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In the words of Brian Johnson, the legendary second singer for the ever-amazing ACDC…Back in black.
But these are only going to hit with a select crowd anyway, so no hard feelings if you don’t fall into that group. I’m loving these designs, as a big fan of the show, and Oliver did not disappoint.
Go take a look and then come back to yell at me for whatever I messed up this time. I’m getting really good at that.
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Glad to see you Back in Black.
@yakkoTDI wow. I was into a lot of rock and rap collabs back before Fred Durst was a known entity, but this Hard Corps totally flew under my radar. And with store brand Chuck D and Wish dot com Eazy E as the MCs, I’m not surprised about that at all. How about that jazz guitar breakdown for no reason?
Also, as a teen with subwoofers where the back seat should be I was a fan of both Techmaster PEB and DJ Magic Mike. Don’t think I ever knew they collaborated either.
Thanks for the blasts from the past!
@djslack I found out about The Hard Corps because they opened for Ice-T and Body Count. They are much better on stage.
I love the old DJ Magic Mike stuff but after the two dud albums in '93 I stopped listening to him. I only have the first collaboration he did with Techmaster PEB.
I have the first 5 Techmaster PEB albums and that includes a cassette copy of It Came From Outer Bass. I would love to hear it mastered properly with all the original samples.
As for late '80s early '90s bass music I have some really good stuff like Bass 305 and Dynamix II.