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DJ Youngsta - Dubstep Allstars: Vol.02

Tracklist

1D1Higher State
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – D. Marsh
3:42
2Loefah & Skream28 Grams
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – O. Jones, P. Livingston
3:53
3SkreamUntitled
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – O. Jones
3:09
4Digital MystikzAncient Memories
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – M. Lawrence
3:23
5SkreamMonsoon (Loefah Remix)
Remix – LoefahWritten-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – O. Jones
3:15
6LoefahGoat Stare
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – P. Livingston
3:01
7D1I Believe
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – D. Marsh
3:51
8D1Crack Bong (Loefah Remix)
Remix – LoefahWritten-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – D. Marsh
2:41
9SkreamI
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – O. Jones
2:55
10LoefahMidnight
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – P. Livingston
3:08
11SkreamMidnight Request Line
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – O. Jones
3:41
12Digital MystikzNeverland
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – M. Lawrence
5:42
13LoefahRoot
Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – P. Livingston
4:42

Credits

  • DesignGiveUpArt
  • DJ MixDJ Youngsta
  • Liner NotesMartin Clark
  • Photography ByGeorgina Cook

Notes

Made in the United Kingdom.

Track 05 is incorrectly titled 'Request Line'.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5030094115422
  • Barcode (Printed): 5 030094 115422
  • Matrix / Runout: TEMPACD004 T31514

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tempa
  • Copyright (c) – Tempa

Info

Dubstep Allstars follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, mixed by DJ Hatcha. Both compilations are full of upfront and unreleased dubstep anthems, some of the tracks on still remain unreleased and exclusive. Upping the game, Youngsta draws a 100 - Untitled. Digital Mystikz - Ancient Memories. Dj Youngsta - Crackk Bong Loefah Remix. Skream - I. Loefah - Goat Stare. Youngsta is a dubstep DJ based in London, UK. He has a weekly radio show on each Monday 11pm-1am GMT. He known for his exceptional mixing skills and musical style which is a continuation of the original, deeper, darker sou1. He known for his exceptional mixing skills and musical style which is a continuation of the original, deeper, darker sou read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Ecuadorian Bass hit the nail on the head Vol 2 is in my opinion the best & captures the DUB in Dubstep, oh they wer the days - when it all sounded so fresh - Vol 9 is SICK & shows that things change but still stay true 2 the original format. Rispondi Avvertimi 2 Helpful. 16 gennaio 2010. I remember in 2005 when I used to go to Blackmarket records nearly every day and ask if there was any new Dubstep. pant Free 320 0 8 113 Promote Track. Dubstep Allstars: Mixed By DJ Youngsta. DJ Youngsta. Listen to DJ Youngsta - Dubstep Allstars: Vol. 02 by . Playback FM Ua for free. Follow . Playback FM Ua to never miss another show. Artist: DJ Youngsta, Song: Dubstep Allstars: Vol. 02, Duration: 47:08, File type: mp3. Truth-Chicks & Drugsrewwind mix by Dj Youngstarebuild by Dj YouSeekret Truth-Chicks & Drugs. download 3:41. Неизвестен DJ YOUNGSTA - DUBSTEP - Track 05. all songs . Other listen. your sound is done. Release group by Youngsta. Album Compilation DJ-mix. Dubstep Allstars Vol. 02 is a masterful mix by masters of the genre, using 100 exclusive, unreleased tracks. Artists include: Skream, Digital Mystikz, Loefah and D1. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Ancient Memories. 28 Grams. Youngsta - Dubstep Allstars: Vol. 02, Allstars - The life you, allstar cashville prince - tear it up f. yo gotti nappy vs el rakkas extended dubstep mix, DJ Youngsta & DJ Hatcha - Dubstep Allstars Vol. 04 и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку онлайн бесплатно. tear it up f. yo gotti nappy vs el rakkas extended dubstep mix - allstar cashville prince. 04 - DJ Youngsta & DJ Hatcha. The life you love - APM Allstars. 4 - Youngsta, Hatcha. Burning Dubstep Allstars vol. 5 - Richie Spice. track 3 - Dubstep

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DJ Youngsta - Dubstep Allstars: Vol.02

Performer: DJ Youngsta

Title: Dubstep Allstars: Vol.02

Country: UK

Release date: Aug 2005

Label: Tempa

Style: Dubstep

Catalog: Tempa. CD004, Tempa.cd004

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1051 mb

Size FLAC: 2014 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 469

Record source: CD, Compilation, Mixed

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Jusari
twenty-six copies for sale and most of those people trying to sell it for the highest price or more. just plain greedy.
Jusari
twenty-six copies for sale and most of those people trying to sell it for the highest price or more. just plain greedy.
Buge
Ecuadorian Bass hit the nail on the head!! Vol 2 is in my opinion the best & captures the DUB in Dubstep, oh they wer the days - when it all sounded so fresh - Vol 9 is SICK & shows that things change but still stay true 2 the original format.
Buge
Ecuadorian Bass hit the nail on the head!! Vol 2 is in my opinion the best & captures the DUB in Dubstep, oh they wer the days - when it all sounded so fresh - Vol 9 is SICK & shows that things change but still stay true 2 the original format.
Frey
I remember in 2005 when I used to go to Blackmarket records nearly every day and ask if there was any new Dubstep. Youngsta just worked Thursdays and Fridays (or something like that) and obviously it was his finger on the pulse, but I worked nearby and what better way to spend your breaks than going around Berwick St trying to track down new tunes.So I'd be there everyday and I'd walk in and go into the basement and have a look on the tiny wall space, which had been given to new Dubstep (as well Breakstep, Breaks and the odd piece of Grime) releases. And I'd ask for any new stuff and for months on end new stuff would trickle in. I'd get maybe 3 or 4 new singles a week, but then other weeks there'd be nothing new. Oh how things have changed.Anyway the point I'm making is that when this CD came out, nearly every track on this mix was exclusive and hadn't been released yet. You could hear them played out at FWD and DMZ, but if you wanted to own them you simply had to be patient, or bug the hell out of poor Youngsta every week at Blackmarket.Youngsta selects and mixes with the precision and skill of a perfectionist. No beat juggling or quick fire mixes like he has been known to pull off at FWD. This mix is a perfect reflection of the music on display. You have to remember this was a time when half step, bass lurchers weren't viewed as a bad thing. The 'dub' of the newly christened genre is more obvious here as the tunes ride the enormous glaciers of bass and the drums and riddims echo and reverberate within the cavernous expanses that were once haunted by Lee 'Scratch' Perry and King Tubby.Skream and D1's tunes are more overtly electronic with ebbing and flowing synths, arpeggios and frequencies that feel haunted by the spectres of Phuture's acid workouts: dark, growing and pulsing.It's hard to have a favourite Dubstep Allstars mix as they do their job properly, in that they showcase and offer the listener a unique take on a (now) multifaceted genre through the ears of an individual DJ. But the first three are the ones I listen to the most and this one in particular really does capture the otherworldly possibilities that were offered when the genre was still in its early stages (infancy of sorts).
Frey
I remember in 2005 when I used to go to Blackmarket records nearly every day and ask if there was any new Dubstep. Youngsta just worked Thursdays and Fridays (or something like that) and obviously it was his finger on the pulse, but I worked nearby and what better way to spend your breaks than going around Berwick St trying to track down new tunes.So I'd be there everyday and I'd walk in and go into the basement and have a look on the tiny wall space, which had been given to new Dubstep (as well Breakstep, Breaks and the odd piece of Grime) releases. And I'd ask for any new stuff and for months on end new stuff would trickle in. I'd get maybe 3 or 4 new singles a week, but then other weeks there'd be nothing new. Oh how things have changed.Anyway the point I'm making is that when this CD came out, nearly every track on this mix was exclusive and hadn't been released yet. You could hear them played out at FWD and DMZ, but if you wanted to own them you simply had to be patient, or bug the hell out of poor Youngsta every week at Blackmarket.Youngsta selects and mixes with the precision and skill of a perfectionist. No beat juggling or quick fire mixes like he has been known to pull off at FWD. This mix is a perfect reflection of the music on display. You have to remember this was a time when half step, bass lurchers weren't viewed as a bad thing. The 'dub' of the newly christened genre is more obvious here as the tunes ride the enormous glaciers of bass and the drums and riddims echo and reverberate within the cavernous expanses that were once haunted by Lee 'Scratch' Perry and King Tubby.Skream and D1's tunes are more overtly electronic with ebbing and flowing synths, arpeggios and frequencies that feel haunted by the spectres of Phuture's acid workouts: dark, growing and pulsing.It's hard to have a favourite Dubstep Allstars mix as they do their job properly, in that they showcase and offer the listener a unique take on a (now) multifaceted genre through the ears of an individual DJ. But the first three are the ones I listen to the most and this one in particular really does capture the otherworldly possibilities that were offered when the genre was still in its early stages (infancy of sorts).
Pettalo
Those halftime beats.... this is the one that really broke out!!
Pettalo
Those halftime beats.... this is the one that really broke out!!
Abywis
Very well put. Excellent r e v i e w
Abywis
Very well put. Excellent r e v i e w