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DJ Bass-T - Here Comes That Sound (Alright) Album

Performer:

DJ Bass-T

Title:

Here Comes That Sound (Alright)

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

2935 mb

Label:

Aqualoop Records

Rating:

4.3

Style:

Hard Trance

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

2002

Catalog:

AQL 035

DJ Bass-T - Here Comes That Sound (Alright) Album

Tracklist

1Here Comes That Sound (Alright) (Drag & Drop Remix)
Remix – Drag & Drop
6:20
2Here Comes That Sound (Alright) (Club Mix)6:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AQUA005Bass-T Here Comes That Sound (Alright) ‎(12")Aqualoop Records ItalyAQUA005Italy2002
YLDC 03DJ Bass-T Here Comes That Sound ‎(3xFile, WAV)You Love Dance ClassicsYLDC 03Germany2015

Credits

  • Producer, Music By, Lyrics By [Words]SeBass-Tian, Sven-R-G

Notes

℗ + © 2002 Aqualoop Records

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 4 014235 591437
  • Barcode: 4014235591437

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Aqualoop Records
  • Copyright (c) – Aqualoop Records
  • Published By – Aqualoop Productions
  • Published By – Upright Songs
  • Produced For – Aqualoop Productions
  • Distributed By – DMD
  • Mastered At – Aqualoop Mastering Studio

Album

Here Comes That Sound - DJ Bass-T. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 2007 г. Bass-T - Here Comes That Sound Alright. DJ Bass-T. Here Comes That Sound. Kontor New Media Music от лица компании You love That Sound Alright. Since the genre had been developing, producers all across Germany wanted to get in on the action hey a similar story happens 10 years later only with virgins the Netherlands and now we call it Big Room. Because Here Comes That Sound had fully made use of the newest technology already exploited incessantly by Hardstylers, the cut was clean and strong. Album 2015 3 Songs. Dance 2015. Here Comes That Sound Club Mix. Here Comes That Sound Drag & Drop Mix. 金子由香利 巴里の屋根の下, Sous Les Toits De Paris LP, Album, Promo. December 17, 2019. DJ Bass-T Here Comes That Sound Alright 12. plus Shipping Costs. DJ Micha87. Artist: DJ Bass-T. Album: Here Comes That Sound - Single, 2015. Bass-T - Here Comes That Sound Alright Has been played on. Russia 1. Pinball, Bass-T - Stars, Here Comes That Sound Alright - 2003, FLAC tracks, lossless. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Not logged in. Random Downloads. Bass T. Here Comes That Sound Alright. Overview . Appears On. Artist: Bass-T. Song: Here Comes That Sound Allright. Genre: Dance. Length: 03:46. why so many RIPs here are they about music, or did someone actually died Cliff H. the best german handsup dj is gone. mix in peace - still in love with ur music José Luis Vilchez. A Disco House and Tech-house Radio Show Mondays on TRAXFM at 7:30pm UK time and Thursdays 4pm. All replays available. Listen to DJ Ivanhoe Here Comes That Sound Show Replay on - 4th May 2020 Show 107 by Trax FM Wicked Music For. 7 May at 07:14 . Back on the radio at 4pm today for Here Comes That Sound on London's Legendary TraxFm. Disco - House - Tech

Video

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If you want something, anything to blame for the eruption of the hard pussy techno scene not long after the turn of the millennium, shift the blame to this slab of wax courtesy of two power players (or maybe musical propaganda pushers) Rocco & Bass-T (RIP rave on in heaven my beloved German cheese artisan). Here comes a sound that takes the mall acoustic Eurodance of the 90s and decides it needed to be brought into the modern age (which at the time was 2000 commercial trance) but I guess it needed to be a bit harder for all those "hardcore German ravers." Y'know, get the commercial trance scene's head outta it's ass and into the underground, right? If Pulsedriver and RedWing weren't getting the sword of power solid, which obviously it wasn't for our two friends here, maybe Your Spirit Is Shining needs a few harder kicks and a deeper bassline - oh wait we have hard trance for that. Nevermind let's just sully that genre even further.

Call it what you want - Commercial Hard Trance (right on the money), Euro House (I'm sorry what house? Jack will damn you to EDM hell for that), Euro Trance (Alice Deejay was not here), Dancecore (that's what these guys called it, right Rocco?), or God forbid Hands Up (make it stop! plz Basshunter) - but this self-loathing genre quickly caught on once DJs and producers got their hands on Aqualoop's latest single "Here Comes That Sound (Alright)." Since the genre had been developing, producers all across Germany wanted to get in on the action (hey a similar story happens 10 years later only with virgins the Netherlands and now we call it Big Room). Because "Here Comes That Sound" had fully made use of the newest technology already exploited incessantly by Hardstylers, the cut was clean and strong. Germans will be Germans, so of course an injection of acid was necessary but the hook was mature and unlike many commercial tracks at the time... the song used a tactic known as "progression" where it moves from one section to another in an evolving form but bringing new patterns in during the course of the song. I don't know maybe like real trance does? So in that sense it certainly is praiseworthy unlike the commercial trance of today. Maybe a listen to the b-side is worth it if you fell so deeply in love with the a-side because the Drag & Drop Remix doesn't add anything to original, you could say it is an alternative mix. But hell, the single didn't get much attention despite being so influential. Could be that there was an absence of meaningless female drawling oh I mean vocals. Sometimes those things are left better unsaid because who would have thought a commercial track could stand on it's own without singing? Actually, we all knew. Robert Miles proved that in '95 and now we hate him for it.

So what happens next? If you are still reading I applaud you for being at least somewhat interested in this trainwreck because here's where the fun begins. Pretty much every CT producer realized there was major cash to be made here, producers paired up and conceived new ideas to bore listeners and excite Eurozone contaminated ravers with predictable leads and cheesy as hell lyrics sung by talentless dykes who probably met the DJ while they were too f'ing wasted to leave the club so he exchanged buying her vocals on the condition he takes a trip into pussyland. Maybe that's how Rob Mayth and Mikesh got started but once you've got your style (or do a remix for DHT) legitimate fans will follow for years. After all, that's what this "genre" is about. Having fun, dancing for way too long, and cursing Special D. for injecting the same vocal samples in every - single - liveset. Let's not forget that some brave souls like DJ Uto, DJ Dean, DJ Yanny (ok everyone does have to have a prefix in this genre and that's sorta lame) who tried to export (Quake / Exit) or mature the genre (TTF / DNX) and they were mildly successful. Every once in a while it is good to medicate your children with Cascada or Master Blaster so they stay away from that newfangled Trap or whatever that recycled, oversampled shitshow is today. You might know that I mean if you grew up going on YouTube searching "DJ Splash" "Ravers Fantasy" "Miniature Fantasy" "Techno Trance Mix" or any other cardinals sins like that. Now it doesn't really matter because looking back on the whole deal, this is the only place you can find Swedish 30-somethings trying to jumpstyle and blue-eyed, striped-kneesock clad "pika girls" in the same damn place. HUMFS! as DJ Gollum would say.

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