Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Breakbeat Science: Exercise 02
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
The second release in Breakbeat Science's budget-priced Exercise series, this premier Juju mix CD is a hard-edged blend of exclusive tunes and dancefloor smashers, mixed by one of the most successful DJs and producers in t... more »
The second release in Breakbeat Science's budget-priced Exercise series, this premier Juju mix CD is a hard-edged blend of exclusive tunes and dancefloor smashers, mixed by one of the most successful DJs and producers in the United States. Features "Soulshine", the debut collaboration between Juju and DMC Champion DJ Craze.
The price is right.
ambient | Florida, USA | 09/13/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I am not sure why this compilation garnered such high scores so far. Maybe because I am into a different brand of dnb, but the tracks on this CD are among the least musical pieces of noise I have heard, with rare exceptions. The beats are rather cliche dnb, which in itself is not too bad. The deep sub-basslines sound great production-wise, but the patterns are often nonsensical.
Generally, if you like very repetitive hard and fast dnb with powerful bass and sinister yet musically simplistic soundscapes, then by all means, get this cd. However, if you expect something fresh, clever, or something that has at least a little bit of musical value, look elsewhere. This is not Roni Size, Aphrodite, or Pendulum. This is dumbed-down Dieselboy."
Second half will send u hopping
Boris Tchemodanov | State College, PA | 03/15/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD starts out a bit mellow like another reviewer mentioned but it slowly builds to a full out accoustic assault that culminates with track 11 (Nosher) with its crazy bass sequence and psychedelic ball-in-airtube trebles. This CD is such a good value that everyone who likes jungle must buy one."
BBS showing off!
Ryan | Richmond, VA | 06/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This Cd rocks, but...it starts off slow...once you get to song 9 IT'S ON! it blows up from then on like hardcore as can be! i like this CD alot cause it is more jungle type.. it's good, but the Klute one is better for the HARDCORE beats