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Break / Mako And Andy Skopes - Natural Progression / In The Raw (D Bridge Remix) FLAC album


Performer: Break
Genre: Electronic
Title: Natural Progression / In The Raw (D Bridge Remix)
Released: 2009
Style: Drum n Bass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1821 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1936 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1320 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 524
Other Formats: MP1 AUD AA TTA AHX FLAC ASF

Natural Progression is a stunning track reminiscent of the 95-98 Good Looking Era, well worth getting for this. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Mako and Andy Skopes - In the Raw (D Bridge remix) 06:26. If you like Natural Progression, In The Raw, you may also like: Frozen Nerves by Lakeway. Manic drum & bass from Lakeway, with pinball percussion ricocheting off tiny, twinkling electronics.

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Mako and Andy Skopes In The Raw (D Bridge Remix). Mako & Andy Skopes aka Stephen Redmore & Andrew Lawrence (Bristol, South West, England, UK, London, England, UK) In The Raw (D Bridge Remix) (Drum & Bass). Mako & Andy Skopes The Mercenary (Original mix). Mako & Andy Skopes Seek The Truth.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Break Natural Progression
Written-By, Producer – C.Bierman*
B Mako And Andy Skopes In The Raw (D Bridge Remix)
Remix – D Bridge*Remix [Credited To], Producer [Additional Production] – D.White*Written-By, Producer – A.Lawrence*, S.Redmore*

Credits

  • Artwork By – Devolution Designs

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Distributed by S.T. Holdings Ltd.

Xor
Natural Progression is a stunning track reminiscent of the 95-98 Good Looking Era, well worth getting for this.

Agamaginn
Nice tracks on both sides. The Break track is really mellow with lovely rolling breaks, well crafted with nice quality atmospheres, worthy of any Bukem set. The flip is a much tougher track with the distinctive DBridge relick which a really deep with haunting synth lines, light Dub style vocals and some great little drum edits. To be honest this must be overlooked by many because they are both solid tracks that deserver some love and respect.