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The Scotchman - Asylum - The Remixes album mp3

The Scotchman - Asylum - The Remixes album mp3

Performer: The Scotchman
Title: Asylum - The Remixes
Released: 1997
Style: Hardcore, Gabber
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 597
Other formats: MMF RA MPC AHX AIFF DXD AU

Asylum - the Remixes (1997). Album by The Scotchman. Asylum (Digital Boy Remix). is a remix of. Asylum by The Scotchman (1994).

These remixes were done without his permission and are technically illegal. A1: This is possibly the only uptempo production by . E, he was known for his much slower Newstyle Hardcore tracks. The remix is a nice, beefed up version of the original with . E slightly reworking the main synth and adding some of MC Ren's lyrics to the remix. B1: The Original 1994 version (For Those Who Missed It). The track is written by Scott "The Highest Jump" Brown and Ricky "Droef Platten Koffer" Young. Apparently the nick names are personal jokes between the two. The track samples. The Scotchman is also a spelling mistake by Combined Forces, but Scott Brown liked it and kept it! There is also a very good but unreleased remix by Neophyte done in 1996. B2: This remix appears on Thunderdome 18.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Asylum (B.S.E Remix)
Remix – B.S.E.
4:27
B1 Asylum (Original) 3:25
B2 Asylum (Digital Boy Remix)
Remix – Digital Boy
6:00

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Combined Music
  • Distributed By – Mid-Town Distribution
  • Mastered At – Combined Forces Records B.V.

Credits

  • Producer, Written-By – Ricky Young , Scott Brown

Notes

Published by Combined Music
Distribution by Mid-Town
Marketed by Combined Forces

A-Side plays at 45 RPM
B-Side plays at 33 ⅓ RPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): DWARF 39·A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): DWARF 39·B1


Reviews (2)
Brightcaster
By 1997, Scott Brown had bought the rights to all his tunes which he produced for Combined Forces. These remixes were done without his permission and are technically illegal. A1: This is possibly the only uptempo production by B.S.E, he was known for his much slower Newstyle Hardcore tracks. The remix is a nice, beefed up version of the original with B.S.E slightly reworking the main synth and adding some of MC Ren's lyrics to the remix. B1: The Original 1994 version (For Those Who Missed It). The track is written by Scott "The Highest Jump" Brown and Ricky "Droef Platten Koffer" Young. Apparently the nick names are personal jokes between the two. The track samples the infamous N.W.A song, Just Don't Bite It, which was written by MC Ren. The original title for the track was Spread Your Legs, but due to a spelling mistake by Combined Forces, they called it Spreed Your Legs. The Scotchman is also a spelling mistake by Combined Forces, but Scott Brown liked it and kept it! There is also a very good but unreleased remix by Neophyte done in 1996. B2: This remix appears on Thunderdome 18. It's a strange remix but very well done and definitely has its fans. A bit slower from Digital Boy, probably due to the Newstyle Hardcore that was around at the time. The kick drum is a bit odd and some of the sounds are almost psychedelic. If I had of known about the issues regarding the record, I probably wouldn't have asked Scott Brown to sign my copy, he wasn't overly impressed!http://i.imgur.com/oHfzxeT.jpg

Doktilar
I've always liked the original version of Aslyum, but when I heard the Digital Boy remix back in 1997 it really blew my mind. What a great remix! What I like the most is the use of complex drum patterns and I suppose these are one of the weirdest drum patterns I ever heard in a track on a major Dutch hardcore label.

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