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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by E1 BASS » Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:38 am

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Not that I see what that has to do with anything
Well I guess I owe an explanation... I think this song is a bit like a Christmas decoration.. tis cool in right time and context, but if I still see it laying on the lawn the next summer I want to punch someone. Why I said get a job then? I said it because as a professional I got an impression that the song took like 1 hour to make and in my work I don't get much more than shit done in 1 hour. Hence I made an assumption u don't got a proper job or don't do it proper anyways. As this was only assumption based on on a simple evidence, there might not be any truth to it, but I had to poke you with a stick, so I'd know myself.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by Ali Baba » Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:29 am

Think it's out pretty soon as the promo came round a little while ago now, whilst it's not exactly the deepest or cleverest tune in the world it certainly works on the dancefloor pretty well!
With regards to the finishing it in an hour thing, whilst you can save a LOT of time from using templates, presets, the same samples etc I struggle to believe that anyone could finish a tune in an hour from scratch! Maybe they meant the sequencing or something but to timestretch+chop a vocal, arrange a track and mix it down in an hour? I think not!
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by lectrotek » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:11 am

Finnishandy wrote:I think this song is a bit like a Christmas decoration.. tis cool in right time and context, but if I still see it laying on the lawn the next summer I want to punch someone.
:lol:

not doing it for me either. saw them on thursday in brighton and thankfully they didn't see fit to drop this.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by ag4111 » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:21 am

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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by uncle jam » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:47 am

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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by shaman » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:55 am

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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by hubie » Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:18 pm

Speshal wrote:I agree with meph boy and the mexican it's fucking awful.
Likewise

But that Young MC boot on the beadle hand... :badger:
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Post by That Girl DJ » Tue Oct 06, 2009 3:45 pm

VJ Air wrote:add another name to the list of agreement.

tune itself isnt actualy that bad, but the samples real;y f*ck it up.
^^ this

Went down well at Boomslang on Saturday though. Is clearly a decent festie/party tune. Doubt I'll ever play it again but can see the appeal I suppose.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by DerMerwe » Tue Oct 06, 2009 5:13 pm

One of those tunes that sounds good the first time you hear it. After that you hear it for what it is.

It's just a bit boring IMO. Not absolutely dreadful, not ridiculously cheesy, just boring.
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Post by a nsb user » Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:52 pm

you don't even need to hear it to know it won't be anywhere near cool enough for most of nsb :p
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Post by jimmy brayks » Tue Oct 06, 2009 10:12 pm

i like it, nice beats

it does remind me of a tune that could of been made specifically for DJ Hero though http://www.djhero.com/ - its kind of one up from Music 2000 on playstation....
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by Bedroom Beats » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:17 pm

Johnny Freebase wrote:For anyone who hasn't heard it, apparently it came about as a result of their being a part of the "good Vibrations" tour down under and as a bit of a treat for the fans they decided to play around with the Beach Boys classic, so Dom Stanton says on Annie Nightingale's show a few weeks back. It was available to download off a recent newsletter.

ANYWAY, my point is, how on EARTH have they managed to knock off what is essentially aural devastation on a global scale in "about an hour" as Dom claims in his Nightingale interview? It's just so damned grimy and great and the pissing about with the Marky Mark song of the same name yet no connection to the original is the icing on the cake.

If this is the sort of thing they can just roll off the mac in less than an hour of playing about then I fear there is no hope for the rest of us, they have just cracked breakbeat supremacy and will never be beaten. Interestingly I think the rest of this minimix I heard it on is a bit shit but this track/mash up makes it all worthwhile. I WANT IT.

As a big fan of the Beach Boys I'd normally consider it sacrilege to piss about with their work BUT this is a BEAUTY.

Gutted I missed them both at home in B'town on Thursday AND at Matter on Friday due to being very very (K-related) ill.

Is it me or are they just taking the piss?
When you think about it, the tune is really really simple - Im sure the Stantons had plenty of crispy sounding drums at their disposal when the idea came around.

I personally think its absolutely awesome - one of the most exciting new breaks tunes iv heard in a while, be it a bootie or not I really really dig it.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by foxington » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:35 pm

hmm...

you can tell it was made in a hotel room tbh

not really digging it. nothing like as good as some of their other, original stuff - they've made most of my favourite breakbeat records of all time.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by hubie » Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:40 am

That Girl DJ wrote:
VJ Air wrote:add another name to the list of agreement.

tune itself isnt actualy that bad, but the samples real;y f*ck it up.
^^ this

Went down well at Boomslang on Saturday though. Is clearly a decent festie/party tune. Doubt I'll ever play it again but can see the appeal I suppose.
yeah if I'm being honest, I love the drop and the bassline. But as VJ says, the samples are terrible. I am trying to make an edit sans samples, but I am not v good :(
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by Silvah » Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:24 am

DerMerwe wrote:One of those tunes that sounds good the first time you hear it. After that you hear it for what it is.

It's just a bit boring IMO. Not absolutely dreadful, not ridiculously cheesy, just boring.
^^ this. Not bad once or twice but it's definitely not a keeper imho
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by _fries » Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:26 am

context mofos - the festival was goog vibrations, just a big fucking mainstream party and this tune no doubt destroyed and worked a treat. really who cares about longevity etc its only you lot dropping the tune now, i am pretty sure stantons don't play it out much as it was just for that festival.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by E1 BASS » Wed Oct 07, 2009 1:59 pm

Read the comments before posting mofo
free_ wrote:context mofos - the festival was goog vibrations, just a big fucking mainstream party and this tune no doubt destroyed and worked a treat. really who cares about longevity etc its only you lot dropping the tune now, i am pretty sure stantons don't play it out much as it was just for that festival.
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by _fries » Wed Oct 07, 2009 2:04 pm

:shock: just though your point was lost needed re-iteration, we are amongst forgetful drug fucked monkeys afterall
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Re: That Stanton Warriors Good Vibrations mash about

Post by E1 BASS » Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:55 pm

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