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Get a move on  performed by Mr. Scruff  1999

Quality Tune! Mr Scruff is from the Ninja Tune label (Nuff said!)Find it and enjoy (Dance music, kind of!)The album has been out a while but if you haven't heard it it's well worth a listen

from Keep it unreal (Ninja Tune ZEN CD42)




  12 Apr 02 ·n-jeff: Top tune, Mr Scruff is rightly considered a god round where I live.
To keep the sample trainspotting alive, check out Lament#1 on Moondogs album from about 1970. Although 'Get a move on' is almost entirely lifted from it, it sounds quite different. A good example of using your sources well.

  25 Apr 02 ·secularus: I agree, great track, usually makes the crowd get down.
The Truth  performed by Roisin of Moloko & J-Live  1999

Jazz Hip-Hop fusion with the smooth voice of that bird from Moloko. You'll find it on the Handsome Boy Modeling School album from Prince Paul & Dan the Automator (Quality)

from Handsome Boy Modeling School




  11 Apr 02 ·delicado: Check out 'Coffee Cold' by Galt Macdermot if you haven't already. The sample is straight from that - it doesn't sound as if they did anything to it at all -which is fair enough, since it's brilliant as it is...
  11 Apr 02 ·macka: Thanks very much, will do!
F-Jam  performed by Adam F

Drum N Base for normal people!! If you've ever smoked a joint you'll enjoy this tune!!

from Colours (Positiva 724382172529)



Paradisiaque  performed by MC Solaar  199?

French Hip-Hop (don't let that put you off!)well worth a listen! Title track to this excelent album.

from Paradisiaque


So much trouble in the world  performed by Bob Marley  1979

Bob Marley at his very best, this song seems all the more relevant considering current actions world-wide. "You see men sailing on their ego trips, Blast off on their spaceships, Million miles from reality, No care for you, no care for me"

from Natural Mystic, available on CD (Tuff Gong)


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