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Thread: Anyone Remember "Energy Flash" by Joey Beltram?

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    This cut was bad!!!!!! Some serious subsonic bass and a bugged out but simple one note Acid bassline.

    Anyone, anyone?

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    Hell yeah, Groovy. Still love it and play it to this day!
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    I used to bug out over this cut. Especially towards the middle with that eerie ass string noise descending in tone. Heads would be bopping up and down at parties or a club. Sick rekkid!!!

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    Played it @ "Atmosphere Strut" and had the young bloods bum rushing the booth asking what it was. Can't think of the name of the track on the flipside buts its nice also.

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    You must be talking about "Psycho Bass" on the flipside.

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    Originally posted by JR JAM:
    Is this the one that had some dude saying ectasy,ectasy?
    YES SIRRRR!!!!

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    I heard a DJ play Robert Owens' "Bring down the Walls" along with "Energy Flash" back in the summer of 91.

    People were dropping to their knees that night!!!

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    hell yeah...

    oh but wait...it was a techno record and an early rave anthem, we're not allowed to admit to liking stuff like this...

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    Originally posted by christopher conrad:
    hell yeah...

    oh but wait...it was a techno record and an early rave anthem, we're not allowed to admit to liking stuff like this...
    [img]graemlins/rofl.gif[/img]

    I could care less, I was once a Techno Head and damn proud of it!!!!

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    Originally posted by GROOVE VICTIM:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by JR JAM:
    Is this the one that had some dude saying ectasy,ectasy?
    YES SIRRRR!!!!</font>[/QUOTE]Energy Flash

    YEAH BBBOOOYYYEEEE!!!!!! [img]graemlins/clap.gif[/img]

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    YO man, I'm at work, I can't "Head Bang" while i'm here!!!!!!! [img]graemlins/rofl.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/cheering.gif[/img] [img]hail.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by GROOVE VICTIM:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by christopher conrad:
    hell yeah...

    oh but wait...it was a techno record and an early rave anthem, we're not allowed to admit to liking stuff like this...
    [img]graemlins/rofl.gif[/img]

    I could care less, I was once a Techno Head and damn proud of it!!!!
    </font>[/QUOTE]same here...although to a lot of peopel, we're not supposed admit this...many people are shocked at some of the tapes i pull out from ten years ago...

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    haha, yup and I'm sure you got some Renegade Soundwave..Soundwave..Soundwave cuts included on them!!!!!

    Peace

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    what a sick track. so simple and to the point. i listen to mixes from around 8-10 years back.... and i like the diveristy in tracks that i heard. it was more about playing good tracks then just being techinally dope. a lot of nu jacks stick to one style nowadays. [img]mad1.gif[/img] boring. blah, blah, blah, [img]graemlins/sleep.gif[/img]

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    renegade soundwave...now you're talking...

    the beauty of that time period was the diversity and sheer rawness of everything...you get get away with playing anythign and nothing was labeled yet...pushing the enevelope was encouraged and applauded...

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    don't forget the gruesome twosome w/hallucination generation.... from pill party to pill party [img]smokin.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by GROOVE VICTIM:
    This cut was bad!!!!!! Some serious subsonic bass and a bugged out but simple one note Acid bassline.

    Anyone, anyone?
    A classic on R&S Red and green sleeve, from Gent, Belgium.

    Played everywhere 1990 in UK, big parties (with or without a license), also from dance clubs around the country, Hacienda, Shelley's, Hummingbird, Eclipse.

    [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by christopher conrad:
    renegade soundwave...now you're talking...

    the beauty of that time period was the diversity and sheer rawness of everything...you get get away with playing anythign and nothing was labeled yet...pushing the enevelope was encouraged and applauded...
    "Thunder" is one of the illest tracks they ever produced!!

    "Woman respond to bass" was ill!!

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    I can't stands it no more.

    Damn it man !!

    Groove what are you doin?

    Riots in Brixton, Energy Flash?

    Whats next Pacific 212, The Ha Dance? Queen Latifah's "How Do I Love Thee"? Or How about "Building the Bridge" off of Dee-Lite's first album?
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    Joey Beltram : "Ten Four".
    Do somebody know what I'm talking about.
    Released on a Tresor compilation in 95 or 96..?

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    Joey Beltram : Places.do.ep
    on Tresor

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    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/cl...902752-6276151
    if you wanna listen to "ten four". It's quite speed !

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    funny - i was listening to Energy Flash just last week - still a very nice cut.

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    Originally posted by Martin Red:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by GROOVE VICTIM:
    This cut was bad!!!!!! Some serious subsonic bass and a bugged out but simple one note Acid bassline.

    Anyone, anyone?
    A classic on R&S Red and green sleeve, from Gent, Belgium.

    Played everywhere 1990 in UK, big parties (with or without a license), also from dance clubs around the country, Hacienda, Shelley's, Hummingbird, Eclipse.

    [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
    </font>[/QUOTE]Good shout Groove Victim,

    A true northern anthem to this day.
    Sit tight and listen keenly, while I play for you another brand new musical biscuit

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