DJ Ink & Perpetuum - Hard Soul Part 1 FLAC album
From the Hard Soul Part 1: DJ Ink & Perpetuum album Flipping the script again with a nice house number.
From the Hard Soul Part 1: DJ Ink & Perpetuum album A house number showing there flexibility producing diffrent genres of music.
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DJ Ink & Perpetuum - Hard Soul Part 1 (CD, Album).
Ink & Perpetuum - Hard Soul. CD. Label: Colours Audio. Format: CD. Released: 31st August 2009. Genre: Drum & Bass.
custom view: Bass music. DJ Ink, Perpetuum - Hard Soul Part 1 CD. Blues For The Red Sun, Nightshade, Spinning Wheel, Mimic Box, Left Angles (Feat Ron Gary), Splash In Africa, The Secret, Big Star Reprise, Enterlude, Brandywine, Lambert's Point (Feat Ron Gary), Rotation, Hollowhead, Seawalk : Colours Audio Colcd001.
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The year is 1990 and a young Dj Ink has solidified his love for the culture known as hip hop- as the years move on so does UK street music, there are new genres forming and Ink begins to hear what is familiar to him, but there is a new twist-It is the UK passing by the USA, with a huge dose. First begins the Pirate radio circuit. Working hard at his craft and allowing the followers to get familiar with the roll, steadily bookings began to build up and soon it would be time for Ink to become associated with three names that changed the landscape of British electronic music-Basement Records, and slightly later Metalheadz and Renegade Hardware.
The duo's first album, Rock the House, which was first released on Word Up in 1986 debuted on Jive in March of 1987. The album sold about 300,000 units. That same year, the band found themselves on their first major tour with Run DMC, Public Enemy, and others. 1988–1989: He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper. The song was played in an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air ("Someday Your Prince Will Be In Effect (Part 1)"), and referenced in two other episodes of the same series ("The Fresh Prince Project" and "Not With My Pig, You Don't"). Another single, "Nightmare on My Street", showcased a fictional confrontation with movie villain Freddy Krueger. Coinciding with the release of the fourth Nightmare on Elm Street film (1988’s The Dream Master); New Line Cinema was not pleased.
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|1||Blues For The Red Sun|
Featuring – Ron Gary
|6||Splash In Africa|
|8||Big Star Reprise|
Featuring – Ron Gary