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Bass Junkie - I, Borg album mp3
Bass Music,Club/Dance
  • Performer:
    Bass Junkie
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    I, Borg
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  • Style:
    Bass Music,Club/Dance
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    1319 megabytes
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    1705 megabytes
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    1926 megabytes
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Four hardcore-leaning remixes of Klein's stonkin' Dynamix II collaboration, "We Are Borg" (from his '95 Panic Trax twelve, "The Borg EP"). The mixes are pretty samey and none of them hit with quite the intensity of the original, but Klein's shifting focus from version to version on the various rhythmic elements of the original (the brittle, sprangy snares; the deep, Miami-style bass) is competent and inventive.

Electro Bass Armageddon! Please join my group: Bass Junkie & Battle Trax to keep up to date with ne. .The German label Dominance Electricity presents Phase 4 of the GLOBAL SURVEYOR various artist album series. The 24 carefully-selected ELECTRO productions out of 7 countries, 5 continents are ranging somewhere between classic Electro/Bass, deep space cruising downtempo, playful Kraftwerk'esk melodies, Acid basslines and ambient synth magic.

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Listen to music from Bass Junkie like Return of the OVC, Electro Freq. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bass Junkie. Appearing most recently on the Breakin' Records label and on his own Parallax imprint, Klein's Bass Junkie material draws liberally from classics of electro-funk and bass music – from Freestyle's "It's Automatic" and Unknown DJ's "808 Beats" to Maggotron's "Planet of Bass" – combining truckloads of samples with crisp, uptempo rhythms and, naturally, the deepest of bone-rattling bass.

Bass Junkie and Cybernet Systems tracks have appeared on a number of Dynamix compilations, with the label also issuing a full-length CD of Klein's Bass Junkie material in 1996. Bass Time Continuum followed three years later.

Before long the Bass Junkie had tested almost every vinyl product on the street, this consumption did not satisfy his habit so in 1987 Phil began to manufacture his own supply. In his suburban laboratory the Bass Junkie spent many hours testing his own medicine, cutting finely-tuned frequencies, chopping them with pure bass and then mixing in raw, uncut beats, leaving loudspeakers smoking and equalizers peaking


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