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A new heavyweight 12" from Curtis Lynch

A new heavyweight 12

A new heavyweight 12" from Curtis Lynch

By Erik Magni on Thursday, November 3, 2011 - 1 comment

Curtis Lynch releases a new 12" featuring Franz Job and MasSicker.

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Curtis Lynch - Necessary MayhemUK producer Curtis Lynch has issued a new 12” with vocals from Franz Job and the less-known singjay MasSicker. Both tunes come with the respective dubs, with Curtis Lynch himself stepping behind the steel pans on Access Pans.

The riddim is classic Lynch – 80’s and early 90’s digital roots with hard drums and a deep bass line – and will appeal to fans of reggae, dubstep and probably also drum & bass.

Apart from being released as a 12” the four songs are also available as digital download at reggaesoundnetwork.com.

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Posted by MrQuick on 11.06.2011
Talk about recycling: the drum sounds exactly like one the Gussie-produced Aswad songs when Asawd recorded with Gussie and Steelie and Clevie.
Interesting.

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