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James Zabiela - The Duck Series - Part 3 - Duckwater Drive - April 2002

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  • Title: James Zabiela - The Duck Series - Part 3 - Duckwater Drive - April 2002
  • Artist: James Zabiela
  • Album: The Duck Series - Part 3 - Duckwater Drive - April 2002
  • Year: 2002
  • Length: 67:41 minutes (92.97 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)
Tracklisting: 
Tracklisting:
01. Nu Breed - "Depth" (AKA)
02. Andy Page - "Dodgy Warehouse" (CDR)
03. Critical Phase - "The Phase Effect" (Uptown Reshape) (New Religion)
04. The Incredible Melting Man - "Red Skull EP" (2 Wars & A Revolution Records)
05. Jon H & Raskal - "Drop The Beat" (Kentucky Bros Remix) (RMR)
06. Sound Alliance - "The Hit" (Hexidecimal Remix) (CDR)
07. Terminalhead - "Breaking Rules" (Terminalhead Skank) (Kilowatt Recordings)
08. Red Star - "The Pretender" (Dub) (10 Kilo)
09. D-Pimp - "Open Your Mind" (Musicbynumbers)
10. Landa - "Music N' Control" (Shmuel Flash Remix) (Selfish)
11. Smoke - "Random As" (Savalas Underground Developments)
12. Leandro Gamez - "2 Sharks" (SuperBra)

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Part 3 of Zabiela's classic Duck Series. Live set recorded at the Ducktowers Afterhours Gathering in April, 2002.

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Electronic Beats

Nice 3hrs+ of electronic beats this is, very electronic, very breakbeat. Few fun flubbish wumpers too. totus tuus

Agree. And as soon as the

Agree. And as soon as the uploader can select a main genre, then subgenres, mixes like this could be correctly labeled in the first place. I'm not a fan of the first genre in alphabetical order being determinative on the freshly mixed page.