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Ellis Dee - The Ellis Dee Project Part 2 album download

Ellis Dee - The Ellis Dee Project Part 2 album download Performer: Ellis Dee
Album: The Ellis Dee Project Part 2
Country: UK
Released: 1992
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore
Size MP3: 1702 mb.
Size FLAC: 1633 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 945
Other Formats: MP4 AIFF AHX MIDI WAV MPC MP1



Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Ellis Dee. Dance Factor. Amen, Brother by The Winstons (1969). Right Before My Eyes by Patti Day (1988).

I loved, nay worshipped Ellis Dee as a DJ but was never a massive fan of his own releases. This however for me encompasses what he brought to the turntables, . loose and rolling breakbeat badness. It is utterly amazing! Reply Notify me Helpful.

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Ellis Dee – Dance Factor (Rennie P Remix). Ellis Dee – Kings Of The Jungle vol. 1. 59:16. Ellis Dee – Desire Original Classic Jungle. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – 1. Me And My Imagination (Sophie s Disco L. :12.

Ellis Dee(x3) Take a Trip Wit Me HEY! (x2). Verse 1;} Ooo, I love them squares~ Tripping in my underwear Seeing colors I don't care- Rolling roses In the lair On a roll I'm on a tear Moving fast Going nowhere Upside down Side ways I'm rare Colors, Patterns What I wear~ I'm on my way Writing what'll get me laid I put.

Ellis Dee - The Ellis Dee Project Part 2. Ellis Dee - Big Up Your Chest. Ellis Dee - Big Up Your Chest (Remix). Ellis Dee - Junglist Warrior. Ellis Dee - Renegade. Ellis Dee - Atmosphere. Ellis Dee - Dance Factor. What are you thinking about? Ellis dee: next events. balls, from 1 to 5, describe similarity between the two bands. Something new? Listen to Radiogenre.

Tracklist

A Dance Factor 4:33

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – JTS Studios
  • Recorded At – Kaos Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: LSD 003 - 2 ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LSD 003 Ellis Dee The Ellis Dee Project Part 2 ‎(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Ellis Dee Project LSD 003 UK 1992


I loved, nay worshipped Ellis Dee as a DJ but was never a massive fan of his own releases. This however for me encompasses what he brought to the turntables, i.e. loose and rolling breakbeat badness. It is utterly amazing!
Couldn't agree more with comments beneath. This gives me a cold chill when it kicks off - I'm transported back to a warehouse in 1992 in the blink of an eye. Seminal. Truly.
YES BROTHER!!!!!! Got a big excited there...but you know the ku
Agreed Stringz!!
The sound of a riot on wax. Imo this is the baddest, hardest and purest hardcore tune of all. Ellis dee managed to find a point here that was neither dark nor happy but encapsulated what was so radical and unique about the music being made in the UK at this time. Its an odd tune as you know it would sound awesome at a big rave and you know it would sound even better on u know what but there's something violent about it. The only other tune that has a similar sort of feel is the horn track. It also feels like a missed opportunity as it showed there could be a middle ground between happy hardcore and jungle, that was never followed. The DJs that owned this style Slipmatt, Ellis Dee, Sy eventually went one way or the other and that was that. Easygroove perhaps understood this purest idea of rave best of all but as a one man army he did not fit in with the language of either scene. Big shame and big loss!