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your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2021 4:01 pm
by Dee Doo
Hi there.

Back after several years without even coming on the forum... I’m still playing vinyls with the old labels we all love.

I wonder what would be the perfect breakbeat set... could you help me by telling which 12” track would be YOUR favorite.

( no dnb or happy hardcore breaks , we are on NSB don’t we... :D )

I specially enjoy the ones with ragga reggae voices ... :yesyes:

Re: your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:13 pm
by jimmy brayks
Too hard. It’s like picking my favourite child. Two immediately spring to mind which is Who’s the Badman - Dee Patten. And Deekline - I Don’t Smoke the version with Crimestoppers on, as both them tracks are 🔥🔥

Re: your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:50 am
by T.R.O.
Too hard indeed. But I have some favourites from the category "breaks tracks that were released on vinyl only" ;)




Re: your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 5:28 pm
by Dee Doo
jimmy brayks wrote:
Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:13 pm
Too hard. It’s like picking my favourite child. Two immediately spring to mind which is Who’s the Badman - Dee Patten. And Deekline - I Don’t Smoke the version with Crimestoppers on, as both them tracks are 🔥🔥
Very good taste Mr Jimmy Brayks, both are in my wishlist.

Re: your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 7:27 pm
by shaman



Re: your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:00 pm
by Dee Doo
Aciiiiiiid !TCR is ace, love it but a bit hard to play nowdays. I got the Wink one in a bootleg version on a White Label... can't remember which one

Re: your all time favorite breakbeat vinyl

Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 11:35 pm
by shaman
I don't really play them (don't even have the Thursday Club tune, which is much better than the re-release he put out on TCR), but they both stick out in the memory as cracking breaks tunes I heard before I really knew much about breakbeats. Josh Winks obviously crossed over into the mainstream, so was played everywhere (student union nights) and I originally heard acid on a mixtape done by a friend who usually played house.