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[NEW release]Wasted Chicago Youth - Shake Them Gears - dotbleep
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 7:09 pm    Post subject: [NEW release]Wasted Chicago Youth - Shake Them Gears - dotbleep Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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Back again we have the .dotbleep, fresh meat connection Wasted Chicago Youth bringing something a little different to the table! The idea behind this tune was to do a futuristic version of the Chicago ghetto house sound bandwith in a few moments Mc R2 Bling Two was on the mic spitting lyrics about big bolted robot chicks. This tune is what they would be playing on the radio on Mars on a Saturday night out around the space docks. Locked and loaded with a vocal and a instrumental dub from the duo we also find .dotbleep resident Shady Tvo on the remix tip with a very 808 infused bass heavy monster that is no short of a speaker buster! And then to add insult to injury Chicago track head legend Gene Farris hits us with a very Relief Records influenced mix that brings us back to the days of warehouse parties and strobe lights in small dark rooms. So turn your speakers up and prepare to shake them gears! Available @ beatport.com HERE
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