Oct 12, 2013

BASS野郎外伝 爆音ケンカ道

From Bad News Records

Yet another Bass Yarou release from Bad New Records. On the cover we have the same guy that is on THIS CD right here, but this is before he turned into a vampire. Makes sense, this is release BNCY-53 while the other one is BNCY-64. Also, does anybody know who this character is? Must be from a manga, but I don't now sh*t about that. So if you know, let me know please...

Back to the music. Good cd. Mainly Neurodisc tracks (we have Bass Hit, Bass Quake, Bass Cult, Bass Shock, Bass Erotica, etc...)...

But there's also a little Newtown (Vicious Base and Basswerk) and Joey Boy (Cyber Messiah)


Really worth the buy. Came with an extra sticker just like the other one.

I would like to inform you on who did the artwork but I really can't read anything in the booklet...

Oct 6, 2013

Bassman Vol. 04 - Miami Bass Raps

Old school raps


I have no idea what keeps possessing these people to keep releasing stuff like this... We get 10 tracks here which are all covers of rap classics like "White lines", "It's tricky" and "The roof is on fire" just to name a few. But listen to what they did with it. Do you think this is a good cover version??

And how do you like this Run-DMC cover?

OH! Wait wait wait! After taking a closer look at the inlay I get it! No only do they insult their buyers but they give away the secret; "... this cd is really a cool SHIT, a REAL SHIIIII-T.", get it? ^^

As usual Toshiaki Ishii (art direction), Kazuhiro Osakabe (design) and Motoi Abe (photography) did their best with the visual aspect...

So there you go. If you are curious about how every track sounds like, I welcome you to listen to the "Nonstop edit" I posted on YouTube. You can also click HERE.

Oct 1, 2013

Bass Masters - The Ultimate Woofer Test

Volume 1


Now we all know Majammy Records is not THE most spectacular bass label out there, but I have to say this cd surprised me. The bass definitely goes deep enough and we also get more than enough beats to go with it. Listen to this:

Yeah yeah! Arthur Nastasi did a great job producing and writing this! Trust me, just sit back and listen to the whole cd. You can do that by playing the YouTube playlist HERE,or you can play it on your whatchamacallit after going right HERE.

Oh yeah, I would almost forget the most important part: Cover art & graphics by Marc Pomeroy...