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    im tryin to get into Brutons, but there are so many, and ive heard the majority of them are crap.

    what are some good titles besides Drama Montage?

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  • #2
    'Relax' (Steve Gray/David Snell/Trevor Bastow) has a Gang Starr sample on it

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    • #3
      Although I've not heard it myself, 'Darkside' is supposed to quite nice in a drama kind of way... "similar to Hanged Man" I've heard it described as in the past.
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      • #4
        Who wants to release the Sound Stylistics LP then? C'mon! It'll only cost ya £1500 to Bruton for the rights, and some paperwork - you'll make that back, no problemo!
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        • #5
          JTQ have also done 'Retro Acid Jazz' and 'The Hustle' which are worth picking up if you're into their style... the Crockett/Glover team behind the Sound Stylistics 'Deep Funk' also have a library called 'Old School Classics' which is worth looking out for.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Dec. 10 2004,12:13)]Who wants to release the Sound Stylistics LP then? C'mon! It'll only cost ya £1500 to Bruton for the rights, and some paperwork - you'll make that back, no problemo!
            I think this would be a bargain business if any one os organised enough to pull it off. Better still make it a Best of Crockett/Glover/Crockett with tracks from Deep Funk, Old School Classics, Retro Acid Jazz and The Hustle

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            • #7
              I really like Bruton's "blow out" album. Some cool funky jazz tracks from 1980! And one track called "Supersamba" that works very well on the dancefloor:-)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (DJ Sheep @ Dec. 10 2004,03:59)]'Relax' (Steve Gray/David Snell/Trevor Bastow) has a Gang Starr sample on it
                Which track was sampled? I was under the impression that Relax was one of those Brutons that only I could possibly like!

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                • #9
                  there's a half-decent Hawkshaw early Bruton called 'terrestrial journey' with some tasty space-funk-disco bits. from about '78.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (theeman @ Dec. 10 2004,16:57)]there's a half-decent Hawkshaw early Bruton called 'terrestrial journey' with some tasty space-funk-disco bits. from about '78.
                    BRL1 + BRG7 have a fair whack of disco funkiness too
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                    • #11
                      Heavy Rock is pretty good. Has the track &quot;Funko&quot; plus a rip off of KISS &quot;I was Made for Loving you baby&quot;.
                      Speed fever has two worthy tracks, &quot;Indianopolis 2&quot; and &quot;Making the Action&quot;.
                      Light My Fire is pretty good.

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                      David
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                      • #12
                        yea ive heard darkside and its very hot.

                        Ive heard Light my Fire has some good tracks too

                        Anyone know Driving Force?

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                        • #13
                          The thing with Brutons is it&#39;s more good tracks scattered here and there rather than good LPs. I have mostly the drama ones, but there are some good disco tracks on some of the others. I like a couple on Light my Fire (Bennett&#39;s Disco Fever, if my memory is right. I have got quite a mass of Brutons but they aren&#39;t really organised.
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                          • #14
                            I sold about 300 of them to an American in the Summer. Like BionicBoy intimates, most of them are one-trackers (if any). Took up way too much space so they had to go.
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