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    Every now and then I get asked to put some bassline on, since I know nothing about this, I ask for any specific examples, but I'm never given any for some reason!


    Just wondering if anyone can recommend a few of these which usually go down well please.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullcontact68 View Post
    Every now and then I get asked to put some bassline on, since I know nothing about this, I ask for any specific examples, but I'm never given any for some reason!


    Just wondering if anyone can recommend a few of these which usually go down well please.

    Cheers.
    A few ideas on here. Or just buy the whole thing and select bits from it, that's what I do.

    https://www.ukdj.co.uk/music-musicia...music-cd-p4431

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    Cheers, but which are the ones which work the best? Only one i know is madcon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullcontact68 View Post
    Cheers, but which are the ones which work the best? Only one i know is madcon!
    1. You Wot! (Wideboys Bassline Remix) - DJ Q & Mc Bonez

    5. Day 'N' Nite (Agent X Remix) - Kid Cudi Vs. Crookers

    9. Love Shy (DJ Q Remix) - Platnum

    10. What's It Gonna Be - H'two'o Feat Platnum

    18. Moving Too Fast (Jamie Duggan Da Booda 2009 Remix) Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJWilson View Post
    1. You Wot! (Wideboys Bassline Remix) - DJ Q & Mc Bonez

    5. Day 'N' Nite (Agent X Remix) - Kid Cudi Vs. Crookers

    9. Love Shy (DJ Q Remix) - Platnum

    10. What's It Gonna Be - H'two'o Feat Platnum

    18. Moving Too Fast (Jamie Duggan Da Booda 2009 Remix) Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson
    Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullcontact68 View Post
    Many thanks.

    No worries. Let us know how you get on when someone asks next week
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    Interesting the variation in dance music tastes across the regions of the UK. Way up here we have 'monta' & 'mc'. Both are equally awful IMHO with the added rub that you can't actually buy the stuff. FYI it's like Wigan Pier hardcore but with added helium vocals & shouty lads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakatomi View Post
    Interesting the variation in dance music tastes across the regions of the UK. Way up here we have 'monta' & 'mc'. Both are equally awful IMHO with the added rub that you can't actually buy the stuff. FYI it's like Wigan Pier hardcore but with added helium vocals & shouty lads.
    It Wigan Pier hardcore still a thing/going in some form?

    I believe bassline is still quite 'popular' up t'North but dead as a dodo down South.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJWilson View Post
    It Wigan Pier hardcore still a thing/going in some form?

    I believe bassline is still quite 'popular' up t'North but dead as a dodo down South.
    Seems to be making a comeback but don't know why, past few weddings with bassline requests have been rubbish.
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