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The Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami - Various - Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami (Cassette)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Return Of The Bass That Ate Miami at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(19).
  2. Maggotron (born James McCauley, and also known as DXJ, Maggozulu 2, Planet Detroit and Bass Master Kahn) is one of the pioneers of Miami bass music. He uses samples from many sources, and is influenced by Parliament, Funkadelic and Earth Wind and Fire among others. In , he worked together with his former engineer Bass Mekanik on the album Bass Alien – Tales from the Lo-Zone.
  3. The Bass That Ate Miami: A2 – Palmerforce Two: Street Wars (Dub Mix) Remix, Edited By – Mark "The Knife" Richman* A3 – The Sonarphonics: Attack On The Planet Of Bass: B1 – M.C.C. (Maggotron Crushing Crew)* Bass Rock The Planet: B2 – Maggozulu Too: Mix It Baby: B3 – The Third Degree: Say It Loud (I Like.
  4. Check out The Bass That Ate Miami by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  5. Quad is the debut studio album by American miami bass group 69 Boyz. It was released in through Rip-It Records. Recording sessions took place at the Bass Station in Orlando, Florida. Production was handled entirely by 95 South. It features guest .
  6. Oct 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Pandisc Music Corp. The Bass That Ate Miami · Maggotron Crushing Crew The Bass That Ate Miami ℗ Pandisc Music .
  7. Replete with historical significance, The Bass was founded in by the City of Miami Beach, the museum was established after the donation of a private collection by residents John and Johanna Bass and opened in what was formerly the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Center, a s Art Deco building designed by Russell Pancoast.
  8. Last time I was really into Miami Bass was 18 years ago and this sounds like the BEST of the music from that time. I only recognize a couple tracks but the pace of the album is absolutely tearing. As a 20th anniversary collection I would have expected the album to sound dated and poorly mastered/5(10).
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