How Many BPMs Do You Like?

Best Gore Forums Chill Out Zone Music How Many BPMs Do You Like?

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  • #113974

    BoudoirDJ
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    Post Insane Music, That Is The Criteria.

  • #113975

    Death Pod
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    “Dis side, dat side.”

    That tickled my ribs.

  • #115076

    BoudoirDJ
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    Staying steady at 140beeps

  • #130079

    BoudoirDJ
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    The BPMs are staying at 140 for now. New release from Truth. It’s a G’d damn house-shaker!

  • #130321

    Danaconda
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    Very talented 140+ BPM performed by a human.

    • #130336

      illegalsmile55
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      It needs more cow bell.

      Unbelievable dude!

    • #130375

      MasterPlan
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      I need a stronger batch of weed!!
      Nice 🙂

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    Refuse2Renig
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  • #138091

    BoudoirDJ
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    Doin a swifty up, to 160 beeps. DJ Rashad RIP.

  • #139090

    Lord Wankdust
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    Apollo 440 take Gene Krupa’s syncopated style, utterly fly with it and slap a big fat drum sample from The Sweet’s glamtastic hit single “Blockbuster” on top of it. BPM..? Pass the popcorn…
    “Now back to Gene Krupa’s syncopated style….” Are ya listenin’ Travis?

    • #139235

      BoudoirDJ
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      I calculate that at about 126 Laird. The syncopation creates the double-time feel, so you can go wildstyle dance or steady bop.
      What was that KLF track you posted a while back, blew my brains, couldn’t find it on yer page, video featured trains?
      @lord-wankdust

  • #139343

    Lord Wankdust
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    @1purple8

    Your BPM accuracy is much appreciated.
    The KLF were a real centric force for me in the late 80s and into the 90s (and beyond…). From the Justified Ancients of MuMu through to their last K2 Plant Hire incarnation, everything they Kreated was genius touched with obsessive madness, all self-referencing, samples nudging discordian jokes and Situationist Internationale happenings. I bought, sought and got everything. Still have a massive collection.
    The track was “Madrugada Eterna” and it was the version from the “Kylie Said To Jason CDEP” from 1989. That version appeared no-where else and that wee EP was hard to find back then. There is a version of the track on the “Chill Out” album which is great but the “Kylie” CD version for me is just the fucking medicine (whatever the disease). The video is of the “last train” between Parton and Kirkowan in Dumfries & Galloway before they closed the line in 1965. I have spent my life tramping in the hills and moors in that video and fished every patch of water shown (lochs, rivers and estuaries). Bill Drummond of The KLF was brought up in Newton Stewart (in the video) where his father was the church minister. The nostalgic video clip and the wonderful KLF track makes for an utterly beautiful watch and listen. It was a fan-made clip video but very nicely ties together some details… one of the stretches of water seen from the train is the Penkiln Burn (the name of Drummond’s publishing company).

    There was also a nifty wee Club Mix 12″ of “Madrugada Eterna” which slid out from Jimmy Cauty’s mixing desk in 1989. The only problem with it? It’s too short…

    The name “Madrugada Eterna” suggests that time just before dawn which seems to last for ever

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by  Lord Wankdust.
    • #139507

      BoudoirDJ
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      Ahh, wonderful. Much appreciated. It’s one of those tunes that seems to play on quietly in the mind after listening. I’d never heard of The KLF before.
      Cheers LWD.

  • #141361

    BoudoirDJ
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    So back to 140

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