Various - Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami mp3 album
Title: Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami
Style: Bass Music
Date of release: 1991
Size MP3: 1860 mb
Size FLAC: 1776 mb
Format: APE MIDI DTS FLAC MP3 AHX WMA
The Bass That Ate Miami.
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Various - Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami Label:Pandisc Format:CD, Compilation Country:US Released:1991 Genre:Hip Hop Style:Bass Music. labelMaggotron labelCrushing labelCrew labelMiami labelBass labelElectro. Esse funk é felomenal kkkkkkk.
Definition: Miami Bass (bass, booty bass, car audio bass) is a form of Hip Hop dance with its core roots in Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force's 1982 seminal track "Planet Rock". The style is characterized by raps or instrumentals, a heavy syncopated bass, and features party, message, or explicit lyrical content. Important pioneers include Amos Larkin (the father of Miami Bass), 2 Live Crew, and Maggotron, to name a few. The genre also kick started the southern rap phenomenon. Miami Bass peaked in the late '80s and early '90s with acts such as . Move Somethin' - 2 Live Crew 46. Return of the Bass That Ate Miami - Maggotron 47. 122 BPM - Jive Rhythm Trax 48. Techno Bass - Dynamix II 49.
|A1||–Maggotron Crushing Crew||Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami||4:00|
|A2||–DXJ & The Miami Bass Mob||Taste The Bass And Sweat||4:17|
|A3||–Marc The 808 Bass Queen||900 Bass Number||4:36|
|A4||–Terrible T.||Terror In The Aisles||4:12|
|A5||–Knob Squad||Poetry Is Not A Pretty Little Business||3:49|
|B1||–Maggotron Crushing Crew||The Bass Gets Funky||4:29|
|B2||–Bassin' Clan||Dance, Dance, Dance||4:29|
|B3||–Maggozulu Too||Get A Little Stupid||4:02|
|B4||–DXJ & The Miami Bass Mob||They Want That Funky Bass||4:26|
|B5||–The Bass Girls||Bass Boy||4:43|
- Artwork By [Cover Art] – Pedro Bell
- Producer – DXJ
NotesRecorded at IHOB - International House of Bass, Miami
|PD-8814||Various||Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami (CD, Comp)||Pandisc||PD-8814||US||1991|
|PD-8814||Various||Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami (LP, Comp)||Pandisc||PD-8814||US||1991|
|PDC-8814||Various||Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami (Cass, Comp)||Pandisc||PDC-8814||US||1991|