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DJ Hype - Roll The Beats Album

DJ Hype - Roll The Beats Album

  • Performer: DJ Hype
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Roll The Beats
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Jungle
  • MP3 version size: 1695 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1841 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 474


Floating Kill (Dirty Mix)
Roll The Beats (Inject The Bass Mix)
Dub Plate Fever


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SUBBASE 38DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(12")Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 38UK1994
SUBBASE 38DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(12", Promo)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 38UK1994
SUBBASE 38DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(3xFile, WAV)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 38UK2014
SUBBASE038DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(12", RE, RM, Cle)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE038UK2017
SUBBASE038DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(12", RM, TP)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE038UK2017
SUBBASE 38DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(File, MP3, 320)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 38UKUnknown
SUBBASE 38DJ Hype Roll The Beats ‎(File, WAV)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 38UKUnknown


Roll The Beats - DJ Hype. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. OLDSCHOOL JUNGLE - The soundtrack of the metropolis Artists: Omni Trio, Danny Breaks, . Bukem, Aphrodite, Dj Trace, Elevation, Hyper On the Beats - Single. DJ Hype. Dance 2014. Roll the Beats Inject the Bass Mix. 5: free to DJ Hype Roll The Beats Roll The Beats - Inject The Bass Mix, Dub Plate Fever and more. 3 tracks 16:15. Drum & Bass. Album by DJ Hype. Dub Plate Fever. Promised Land by Dennis Brown 1979. Roll The Beats. Released: Apr jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Roll the Beats - Single, 2014. Dub Plate Fever, 05:17. Now playing


Listen to music from DJ Hype like Peace, Love and Unity, Roll The Beats - Inject The Bass Mix & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from DJ Hype. Essentially Hype is to drum and bass as Afrika Bambaata was to the development of hip-hop. He first became involved in music through the legendary Shut Up and Dance sound system, like many before him his interest growing from physically building the speakers that made up the rig to DJ'ing, spinning reggae, house and hip hop throughout the eighties. Kevin Ford born 1968 in London, better known as DJ Hype, is a British jungle and drum and bass producer and DJ. Hype first became involved in music as a teenager in 1982, assisting PJ and Smiley with their sound system Heatwave in East London, which evolved into Shut Up and Dance. Hype began producing in 1989, engineering and co-producing tracks including Exorcist and The Bee for Kickin', Strictly Underground and Suburban Base. UK garage producer Wookie remembers that Hype worked with. Mood Latino. 2020 сингл. Hype, Pac North. MY DAWG. Da South Is In Da House Volume Eight. DJ Souff, Beast Mode DJs. African Gangster. Various artists. The Vault 2004-2010 - Volume 1. James Hype House Set, Mixed Live By DJ Kiz Walsh. Become a member of the channel on Patreon and receive. James Hype is one of my favourite producers for his unique deep club house music. His style is so original and delivers such heavy hitting house music. Also, being Up. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Masters of Electronic Dance Music, DJ Electronica Trance, Electro House DJ. Electro, Dance and House Madness. Hype Music Presents Holidays Vol. George Byrne. Writer: DJ Hype, Composers: DJ Hype, Other contributors: Copyright Control. Mother F ker feat MC Fats. DJ Hype. Live Another Day. feat: Drumsound. Hype Music. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2020 dance. Peace, Love & Unity feat. MC Fats. Dubplate Killer Remix. DJ Hype, J Majik & Wickaman featuring Daddy Earl. No One



Malogamand Malogamand
Not sure on the clear vinyl choice, and the label design on this is rather lame.Banging tune tho.
Foginn Foginn
finally got my reissue, its clear not black. sept 2017
Andromajurus Andromajurus
Don't feed the scalpers - black vinyl re-issue of this coming in May 2017!
Marr Marr
The reissue won't be the same Rsd clear vinyl though !
Mmsa Mmsa
This is getting a repress on record store day this year believe it or not. clear vinyl sadly tho :(
JoJogar JoJogar
Ive been relistening to 'Roll The Beats' for a while now on old Jungle CDs and realised although I have about 10 copies of it, I never had it on plate!!! what a track this is, the breaks are so well layered, the filthy deep subs are stomach battering, and the track has loads of quality ragga vibes, great little eerie effects that punctuate throughout the track with MC Fats adding some great vocals to complete the package. 'Dub Plate Fever' is quite a laid back vibe that rolls nicely, again featuring great breaks that are chopped nicely without being to scatty and the bass is yet again deep and rumbling. I love the almost comedy "Jungle Jungle" vocal lick that is so typical of this period when the music didn't take itself too seriously. 'Floating Kill (Dirty Mix)' has a slightly different vibe choosing more R&B vocals samples along side the Ragga licks, its a little more uplifting, but blended with more skatty beats and a grimey sub that rumbles deep in the mix down of the track. The breaks also change up throughout the track which I love about it. A corking 3 tracker that is clearly a product of its time, but is still so playable and relevant.
Kadar Kadar
Memories on this one - 1994 bagleys film sudios - Desire - the place was heaving with rudeboys - Hype enters main stage with a two paper spliff hanging out of his mouth with GQ in tow - kicks off his set with Roll Da Beats.......the place went fucking BANANAS!!!
Legend 33 Legend 33
samples...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd20QxymJw87 seconds in :)
asAS asAS
yes mate) love his tape!
Ballardana Ballardana
Rooooolll The Beats http://www.discogs.com/Dj-Hype-Darren-Jay-AWOL-A-Way-Of-Life-Live-AWOL/release/3445030
Binar Binar
DJ Hype is a genious. In this very special EP, he released some instant jungle hits, such as Roll Da Beats, and specially Dub Plate Fever. What few may know is that, on Dub Plate Fever, DJ Hype borrowed the horns and vocals from the original Dub classic "Promised Land", produced in 1979 by Aswad and sang by the Jamaican artist Dennis Brown. I heard once DJ Marky opening an Old School repertory on his Terremoto Radio Session on 97 FM with "Dub Plate Fever", it was really amazing. Honors the old times where such kind of tunes (Roll Da Beats and Dup Plate Fever among them) could be heard at places like Toco Club, Sound Factory and Overnight.