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Various - Brit Hop And Amyl House album mp3

Various - Brit Hop And Amyl House album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Brit Hop And Amyl House
Country: Bulgaria
Released: 1996
Style: Breakbeat, Big Beat
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 807
Other formats: MP2 AIFF MP4 DMF ADX AU MP3

The scene - remember the first time you got slaughtered, all spinning rooms, pissing yourself laughing for hours. Remember your first blast of amyl in the back of a chemistry class or in youth club after school? Remember jumping up & down like a lunatic, losing 5 stone just from dancing? Ever found yourself in a sweatbox while pummelling hip hop beats, fat as fuck techno and anthemic rock & roll blare out of a crappy sound system. You're popping away, climbing onto the bar, piggy back races up & down the stage wobbling & shaking to the bass as you get stupid

When this album came out I allready was into chemicalbeats music (that's how we called this kind of acid based breakbeatmusic in Netherlands). I gatherd a fair bit of chemicalbeats records but most of the tunes on this album blew them all away and I felt ashamed that I didn't know most of them allready. The album was constantly in my recordbag and I played songs from it wherever I could and they still do the job well! Timeless!

beat house hop house. I had this on promo cassette back in 1995/6 and it was a constant companion . Warehouse days, breaks, spliffs, house parties, endless nights, and the rest. We were literally part of a musical revolution and we didn't even realise it. 1996 - 2000 was the best memories I'll ever have. Really appreciate you passing this. My copy was stolen at a house party. Adam Dawson1y ago. Epic thanks for sharing, its impossible to find on disc in nz. MANU3y ago. got this on CD, excellent mix and one of my all time favourites.

Listen to VA - Brit Hop And Amyl House (1996) by MusitecaElectronica for free. Follow MusitecaElectronica to never miss another show. VA - Brit Hop And Amyl House Sello: Concrete - HARD 10 LPCD, Deconstruction - 732 Formato: CD, Mixed País: UK Fecha: 22 Jan 1996 Género: Electronic, Hip Hop Estilo: Breakbeat, Big Beat.

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Hard Hop Heathen - Beat Bastik (Ceasefire Mix). 11. Model 500 - The Flow (Jedi Knights Remix). 12. Josh Wink - Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin' Acid Funk Mix). 13. Emmanuel Top - Lobotomie. 14. Renegade Soundwave - Renegade Soundwave (Leftfield Mix). 15. Bomb The Bass - Bug Powder Dust (The Chemical Brothers Mix). VA - Brit Hop And Amyl House. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. Downloads.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sam Sever And The Raiders Of The Lost Art What's That Sound? (Fucked Up Sound) 3:22
2 Fried Funk Food The Real Shit 2:07
3 Death In Vegas Dirt 4:15
4 Lionrock Don't Die Foolish 4:25
5 Depth Charge Shaolin Buddha Finger 5:13
6 Prodigy* Voodoo People (Chemical Brothers Mix)
Remix – Chemical Brothers*
5:10
7 Chemical Brothers* Leave Home 4:48
8 Fatboy Slim Santa Cruz 2:32
9 Monkey Mafia Blow The Whole Joint Up 5:14
10 Hard Hop Heathen Beat Bastik (Ceasefire Mix)
Remix – Ceasefire
3:55
11 Model 500 The Flow (Jedi Knights Remix)
Remix – Jedi Knights
4:02
12 Wink* Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin' Acid Funk Mix) 4:28
13 Emmanuel Top Lobotomie 8:57
14 Renegade Soundwave Renegade Soundwave (Leftfield Mix)
Remix – Leftfield
7:35
15 Bomb The Bass Bug Powder Dust (Chemical Brothers Mix)
Remix – Chemical Brothers*
6:35

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Deconstruction
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deconstruction Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Deconstruction Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – BMG

Credits

  • Compiled By, DJ Mix [Stuck Together] – Vanessa Rand
  • DJ Mix [Rumoured] – Tom Rowlands
  • Photography By – Amber Rowlands
  • Sleeve Notes – Robin Turner

Notes

Envelope card sleeve with foldout insert + coaster.

The DJ Mix by Tom Rowlands is not 100% clear, but info on the net and in interviews given by him justifies a credit.

Sleeve notes as written by Robin Turner :

"The late '80s. The country is caught up in the evil grip of Acid House. E's are good, E's are good, "pump up London", it's an age of love, you know the score. There's football hoolies & goate'ed beatniks & mad queens all dancing under the same roof to the same beat. One nation under a groove, labelled "dance music".

Back then, all it took was four four beat & a 303; a smiley face shirt & a sweat soaked warehouse; a bag of decent doves & a pair of white gloves. Cut to now, how things have changed. Spiralling and warping faster, dance music twists itself into all manner of weirdness, eventually becoming the mainstream.

The underground gets more far out with names & styles changing weekly. Breakbeat & hardcore becomes jungle, progressive house becomes "intelligent" techno. Everything starts to get theorised and dissected by dull intellectuals. Suddenly, even the hippies are accepted again.

You can fuck that right off for a start...

What about music for all the party people who don't want to go home and get stoned and listen to "abstract head music"? Music for people who don't think, they just dance?

We're talking nitrates on wax, music made up of big fuck off freakbeat breaks, dirty great riffs from mad old '70s synths that are bust up and sellotaped back together, records that sounds like grown men clanging on petrol tanks, all lo-fi poses with hi-fi noises...

Music that gets played in backrooms of clubs and basements of pubs, at all night sessions back at someone's house after the boozer has shut, in speeding cars shooting up the motorway towards some daft Mecca ballroom up North...

The scene - remember the first time you got slaughtered, all spinning rooms, pissing yourself laughing for hours. Remember your first blast of amyl in the back of a chemistry class or in youth club after school? Remember jumping up & down like a lunatic, losing 5 stone just from dancing? Ever found yourself in a sweatbox while pummelling hip hop beats, fat as fuck techno and anthemic rock & roll blare out of a crappy sound system. You're popping away, climbing onto the bar, piggy back races up & down the stage wobbling & shaking to the bass as you get stupid.

Maybe you just saw the boy or girl of your dreams. Maybe you just proposed to them. Maybe you just heard Craig Mack or "Chemical Beats" then you felt the holy shiver down your spine when someone dropped "Live Forever" or "La Tristesse Durera". Maybe you just heard the most exciting DJs in the country, stuck in a dive of a pub. You're listening to people, to chancers, who can't mix records together & no one gives a flying fuck. The DJs are doing amyl behind the decks, there's a couple having it away in the corner, someone's just got in a car to drive to Devon to go cow pushing for the weekend.

A NIGHT IN FRONT OF THE BIG SPEAKERS

This is music that began underground (literally) and has bust out big style - you've got "Leave Home" on the Top 40 show & that geezer with the daft white dreads has just done Top Of The Pops.

It's not about electronic easy listening music or ambient trip hop by numbers, it's not about chin stroking stoner music. This is dance music, music that makes you jump around until you can't jump no more... maybe it's a generation thing, but to me this about feeling good, getting high. It's a rush." -- Robin Turner

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 43213 39832 7
  • Label Code: LC 8280
  • Other: F: BM 650
  • Mastering SID Code: L502
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS S 743213-39832 01
  • Other (Mould Ring): 11

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74321 339 834 Various Brit Hop And Amyl House ‎(Cass, Mixed) Concrete, ARA Audio-Video 74321 339 834 Bulgaria 1996
HARD 10 LP Various Brit Hop & Amyl House ‎(2x12", Comp) Concrete HARD 10 LP UK 1996
none Various Brit Hop And Amyl House ‎(Cass, Mixed, Promo) Concrete none UK 1996


Reviews (4)
Dolid
A genuine classic Big Beat mix and highly recommended; it features so many great tracks. An equally good Big Beat style mix is The Chemical Brothers Live At The Social Vol 1 mix. Worth checking that out to.Whilst it has never been officially confirmed, this is of course a DJ mix by Tom Rowlands, one half of The Chemical Brothers. He mixed it for the record label (Concrete, an imprint of Deconstruction) that his girlfriend at the time, Vanessa Rand, was the label manager of ;-)

Quemal
What a cool mix CD this is. From 1995, and introduced people to the world of the love-it-or-hate-it genre, known as Big Beat, pioneered by the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim) and The Prodigy. This CD dosen't just contain what became later known as "Big Beat", but also some Trip-Hop (The first two tracks, and the last two tracks), Acid (Tracks 11 and 12) and even an early Trance record (Track 13), that also shows the eclectic nature of the Big Beat era. Unlike the later 1998-2001 Big Beat recordings, where a lot of the sample sources came from 60's Rock and Roll, Soul, Kitsch with 80's Rap, the earlier Big Beat had a very much a BritPop/Indie Rock meets Hip-Hop style, as heard in a lot of the Chemical Brothers and Prodigy's mid 90's work, and also on this CD contains the classic "Dust" Brothers remix of The Prodigy's "Voodoo People", and the Chemical's "Leave Home", Fatboy Slim's first single ("Santa Cruz"), and stuff by Lionrock, Death In Vegas, Wink, Monkey Mafia, Bomb The Bass, Leftfield and more. It is Mostly well mixed, except for a small hiccup during Track 11, where you can hear Wink being cue-d up, but other than that, it is a very good CD, and great for those who remember Big Beat.

Waiso
This was THE beginning of Big Beat.Allegedly mixed by Tom Chemical himself.The sleeve notes by Robin Turner sum it all up superbly:"The late '80s. The country is caught up in the evil grip of Acid House. E's are good, E's are good, "pump up London", it's an age of love, you know the score. There's football hoolies & goate'ed beatniks & mad queens all dancing under the same roof to the same beat. One nation under a groove, labelled "dance music".Back then, all it took was four four beat & a 303; a smiley face shirt & a sweat soaked warehouse; a bag of decent doves & a pair of white gloves. Cut to now, how things have changed. Spiralling and warping faster, dance music twists itself into all manner of weirdness, eventually becoming the mainstream.The underground gets more far out with names & styles changing weekly. Breakbeat & hardcore becomes jungle, progressive house becomes "intelligent" techno. Everything starts to get thoerosied and dissected by dull intellectuals. Suddenly, even the hippies are accepted again.You can fuck that right off for a start...What about music for all the party people who don't want to go home and get stoned and listen to "abstract head music"? Music for people who don't think, they just dance?We're talking nitrates on wax, music made up of big fuck off freakbeat breaks, dirty great riffs from mad old '70s synths that are bust up and sellotaped back together, records that sounds like grown men clanging on petrol tanks, all lo-fi poses with hi-fi noises...Music that gets played in backrooms of clubs and basements of pubs, at all night sessions back at someone's house after the boozer has shut, in speeding cars shooting up the motorway towards some daft Mecca ballroom up North...The scene - remember the first time you got slaughtered, all spinning rooms, pissing youself laughing for hours. Remember your first blast of amyl in the back of a chemistry class or in youth club after school? Remember jumping up & down like a lunatic, losing 5 stone just from dancing? Ever found yourself in a sweatbox while pummelling hip hop beats, fat as fuck techno and anthemic rock & roll blare out of a crappy sound system. You're popping away, climbing onto the bar, piggy back races up & down the stage wobbling & shaking to the bass as you get supid.Maybe you just saw the boy or girl of your dreams. Maybe you just proposed to them. Maybe you just heard Craig Mack or "Chemical Beats" then you felt the holy shiver down your spine when someone dropped "Live Forever" or "La Tristesse Durera". Maybe you just heard the most exciting DJs in the country, stuck in a dive of a pub. You're listening to people, to chancers, who can't mix records together & no one gives a flying fuck. The DJs are doing amyl behind the decks, there's a couple having it away in the corner, someone's just got in a car to drive to Devon to go cow pushing for the weekend.A NIGHT IN FRONT OF THE BIG SPEAKERSThis is music that began underground (literally) and has bust out big style - you've got "Leave Home" on the Top 40 show & that geezer with the daft white dreads has just done Top Of The Pops.It's not about electronic easy listening music or ambient trip hop by numbers, it's not about chin stroking stoner music. This is dance music, music that makes you jump around until you can't jump no more... maybe it's a generation thing, but to me this about feeling good, getting high. It's a rush.

FEISKO
One of the most amazing compilation you are ever likely to hear, totally groundbreaking and genre-busting

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