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Old 21st July 2004, 04:53 AM   #11
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Boston: Foreplay/Long Time, perhaps?

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Edit: Oh, and I agree, dump the thud-thud stuff if you want real low end. SPL and deep aren't necessarily the same thing.
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Old 21st July 2004, 07:47 AM   #12
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here are a few of my favorites:

outkast - speakerboxxx/the love below: their grammy winning double album, excellent music, great sonics, and TONS of bass.

beck - sea change: great low end on this one, but only shows up on a capable system (im referring to the DVDA release. although, there is an SACD as well, i have both, but i like the DVDA better)

missy elloitt - so addictive: also a DVDA, the bass extension is incredible, and VERY VERY tight and fast.

flaming lips - yoshima battles the pink robots: forget the cd, go for the DVDA again on this one. most all tracks have added bass tracks in them, and its well worth it.

massive attack - mezzanine or 100th window: classics that have great bass that is not only extended, but clean and robust.

blue man group: anything by these guys, whether it be their concert DVD, their DVDA, or their cds, have awesome bass. and its not sampled, so it has a great sound to it. the drums are unreal.

a perfect circle: either album by these guys, preferrably their new one, has great kick drums and some of the best "rock" bass ive heard.

those are some of my suggestions for bass that you can actually listen to, not just some boring bass track for testing. this is coming from a certified bass freak who will be receiving his dual velodyne hgs15's anyday now.
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Old 26th July 2004, 09:39 AM   #13
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Default Portishead

gday!
try to play Portishead group, Pearl album, 1 song "Insensible".
I hope your loudspeakers will stay alive.
let me know, what do you think about that music.

in fact, I'm not young man, therefore it is natural my favorite is Led Zeppelin. I can advise you "Dazed and confused" as well
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Old 30th July 2004, 10:33 PM   #14
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here are a few of my favorites:
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blue man group: anything by these guys, whether it be their concert DVD, their DVDA, or their cds, have awesome bass. and its not sampled, so it has a great sound to it. the drums are unreal.
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those are some of my suggestions for bass that you can actually listen to, not just some boring bass track for testing. this is coming from a certified bass freak who will be receiving his dual velodyne hgs15's anyday now.

DUAL Velodynes? ok im jealous :P And you must have won the lottery as well.

Agreed on Blue Man group. all I have are MP3s from my brother, but they took on a whole new tune after I hooked up my newly built sub. They dont rattle the windows or anything with volume, but you get some really deeeep notes in there

You can also go dig up the 1st Mortal Kombat soundtrack CD, it has some pretty good tracks.
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Old 30th July 2004, 10:55 PM   #15
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yeah, the dual velodynes are very nice. good solid punch. i was watching a movie, and the movie trailer for "the forgotten" was hitting 116dB from a single sub (i didnt have the second one yet).

i went to my favorite used cd store the other day and was looking through their used cds, and found crazytown's first cd (cant remember the name). its the one with "butterfly" on it. some of those tracks have some crazy bass on them. not that great of a cd, but for $2, it was alright. also, orgy "candyass" cd is pretty good. the song "blue monday" is great for bass. good tight stuff. also, stiches and gender work for me

i almost hate getting new subs, because all i listen to is bass music. everytying else gets neglected.
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Old 31st July 2004, 12:38 AM   #16
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lil jon - BME Click--7 mins of low end
lil jon - throw it up
T.I. - Look what I got
T.I. - I still luv you
lil wyte - oxy cotton
chingy - gettin it--2 fast 2 furious soundtrack
mob deep - hey luv
nappy roots - heads up
nappy roots - set it out
petey pablo - freek a leek
trick daddy - in da wind
ying yang - naggin
ying yang - hell raisers
ying yang - salt shaker
ying yang - georgia dome
youngbloodz - lean low
ciara - goodies--ft. petey pablo
jadakiss - time's up
lil scrappy - no problem
Trillville - Get Some Crunk In Yo System
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Old 31st July 2004, 03:08 AM   #17
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Seefeel's Starethrough/Spangle Eyes EP on Warp records and Endemic Void's Turn da Tide on Language records both have some extremely high amplitude bass grooves. Both will toss out badly adjusted tone arms... Its the first time I've seen the cartridge waggle around trying to follow the groove.
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Old 9th August 2004, 04:06 AM   #18
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Check out "Story of the Year - Page Avenue", they are a fairly new band from St. Louis, MO, track 3 has some seriously deep bass.
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Old 3rd September 2004, 07:18 AM   #19
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hello again!
try this one - part of "insensible" song. "Portishead"
http://www.artmaydan.org.ua/plan/insensible_ph.mp3
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Old 10th September 2004, 02:03 AM   #20
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Going South - country style, off the Goin' South single.

Great bass, good recording.
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