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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Fuckin' CHURCH!
    You know that shit
    CLUB OF JACKS - RELEASES >>TRAXSOURCE
    Club of Jacks are a London based House & Garage production / DJ duo with releases on a number of underground labels including Plastik People Recordings, Blockhead Recordings, Hi Energy!, Pocket Jacks Trax, Soul Revolution Records and their own Club of Jacks imprint.

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    So not all reggae, but giving you a bit of a Caribbean vibe, most are a bit older, could go on but here are a few that will move people.









    http://soundcloud.com/thom-b/
    2011-04-14-the-corners-of-my

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    and some more









    http://soundcloud.com/thom-b/
    2011-04-14-the-corners-of-my

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    And one to get them in the pool.

    http://soundcloud.com/thom-b/
    2011-04-14-the-corners-of-my

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    THIS...Pantie dropper

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    never got too deep into the genre but i have had a sweet spot for scientist and king tubby...


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    Quote Originally Posted by djproben View Post
    I thought the preferred method was to loudly backspin the outgoing record and shout out "REWIND SELEKTA" over the mic as you cue the next one
    You know its sad but this works just as well.

    Oh yea I forgot to say that you don't even have to mix songs either when mixing reggae to accomplish this all you need is a mic. Play one song and when you are ready to make your transition pick up your mic and shout random crap that aligns with the new incoming song then play it here is a example with non reggae songs

    The wanted glad you came playing. You want to transistion to Call me maybe.

    So you pick up the mic at the end of the second chorus filter down glad you came and shout out " hey you sexy here is my number call me now don't say no just say maybe" drop cued Call me maybe at here is my number call me maybe.

    For more flare trigger two gun shots one fog horn and two lasers backspin and say Reeeeeewwwiiindddd trigger a machine gun sample then play track from the beginning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dj Noriddim
    For more flare trigger two gun shots one fog horn and two lasers backspin and say Reeeeeewwwiiindddd trigger a machine gun sample then play track from the beginning.
    You make it sound so easy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    You make it sound so easy!

    Well thing is it easy because its all I hear on the radio and clubs in the Bahamas. Radio stations are just branching out and hiring new DJ's who can actually mix more that just reggae and hip hop. The clubs basically sell out to the masses which are just getting into other genres. So yea Dj's down here have it easy in fact most guys here have made it simply because of their mic gimmicks.

    We have a sad state of Djing over here.

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    Shame - 'cos the music is STRONG.

    Can any of you reggae heads help me? I'm trying to track down a riddim that I CANNOT find:

    Superstition Riddim (1999) Rag Town label

    Anyone know where I can lay my hands on this riddim????
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