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    This is fat dinosaur tail bass. Enjoy










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    best music discussion thread I've seen here in awhile, there should be 1 for the hip hop and Wu Tang Chamber sections too! I've got to go back and listen to all the Rock in this thread & get educated



    I guess for hip hop, Pete Rock, Large Professor & Tribe led us into a new era of basslines in hip hop , before them it wasn't as heavily used


    EPMD - You Gots To Chill, It's My Thing, Let The Funk Flow, Cummin At Cha
    A Tribe Called Quest - Buggin Out, Scenario
    a bunch of Roots songs
    LL Cool J - The Boomin' System, Mr. Goodbar, Backseat Of My Jeep
    Black Moon - Black Smif N Wessun, U Da Man
    Smif N Wessun - Let's Git It On
    Black Sheep - The Choice Is Yours
    Pete Rock & CL - The Creator, Ghettos Of The Mind, The Basement, T.R.O.Y. remix, Death Becomes You
    Pete Rock - Pete's Jazz, Shut Em Down remix, Rampage remix, Groove On and more
    Jay - Z - Can't Knock The Hustle
    Kool G Rap - Death Threat
    Bounty Killa feat. Masta Killa - Eyes A Bleed prod by RZA



    80's R&B funk basslines:
    Gap Band - Outstanding
    Slave - Just A Touch
    Deniece Williams - Free
    Patrice Rushen - Giving Up, Forget Me Nots
    Kleer - Intimate Connection
    Cheryl Lynn - Encore
    Juicy - Sugar Free
    The Whispers - Rocksteady, Tonight
    Keni Burke - Rising to The Top
    Midnight Star - Night Rider (sounds like Billie Jean)

    Recent Hip Hop:
    Black Milk - The Matrix
    Fat Joe - Da Incredible
    The U.N. - What They Want




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    Great thread...we did a similar thread at Philaflava.com a while back, lots of dope shit here

    http://www.philaflava.com/forum/view...ight=basslines

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcidPhosphate69 View Post


    that sounds just like pink floyd's "Money" to me



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    some Premier sickness is Mobb Deep's Cop Hell, D.I.T.C.'s The Enemy and Chi Ali's No Surrender, No Retreat. He brought dark sinister basslines on those


    turn up your bass, it's a little hard to hear the bass on these youtube vids

    The Meters have some dope bass, it's been sampled in hip hop heavily

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    Dennis Edwards - Don't Look Any Further
    Kool & The Gang - Duji, Jungle Boogie, Summer Madness
    Earth Wind & Fire - Let's Groove
    Maynard Ferguson - Mister Mellow
    James Brown - The Big Payback
    Mobb Deep - Up North Trip
    Lord Finesse - Party Over Here remix, Yes You May remix, You Know What I'm About
    Wade Marcus - Spinning Wheel
    Gwen McCrae - Funky Sensation



    Neek The Exotic - Exotic's Raw
    Pleasure - Thoughts Of My Old Flame
    Maze feat. Frankie Beverly - Before I Let Go
    The Fat Back Band - I Found Lovin'
    Aaron Neville - Hercules
    Cypress Hill - Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk
    Mary Jane Girls - All Night Long
    Redman - I Can't Wait
    Isaac Hayes & Donald Byrd 125th St. N.Y.C. - Feel Like Loving You Today
    Marc Moulin - Tohubohu
    Dr. Dre - A Nigga Wit A Gun



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    shit when TRIUMPH dropped in '97 my small car speakers couldnt handle that bass line..
    and Flex played that shit like 4 times in a row.. by the end of the night my shits was making that weird crackling sound that speakers make when they rip at the seams...
    keep 120 ray gun powder inside the canister

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    no words, just listen :



    if you find a cd quality mp3 and listen to it with a good system... fire !!!!



    And the marvelous


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    simple but so sweet...


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    Primus is pretty sweet

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    Alot of flea's shit with the peppers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prolifical eng View Post
    i thought billie jean is the sickest baseline in the history of music.
    :d

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    Cha Cha featuring Ja Rule, Memphis Bleek, Blackchild and Bareda-Wheredapaperat?

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