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    I know there's an Electronic Music thread, but i wanted to post some of my fav DnB/Jungle, and I figured since theres some love for Dubstep on the Corp, perhaps there was some junglists too lol.

    I was mad into my Dnb/jungle for like 2 years b4 i got into my hip hop i listen to a wide range of genres but i go through phrases were I'll listen to mainly 1 genre.

    my cousin who was a dnb head told me to listen to this track and the first time i listened to it I loved it loads, completely rinsed it the drop is amazing got me hooked on dnb.



    The dubstep remix which is sick as fuck, on some Terminator shit like the one above





























    Most of these tracks are in the 90's/Early 2000's back then DnB wasn't as wack as alot of it is now.

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    as its a Wu forum











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    mad props for these bro! not too well versed in hip hop dnb collabos the first one is dope as fuck

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    reup

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    I think theres a big enough Drum n Bass thread around here somewhere, started by Sid if i remember correctly.

    I was big into Technical Itch, Dylan, Concord Dawn etc when i was younger, the darker side of d'n'b, i really hated the more commercial side of d'n'b though, thats probably why i never got huge into d'n'b.

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    Two fuckin serious Technical Itch tracks, hes got a great discography, actually i might go listen to some of his shit, and i havent listened to d'n'b in a few years, particualry with the emergence of dubstep.




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    Ed Rush & Optikal used to be among my favorites.

    Durag: what would you consider commercial Drum & Bass?



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    Quote Originally Posted by claaa7 View Post
    Ed Rush & Optikal used to be among my favorites.

    Durag: what would you consider commercial Drum & Bass?
    Commercial stuff like these:












    I'm also not too keen on Roni Size, the track he done with Method Man was pretty good, but overall i wouldnt be a big fan, bought one of his albums a few years ago, and bar the Method Man track it never got much spins.

    I think the general consensus in the d'n'b scene at the time was that it was dead and that artists like Roni Size helped bring it about. I wouldnt go that far, but a lot of purists d'n'b fans hate his music.
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