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DJ Infinity & Back to Basics – People of Paradise

I got caught up watching a Robocop marathon Saturday, which made me start searching for a particular tune I remembered that sampled it… turned out to be this one. In my mind, there’s three basic “cheat codes” to winning classic hardcore/jungle: 1. Sample Predator 2. Sample Aliens or 3. Sample Robocop. This track uses the third cheat code, swiping a somewhat epic line from Robocop 2 and combining it with nasty amens and those classic Robert Owens vocals from Satoshi Tomie “tears” (anyone know exactly which techno/house track the synths are from?). Just super vibey and fun to spin, deep without being too dark, A++ / good communication / would rinse again (as the crusty sound of this rip proves!)


DJ Infinity and Back to Basics – People of Paradise

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  4. Does anyone know Citizen 2000 on the flip side. I need to ID the drum breakbeat?

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