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E-Rock - In The Mix Breakbeat mp3 download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 E-Rock Vs. Chris Drop Stereo Sound
Written-By, Producer – Christopher Donnan, Eric Censoprano
2 Joey Jupiter Beepers
Written-By, Producer – Joe Natoli
3 Dub State Roller
Written-By, Producer – Benet Dorling
4 8bit The D-Train
Written-By, Producer – Cihan Beceriklisoy
5 James Bernard Late Night Break
Written-By, Producer – James Bernard
6 Joey Jupiter Shane
Written-By, Producer – Joe Natoli
7 Beens Glacier
Written-By, Producer – Rick Beenders
8 8bit Special Latex Brand Quest
Written-By, Producer – Cihan Beceriklisoy
9 Influx Independence
Written-By, Producer – James Bernard
10 Gigable Vibe Floor Ride
Written-By, Producer – Christopher Donnan, Eric Censoprano, Patrick Messinetti
11 Nuns With Guns Organic
Written-By, Producer – George Rodriguez
12 E-Rock Vs. Chris Drop Chunk
Written-By, Producer – Christopher Donnan, Eric Censoprano

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dominion Entertainment, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – K-Tel International (USA), Inc.
  • Marketed By – Brooklyn Music Limited (BML)
  • Pressed By – Disque Americ


  • A&R [A&R Coordinator] – Joe Natoli
  • A&R [Additional A&R] – Eric Censoprano
  • DJ Mix – E Rock
  • Executive-Producer – Frank Babar
  • Illustration, Design – Kon T.
  • Mastered By – Joe Natoli, Patrick Messinetti

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String ): 022775635522
  • Barcode (Text): 0 22775-6355-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout: DADR 194L<0857>63552
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8134
E-Rock  - In The Mix Breakbeat mp3 download
Performer: E-Rock
Genre: Electronic
Title: In The Mix Breakbeat
Released: 1998
Style: Breakbeat
MP3 version ZIP size: 1416 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1394 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 537
Other Formats: XM AIFF MOD ADX AUD AC3 MP1

Pretty awesome mix! Has that aggressive acid breaks vibe without a ton of acid. Last of the breaks/breakbeat before things got too progressive. Loads of low bass for subwoofer junkies too. The only thing that bothers me is the breakdowns, all the records used sounded like they came budget bin at a thrift shop. Some serious Rice Crispy action with all the snaps, crackles and pops going on. Gotta say, hundreds of mixes i've listened too, this is the dirtiest mix i've ever heard so far, kinda like mixing in the desert during a sand storm. Not sure why you wouldn't buy new copies of the records you're gonna use when you're gonna mass produce a CD.