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DJ Shnootz - Click to view profile DJ Shnootz - Destroyed
Added: 11/04/2013
Styles: Acid, Techno
Downloads: 39
Filesize: 137.68 mb
Duration: 60:09
Bitrate: 320 kbit/s

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DJ's Comments
Hey, everyone.

Please enjoy this mix of dark, dirty, and plodding acid techno. Although it’s not overly fast, this set has a real grit to it, though I simultaneously stipulate that it doesn’t really have an “evil” sound (unlike my recent “The Darkness Inside” mix, which was quite evil). The samples all come from the same episode of Dexter that I just used (indeed, in the “The Darkness Inside” set).


Until next time,

Hardfloor – Lost in the Silverbox – Moonshine
Schaffmeister – Closed – Humanoid
ABC of Acid – Little Boy Drummer – Tide
Mellow Trax – Outta Space (D.A.V.E. the Drummer Mix) – Substance [White]
Metacid – Acid Sphere – Braincrashed
Ben 9mm – Spiritual Revolution – Analog Replicant
Baby Doc & the Dentist – Mantra to the Buddha (Hardfloor Remix) – TeC [White]
Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss – Level Zero – SUF
DJ Misjah & DJ Groovehead – X-Pact – X-Trax
Nostrum – I Like Waking Up the House [Parish Fair vinyl edition] – Time Unlimited
Cogs, Beans, and the Machine – Yes, London! – SUF [White]
Nostrum – I Like Waking Up the House [Monastery EP vinyl edition] – Time Unlimited

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