemporaries. He also relies more heavily on jazz and hip hop to build the platform for his unique drillnbass style. This isn't one of your typical bedroom DJ's who throw albums together in 15 minutes (cough squarepusher cough). Tobin has crafted every track here with painstaking detail. I can hear something new every time i listen to this album. While every song on Permutation is amazing, "Sordid", "People like Frank" and "Toys" really standout for me. ... Read more


2. Bricolage
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5-0 out of 5 stars Amon Tobin is awesome!
I had first heard of my now favorite artist from a movie that i saw. It was Menikmati, a skateboarding movie from eS, and i had to know about the music tracks. I looked them up, and two of them were "Sultan Drops" (from Permutation) and "Slowly" (from Supermodified). I immediately ran out to the store and bought whatever of his i could find, and was not disappointed! he is absolutely the most talented artist I've ever heard of, mostly because every track is different. On Bricolage, "Stoney Street" and "The New York Editor" are jazz, "Easy Muffin" and "Yasawas" are smooth mellow techno, "Chomp Samba" is drum 'n' bass, and there are many more styles i can't think of.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Is What Breaking The Rules Sounds Like
First off, while my introduction to Ninja Tune was courtest of "Cold Krush Cuts," this is the first Ninja Tune disc that I picked up. And yes, this is what started my love affair with that label. The first time I heard "Stoney Street," (this CD's first track) I had to own a copy. As on his other albums, Tobin creates a surreal, teeth-grinding headtrip of dicey syncopation, unconventional rhythmic strategies, and creepy-crawly melodies, constructing unpredictable songs from both an eclectic batch of samples (both musical and vocal) and clever programming. Defying the easy pigeon-holing of genre, this CD is at times like jazz ("The New York Editor"), at times like drum-n-bass ("One Small Step"), at times IDM'ish ("Bitter & Twisted"), at times a happy whateveryouwanttocallit ("One Day In My Garden"), and at times refreshingly, comfortingly unfamiliar ("Wires & Snakes") -- and meanwhile, it's none of these things. (And to think, I bought it for "Stoney Street"...) Unpretensiously sophisticated and morbidly comic, this album is a real gem -- a truly lasting find and while you may not listen to it everyday, it'll become difficult to go long without it. In terms of mood, you can certainly dance to it, but you'll feel equally comfortable popping it into your stereo and letting run its own ambient course while you have a drink with friends and discuss the quote by Levi Strauss included in the linder notes.

So, if you're looking for a CD that pulls off a fusion of jazz and/or samba rhythms with EDM *or* already enjoy the sphere of (say...) intelligent DNB (such as Photek), this may very well be the perfect CD for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars How has this not been reviewed yet?
Buy it. Now. If you don't have this, you're wasting time as we speak.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'M LATE AS USUAL!!!
But "Bricolage" bares a review from me! I heard Amon Tobin's Bridges on the AstoBar CD from Water Music Records and was like, "HMMM"...but it didn't impress me enough to go out and by any of his stuff. It was not until my utter boredom with today's so-called electronica and my sudden revelation that my compilation CDs really aren't all that great, that forced me to sample other "alternatives" of music. Amon Tobin was the first person to come to mind. After sampling only :30 of his stuff online and at my favorite record store (really not enough time to get a true feel for a CD--Amazon, you guys should extend samples to at least a minute--but, I digress!), I was like "Oh, No! Cheerleader music!" Taking a dare, I went ahead and got "Bricolage" and I haven't stopped listening to it since its purchase. I was shocked to realize that Amon Tobin wasn't a bunch of recycled, mainstream crap that you hear on teen movie soundtracks and video games, but instead a cacophony of utter brilliance from every music genre out there! The man utilizes so many styles of music together that it makes your head spin! Why didn't I get hip to this guy sooner?!?!! I'll go down the list of what I think of each song, bare with me:

1. Stoney Street- an amazing jazz selection!
2. Easy Muffin- takes you on a journey into trip-hop!
3. Yasawas- an ambient groove that Tobin masters very well!
4. Creatures- OK, this song is creepy, but in a good way!
5. Chomp Samba- this song is creepy, too, and full of octane!
6. The New York Editor- cute lil' stroll along number! Love it!
7. Defocus- inspired weirdness!
8. The Nasty- is just that..."nasty!"
9. Bitter & Twisted- OMIGOD!!! THE BEST SONG ON HERE!!!! Dig the bass line!
10. Wires & Snakes- OMIGOD!!! THE 2ND BEST SONG ON HERE!!
11. One Day In My Garden- Is that Bossa Nova I hear, mixed with D&B?
12. Dream Sequence- They're baaaaaaaaaaack!!!!!!!!!!!!!

13. One Small Step- experimental genius!
14. Mission- High Voltage finale!!!

I don't think there's a song on "Bricolage" that I skip, because I usually can "feel" them all! Amon Tobin is a genius, right up there with the likes of Matthew Herbert, Boards of Canada and Mr. Scruff as far as mastering styles of music as if he was the originator. I also bought "Supermodified", and heard "Permutation" and his most recent release is pretty good--both of which I shall get, no doubt! I'm glad I got hip to Tobin--the guy is really the SHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Godly
that's all I have to say, this is my favourite CD ever, after Endtroducing. Best mix of Jazz and D 'n' B. ... Read more


3. Best of Bass 305
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5-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS BIG BASS
This CD has huge bass. I would only get this CD if you have good speakers and a good subwoofer. I have a 18" Paradigm subwoofer and I can rock my house. In the whole CD you can feel the bass pounding your body. BASS 305 ROCKS!

5-0 out of 5 stars Yet, another great cd
This is great if u want a lot of bass. it's very loud and hard pounding. it feels like someones punching me through the seat on my honda. IT RULES!

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet
If you like some hardcore bass without a subwoofer you should get this cd. The only thing i dont like is the robot voices you hear ever once in a while, but you can turn down the treble and turn up the bass. Your ears will start to hurt after 10 min but hey! What the hell

5-0 out of 5 stars this pumps hard and feels like a messager in a system
buy it for a competition and you will do wel ... Read more


4. Quad Maximus
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Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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This CD features 37 total tracks with musical selections such as Doctor Oblivion, Tekno Kanik and Night Bass, plus 20 test tone tracks including a 20 kHz to 20 Hz sine sweep. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars WHAT?!?!?! I CANT HEAR YOU!!!
Thats what you'll be saying after tuning your system to this CD.
3 IASCA trophies dont lie. From sine sweeps to the lowest bass I can tell you that this CD gives you the best range to work with. MMMMMM bass for your face baby.

5-0 out of 5 stars if you have the system buy the cd
this cd is definatley worth buyin if you have a decent stereo either in your car or even at home, but its not realy worth buying if you onlu have a bog standard system. so if you have a decent system preferably with a sub woofer then it is definatley worth buying this cd for seeing just how good your system is and what it cam do. have fun, i know i am.

4-0 out of 5 stars CAN YOU SAY BOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have many other Bass Mekanik titles but just listen to track 15 and 7 and you will know what I mean. I love driving up to a red light and people wonder where is this bass comin from? If your like me purchase the album!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Bassman
If u like bass u should really go with Bass Mekanik cds because they give the bass that u really want out of your system.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best test tones!
I was able to test my box and sub to the fullest extent, as well as tune my box to the best frequency for my car. I have many bass CDs, and this one is in the player the most! -Matt ... Read more


5. Mysteries of Funk
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Grooverider isn't hailed as the "don of drum & bass" for nothing. It's an honorable title that he has earned and held since the genre's very foundation in the early 1990s. Mysteries of Funk, surprisingly Groove's first full-length, is a sample of jazzier and more tech-step-oriented strains of drum & bass. Taking slightly forced, Björk-esque vocal arrangements and beautiful guitar licks and arranging them around soft, café-style breakbeats, "Rainbow of Color" emphasizes the jazz-funk solution to Groove's great mystery. "On the Double" takes the fusion of sound even more literally and exercises a more soundtrackish approach with a film chase-scene sound. The mighty Grooverider later flees the café scene with a handful of strictly main-floor tracks like "Where's Jack the Ripper?" and "560." The former takes crunchy bass quacks and pounds against them with a metallic snare drum; the latter takes quirky sub-bass pulses that are quickly recycled into heavy reverb while a simple conga rhythm accents each beat. Groovy. --Daniel Shumate ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Good or bad? Your choice, really...
Being an avid enthusiast of the drum n' bass "scene," as pretentious as it occasionally sometimes is, in listening to this Cd I feel this is not a strong representation of the genre. This could very well be personal, (so you headz chill) but this type of jazzy, tech-step like, a cappella jam seems occasionally cheesy and filled with..well..."filler." I realize that during 1998 this was where it was at for Grooverider. He was hardly setting off bombs in the d n b fabric with other producers overshadowing his less-than-fresh efforts. This album has a few choice cuts, and his production skills are commendable, but combining so-called jazz harmonies with this type of genre is definately an abuse of power. The loungy progressions are worn thick, and lacking any true creativity deep down. This album comes nowhere near stuff on the "Prototype Years" ep which was showcasing the fine talents of heavy hitters Dillinja, Ed Rush, Fierce, Lemon D, Optical, and Boymerang, to name a few. It goes without saying that Grooverider has been one of the most respected and talented DJ's, probably getting all of these afforementioned producers their starts. A big name gets alot of support and can get away unscathed by negativity due to that stardom. No one would dare defy that Grooverider's attempt at making d n b is off key, but let's not give in to someone's production skills because they are graciously empowered in the scene like a king. Purveyor's of fine drum n' bass can find sanctuary elsewhere. Stick with your records for the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars FOR THE TRUE HEADZ
Grooverider drops a debut album worthy of his reputation, pumping life back into a much abused genre, drum&bass. This is hard funk, complete with rolling basslines wicked vocals and chunky breakz. While most of it centers around a jazzfunk sound akin to Bitches Brew era Miles, there is also the complex techstep that he is well known for and even some experimental sounds. Using Optical as his engineer has paid off, and the album retains a hardened technincal edge that combines well with the soulful sounds. Funk for the true headz.....

5-0 out of 5 stars the best in the genre
This album is the best example of what drum n' bass should sound like. This is why Grooverider is the best. Fork out the money and get this double disc limited edition. I got mine in France. You will not be dissappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best musical foray into Drum N' Bass
Though Grooverider is the original drum n' bass dj, this album is not geared towards the dancefloor. Instead, much in the same vain as Goldie and Roni Size's LP approaches, it was created to be an album worth listening to off the dancefloor as well as make you groove. This is a difficult task believe it or not, and since only a few have done it well since the inception of the genre it may not last. However, "Mysteries of Funk" may be the best foray into true music from a drum n' bass foundation. It incorporates a small but healthy dosage of soulful vocals in a few tracks. Throughout the album psychadelic funk and a hardbop jazzy atmosphere dominates the scenery. Delicious basslines join with jumping drums that force a groove into your waistline while the strings and horns caress your creative sides enough to enjoy listening to it even more than just dancing to it. It's ashame that Drum n' bass has lost its significance in contemporary music for it was a genre with infinite possibilities and much promise. This was recognized early on by pioneers like 4Hero and LTJ Bukem. However, most of the scene has forgotten any hopes at making the scene a respected one musically with the exception of the brazillian drum n' bass craze of the past few years thanks to DJs such as Patife and Markee from Brazil. However, Bristol's own DJ SUV has been single handedly holding the torch for England. Possibly the last great attempt at music for a DnB album is his Sept.11, 2001 release on Full Cycle, Desert Rose. Surely coincedental, it is heavily dosed with middle eastern instrumentation as well as African and Latin American sounds. A brilliant album it is indeed. Perhaps Grooverider will return with another album that will resurrect hope of musical creativity in contemporary music otherwise it may be best to stick with the original Herbie Hancock records.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great...
Well known as one of the premier innovators of drum-and-bass throughout the world, Grooverider had been spinning his brand of stuff for more than twelve years by the release of this album. With influences from hip-hop, soul, funk and techno, MYSTERIES OF FUNK is a journey into different styles. From the hard-core rush of "Where Is Jack The Ripper" to the floating vocal magic of "Rainbows Of Colour," the common thread in all of Grooverider's songs is funk. Some of the other tracks that standout are the jazzy "Rivers Of Congo," the thick big-beat/industrial sound of "Cybernetic Jazz" and the haunting, vocal-oriented "Fly With Me",along with the capriciously beautiful "Starbase 23". As drum-and-bass gains ground in the mainstream, Grooverider pushes the envelope further with MYSTERIES OF FUNK. ... Read more


6. V 5.0
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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This is the newest member of the Bass Mekanik CD family. Features 16 full length tracks, a remix from DJ Icey and a full 0dB test section with all tones from 20-99Hz individually indexed by track # (e.g. Track 20 = 20 Hz). ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE AT FIRST THUMP
I use this CD in competition all the time. It is an extremely useful tool. The rest of the series is also good, but this one is tops! IF you don't like electronica, you may not be too happy with the music part, but the rest every bass head can use!

5-0 out of 5 stars FOR BASS THIS IS THE PLACE!!!!!!!!!!
Just awesome man just freakin awesome!!!!!!! My JL's were begging for mercy.For all of you looking for window shattering bass, look no further!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Another Great one...
This cd is good if you like techno type of music.. really good bass

4-0 out of 5 stars Warning: May damage your speakers-irresistable, huh?
This CD jams but don't get it if you don't like electronica music. You are supposed to turn your volume down during the test tones to avoid damaging your speakers, but if you don't it brings bass in and out, in other words its awesome. So all you people with sound systems in your rides - you know what time it is! ... Read more


7. Bass to Tha Old School, Vol. 2
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8. Sonic Overload
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Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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The Ultimate competition, showin’ off your system and having a good time doing it disc … you might even blow something up! Disc one features 16 new full length tracks covering many contemporary dance genres including funky breaks, trip hop, drum and bass, and a touch of freestyle. Disc two is the ultimate SPL and car audio test disc ever assembled covering the full range of sounds, sweeps, and frequencies to tweak even the most advanced and expensive car audio installations. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Old School
MAn its been a while since I heard this...and it was well woth the buy. Some might not like it but this was hella good.

5-0 out of 5 stars I have felt the boom!
I bought the Sonic Overload CD set a few months ago, and I had never played a Bass Mekanik CD on my stereo system before. You can imagine my surprise! My system consists of a Roadmaster speaker (RBB3000, I think) with 2 6.5" low/midrange (20hz is the lowest it can handle) 300-watt woofers and 2 22,000hz tweeters, a Roadmaster BASS BLASTER 600-watt subwoofer (10", it had a neon light but the controller module got fried somehow), and 2 50-watt Magnavox bookshelf speakers (mainly for bass). I give the Sonic Overload CDs 5 stars!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Bass
I borrowed these CD's from one of my freinds and it has been the best that has ever gone through my speakers! I especially like number 2 and 17 on disk 1. I also liked disk two because I could find out if my system could handle the bass or not. Good trial CD's to see if your speakers can handle it.

3-0 out of 5 stars its okay, but not the best
i have two pg 12's with over 1200 watts and am able to hit under 15 hz but this cd dosen't really have but about one or two tracks that really hit well

5-0 out of 5 stars i like this
i have two 6.5 inch speakers in teh front and two in teh back with only one 10 inch subwoofer and even though my system is not earth shattering, it brings out the best in my woofer

trak 12 on disc one owns my speakers ... Read more


9. Bass the Future
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best bass cd
This album is by far the best bass cd I have heard yet. Bass 305 is the godfather of good bass and electrionic mixes. Its actual music, not just bass tones losely strung out with keyboard sounds. Some tracks have very heavy bass lines while others are more subtle, but all are musical and enjoyable. This is a cd that you can put in and never have to skip a track. Even those of you who are not in the bass game will find this cd entertaining. Hell, my dad even likes it! This is hands down the best bass album ever and guarantied to give your system a workout. Buy it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Bass 305 album, by far.
Bass The Future is not only Bass 305's best album but is also probably the second best bass album, by any bass artist, that I've ever listened to. ... the album leaves a lot to be desired, as half of the songs are pretty cool techno-like bass songs (instead of just electronic noises jumbled together having little or no melody -which is what most bass "music" is) and half are either "cheesy" (such as Pure Tone and Bass Epilogue where a scientist of some sort talks about the science of bass and it's effects on the ear) or just "fillers" that lack any substance. My two favorite tracks by far are Automated Digital Bass and BASS mission 305. They're probably my two favorite tracks from any of 305's albums.

If you're a bass stickler, this album is a must-have: It thumps big-time, has very clean and un-distorted bass tones and has some truly cool techno-bass songs (which are ACTUALLY songs), rife with all types of alien-like outer space noises and other digital sounds. Great job Mark and Dave Watson.

5-0 out of 5 stars BASS 305 is good BASS muzic
This album is cool. It's got that nice ambient style, along with that booming bass. Got minimal words, is not offensive (only to your mom when your pounding that BASS in your room and in the automobile.)and would be recommended to a true BASSHEAD like myself. Check out their (David & Mark Watson: Bass 305 themselves, executive producers, and owners of DM Records) other releases: DIGITAL BASS, VIRTUAL BASS, DEPARTURE, AND THE BEST OF.You won't be disappointed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Also check out DMs website at http://www.dmrecords.com

5-0 out of 5 stars 'The Future' is the best album of the Bass 305 collection!
When I first bought this album I liked only one song on it and hated the rest, as I began to listen to it more my favorite tracks expanded from 2-3 until finally I loved every single song! Bass 305 has an upbeat 'Techno sound' with bass that covers the whole frequency range. Then incorporates some clear and loud clicks from the highs. (so it's not just bass - but an all around high quality sound) The best thing I like about Bass 305's 'The Future' is that there is very little words and NO lyrics, which translates to me as nothing to be offended by, where as most bass artist feel their message should exploit women, and use profanity. Bass 305 is CLEAN, so mom shouldn't have a problem allowing this to be played, so long as it is in the car, cuz man this album can bump and thump!!! Get this album - you won't be dissapointed, I promise!!! ... Read more


10. Reload
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11. Radio
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Average Customer Review: 4.89 out of 5 stars
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Imagine having a radio that picks up only electronic music, where every burst of interstation static is followed by some of the most intelligent electronic dance music around. X-Dream make it a reality, giving you eight channels full of creations of their own making on their debut for the London-based Blue Room label. Drawing heavily from the school of full-on fat analog synth sounds, thudding bass, and tightly woven sequences, the two members of X-Dream--Rough and Rush--push incessant and highly captivating sounds your way, nonstop, for over 71 minutes. Watch out for the many and varied hooks that rise to the surface only to fall back into the electronic maelstrom to make way for others of their kind. --Paul Clark ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Killer, mega-hot stuff!! - A must buy!!!
Whoa, this is one of the best albums in the history of psy trance! I've owned this since '99 and it still sounds the same as if I bought it yesterday...clean, crisp, excellent production. My words...super phat, dark and heavy tunes. Every single song on this is excellent. With a song like Radio to start off, you'll know what you're in for...the frog sound is actually an authentic sample they recorded in a Mexican desert.
Think whenever you hear this, you have to see them live. I like Radio, Freak, Electromagnetic, Telegram, , Psychomachine and Oscillator. This leaves a pathway to their hot new album, Irritant. They are one of the best psy groups ever. Germany creates the best underground music, no wonder it's ground zero for gigs/parties.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dear Amazon.com: I want more CDs from X-Dream!
Usually I go to CD shops and listen to dance CDs and I
usually find myself skipping tracks after and after... Not this
one. Some CDs, in its entirety, just "have it" and this is one
of them: Great beats, great variations and build ups, and very,
very unique but energetic quality that you would find in a good
psy-trance. I am very, very impressed.

ps. The Frog track that you can listen to doesn't do any justice
to listening it in it's entirety.

5-0 out of 5 stars Never want this X-dream to end..
This is a Great CD by X-Dream, and their first on BlueRoom, prevously being on Tunnel records. I must say, i dont like this CD as much as "Trip to trancesylvania" or "Our own Happiness", simply for the fact that it has much more of an electronic squeeky-bleepy sound that alot of psychedelic trance has these days, and not as vivid, colorful and melodic as the original Goa that seems to be fading away... THis cd will still rock your mind, your ears, and your arse. Some awesome basslines and killer looping and sequencing, will make you earth/hippy dance till you break a sweat and drop to the floor in epileptic seizures... Oscillator and Telegram are some amazing tracks. Well worth the buy and the shipping wait.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best psy-trance album ever made....
This is without doubt the best album i own. The music is really powerful and the soundquality is the best I've heard ever. This is not melodic trance yet, it contains great tracks, that sticks in your mind, and do not wear out. (I listen to it almost everyday). Songs 2,3,5,6,7 are among my alltime favourites... I cannot say this enough, this albums is really the best psytrance ever...

5-0 out of 5 stars great stuff
i purchased this album on a whim, and i don't regret it. slick, smooth as hell psy-trance with a fat analog sound. get it! ... Read more


12. History Part 2: 93-96 The Rough And The Smooth
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By 1996, when this DJ DB-mixed compilation came out, drum & bass was in transition. L.T.J. Bukem and his crowd had smoothed jungle out to something mellow and oceanic; Grooverider and the crew at the No U-Turn label were turning it into something harsher and more martial. DB's first great achievement on this record is to represent the mellow style of drum & bass (as well as ragga and jump-up flavors) while still hinting at where the music was going. Alex Reece's loping "Pulp Fiction" is here, as is Bukem's woozy "Horizons." But so is Rufige Kru's (a.k.a. Goldie) proto-techstep "Fury" and Renegade's self-explanatory "The Terrorist." DB's second great achievement is to make these opposites attract, somehow turning this into a narrative rather than a jumble. Pretty soon after, jungle dance floors went their separate ways, and no one had to take this kind of risk again. --Jeff Salamon ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best CD ever
When I first heard this cd in early spring of '99, I was just entering into the rave scene, from that day forward I knew that drum & bass was for me! This CD is the best ever put together, the power and feeling behind it are absolutely incredible. It's one of those CDs that you can listen to from beginning to end and be completely satisfied. As a matter of fact, I recommend that the listener does listen to it from beginning to end, if not then the whole feeling behind the cd is almost lost. Finally, just buy the damn cd. Trust me it's well worth the money and effort.

4-0 out of 5 stars Research...
Grooverider was never with No-Uturn, that's Nico's label. See: Trace, Nico, Fierce,Ed Rush. Grooverider's label is Protoype.

5-0 out of 5 stars THE Classic in DnB
This was and still is the best example of the diversity within the Jungle scene. It has the best mix of everything that anyone could want. It has the unique ability to make you dance and/or calm you down... whichever you need at the moment... I have to say that this is a MUST BUY for anyone interested in the roots of Jungle...

5-0 out of 5 stars In your body
For anyone out there who's perhaps not familiar with language used by the Baltimore reviewer, i.e. not familiar with this kind of music...and just looking around for some new music....you must start here. I have journeyed through the drum-n-bass/jungle/whatever category you want to call it....and this CD has so much to offer. It's the kind of music that gets in your body and fills you up, you must get out of your chair, you must move around the room. Sexy, groovin, and it's definitely about a more visceral connection to sound and musical composition. This is the greatest background music for when I'm working in the studio, cooking, or just hanging out with my husband. It loosens you up, and makes you feel excellent. By the time you reach the end of the disc, you have truly taken a journey. Grows on you and grows on you.....

5-0 out of 5 stars LiiiiiiiiiiiiGHTAAAA!
All those who rememeber when Jungle first peeked it's head into America rememeber LIGHTA MASSIVE! This compilation has ALL the essential classics and some smooth morning DRUMnSPACE cutz as well. ALL MASSIVE..... YA 'EAR THIS! ... Read more


13. The Best of Food for Woofers
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14. Ghetto Style Dj's Bass, Vol. 1
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15. Still Blowin' Speakers
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5-0 out of 5 stars Like BASS?
If you remember the King's Of Bass, "Bass Patrol" from the 90's, you know that DJ Fury was the man behind the group! He's back with his new CD guaranteed to make your subwoofer's move! This CD is packed full of heavy bass tones and drop's down to 5hz, so be warned! Any fan of bass, or anyone who want's to see what their speaker system can really do need's to pick this release up! The king of bass is back, so check him out! ... Read more


16. Sub-Woofer Test
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5-0 out of 5 stars pounding bass cd
This is great all-aroundbass.It is the perfect cd for any type of system.I've only got two 10's with a 250 watt amp and it shakes everything in my apartment from my car in the parking lot.This is definitly a must have for anybody with a car stereo system. My advise -IF YOU CAN FIND IT,GET IT!- HAVE A NICE DAY!

5-0 out of 5 stars NICE.Good Bass cd
This cd is a real good one.If you got beat then you should definetly pick this one up. My favorite track is #14.That one really knocks!This cd is not for the musicit's for bass only.

3-0 out of 5 stars Sounds like old school eZe.
this sounds like some nwa. This cd definitely hits some lows. I like track 4. I play this in my car when I get bored. I have 2 polk 12s and a dual 110w amp, and 2 6x9s. I can actually feel this cd. the only problem is thatthe music is kind of lame. kinda sounds like techno. whatever. ... Read more


17. Powerbox: The Bassest Hits
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good f**cking CD
all of bass mekanik's best. Mix between slow songs with LOTS of continious bass, mixed with fast funky bass lines. It's better than sonic overload, plus all the good songs from it. 19 tracks all total. Great buy, I'd recommend it if you really wanna feel da bass. I almost lost my hearing the first day :) ... Read more


18. BMRMX: The Remix Album
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4-0 out of 5 stars BASS BASS BASS BASS
The entire Cd is great and can be listened to repeatly.. ... Read more


19. Bass Check, Vol. 1
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20. Digital Bass
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Bass Classic
This album marked the begining of Bass 305's long number of albums to come. The duo hides themselves as being "BASS SYNDICATE" and others. I personaly love the the song "DIGITAL BASS". It was the first song that I heard from them.
It sounds so spiritual and electronic at the same time.
Even though Bass 305 sound's pretty much like Techmaster P.E.B., they pack quite good originalism themselves...

2-0 out of 5 stars A sub-par Bass 305 debut...
Bass 305's debut album, Digital Bass, isn't a bad debut album, per se, but it's marred by way too much hip-hop/rap influence unlike Bass 305's succeeding albums -which showcase more electronic bass and other sounds to create techno-bass music. Granted, the CD thumps and one can show of one's subwoofer with this album, but 305's later material such as "Bass The Future" and "Departure" are much more complex and refined.

Only Only recommended to a die-hard bass completist.

5-0 out of 5 stars bass in yo face
this cd is a classic buy it!! the sound quality is excellent

1-0 out of 5 stars The real on 305
Do not buy this cd, the first two reviews said this is a good cd. NOPE. I'll tell ya the real about this cd. I believe this was 305's first cd, and I don't see how this cd was ever in mass production. While It does have a few decent cuts most of this cd belongs to a different artist. 305 got much of the material for this cd on Techmaster P.E.B's masterpiece Bass Computer. Any one who has both cd's can tell. If your looking for bass, you'll find it here. But you can find knock with any bass artist. I give this cd one star for biting Techmaster.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not just bass, but MUSIC
I was 13 yrs old when I first heard of the concept of REALLY LOUD BASS. I believe it was my cousin, who was 17 at the time, who turned me on to the whole thing. I didn't even have a car, and my home stereo system was OK, but what I loved best about the CD was the musical variation present on the disc. Granted, it is limited to a few musical styles, there is some innovation which makes this CD more than just "booty bass." Get it! ... Read more


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