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Need to know that TUNE!!!..Terry Mullan @GDA

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Buddy Holly, Mar 26, 2002.

  1. Buddy Holly

    Buddy Holly TRIBE Member

    Ive been searching forever for a track I STILL LOVE and have heard since 1997 at parties. Sneak played it all the time, Jason Jinx played @Liquid Adrenalin "Countdown to Armageddon", and Terry Mullan PLayed it at "Get Down Again".
    This is the best I can describe it;
    It is the (I think) 3RD TRACK on "Terry Mullan-Get Down Again Pt.1"....just before he mixes in "psychobounty killas"
    Its really groovy, nice baseline and a killer disco break every 8 to 16 beats (approx.) I would REALLY like to get the name of this track or buy it off anyone with it. Please post if you have the name of the track!! Thanks:rolleyes:
  2. Stormshadow

    Stormshadow TRIBE Member

    I know the exact track you're talking about. Sneak used to play it all the time a few years ago, as did CZR. So I'm guessing it's a Chicago produced track. It might even be a CZR track.
    But...I have no idea what it's called. I've wondered myself.
  3. Suke

    Suke TRIBE Member

    The track before Psychic Bounty Killers is:

    "Keep On Jumpin'" - Todd Terry '95

    This is the instrumental on the tape.

    Live @ DOSE Get Down Again. Toronto, On. =======================> Suke.
  4. G-FrEsH

    G-FrEsH TRIBE Promoter


    I luV that Track....
    I totally Forgot i had that ...
    ** Turns on Turntable and Bobs head to beat **

  5. Buddy Holly

    Buddy Holly TRIBE Member

    Thanks....now all I have to do is find it!! Any suggestions????
  6. AshG

    AshG Member

    i've seen that track in a couple shops over the years, tho i've never seen the rhythm masters remix, which imo, is THE version to play.
    i think (and don't hold me to this) that i saw it in the basement of dr.disc in london. they have shitloads of old house there (im taking stuff from now-defunct labels too) that nobody buys.
    some of it is right shit, but some of it is amazing.

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