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Top Buzz - Livin' In Darkness / Viola's Delight download mp3
Title:
Livin' In Darkness / Viola's Delight
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Style:
Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno
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MP3 album size:
1291 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ✪

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Basement Records (catalog number BRSS 013). This album was released in 1992 year. UK. Format of the release is.

Artist: Top Buzz, Song: Livin' In Darkness (Original Mix), Duration: 6:23, File type: mp3. №2636213245. Top Buzz Viola's Delight (Instrumental). The Prodigy Weather Experience (Top Buzz R. (play). The Prodigy Weather Experience (Top Buzz Remix).

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02. Viola's Delight (Vocal). 03. Viola's Delight (Instrumental). Общее время звучания: 16:38. Рекомендуем послушать также. Ed Rush & Optical Virus Vaults Virus Recordings.

Title: Top Buzz - Livin' In Darkness EP. Label: Basement Records.

Top Buzz download free and listen online. Top Buzz Living in Darkness (Rascal & Klone Remix). Top Buzz Viola's Delight (Vocal).

Top Buzz - Living In Darkness (Original Mix). Top Buzz are a British DJ, MC team, which performed at rave events in the 1990s. Top Buzz was originally formed in 1988 by MC Patrick McPhee ("Mad P") and. Top Buzz Living In Darkness 93 Remix. Label:Basement Records Catalog 019 Format:2 x Vinyl, 10" Country:UK Released:1993 Genre:Electronic Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Livin' In Darkness 5:52
AA1 Viola's Delight (Vocal)
Vocals – Mad P*
5:23
AA2 Viola's Delight (Inst.) 5:23

Companies, etc.

  • Mixed At – Sound Entity Studios

Credits

  • Producer – N. McLennan*, R. Wells*
  • Written-By – Top Buzz

Notes

Special DJ Copy

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021497 401229

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRSS 013 Top Buzz Livin' In Darkness / Viola's Delight ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Basement Records BRSS 013 UK 1992
none Top Buzz Livin In Darkness / Viola's Delight ‎(Acetate, 12") Basement Records none UK 1992


Reviews:
  • Ventelone
viola's delight is a nice piece of detroit inspired jungle techno.
  • Chillhunter
whatever you have to say about livin in darkness it tore up the dance floor,full stop. happy days
  • Beazerdred
Sorry folks but Living in darkness is not a firm favorite of mine. Great tune for it's time, but I think its a little too minimal and repetitive. Top Buzz were awesome as DJ's though! It was pretty innovative for its time, though.
  • Vudojar
Info from Jack Smooth on B2VOS:"The original of Livin in Darkeness had been made elsewhere. We completely rebuilt Viola's Delight from the ground up but I liked the other side (LiD) a lot so I offered to to try and repair it without us having to reconstruct all of the parts. I managed to get it to sound pretty good so we agreed to release it knowing that it was likely we would completely rebuid it in a future remix (which of course we did)."
  • Akirg
One of the most iconic basslines in Hardcore, how anyone can describe it as overrated is beyond me. Its a monster, so atmospheric and beautifully produced. The little touches with the bongos are so, so funky. It's got a tribal vibe to it, an anthem in the best kind of way. Its an absolute classic in my opinion, you could play this in an upfront set and it would destroy the dancefloor! Respect to the Top Buzz boys and of course the mighty Jack Smooth for a timeless masterpiece. Sally bed hopper!
  • crazy mashine
It could be argued that this record was a blueprint for the Drum n Bass sound that emerged from the UK Rave scene. What a lot of people don't realise is the original track played by Top Buzz was made in 1991 when it was thier exclusive. The track was sought after by most DJs and only Groove and Fabio had a plate. As the track grew into an anthem it needed a fresh update and as Jason and Pat were promoting Basement Records other releases, I suggested the guys work with Jack Smooth at Basement Records, it was a marriage made in heaven and the rest as they say is history.It was a massive influence on the future of the Rave scene and without doubt one of the most memorable Rave Tunes ever made. A special record for a special time.
  • Domarivip
In my opinion, 'Living in Darkness' was/is massively over-rated. It is one of the weakest Basement releases apart from the first three, up to when the style began to change more to D&B. The main synth stab is pretty weak, and the drum programming is basic - the track is fairly formulaic. Kev Bird, Wax Doctor, DJ Mayhem, etc were producing far superior work on Basement at this time. That said, it is kinda catchy, and middle of the road usually appeals to the masses more so than the more cutting edge sounds. I can't help feeling that if the name 'Top Buzz' was not attributed to this track, it wouldn't have attracted half as much attention.
  • Waiso
Classic hardcore track, arguably the first that pointed in a direction other than speeded up vocals, and ripped off piano tracks. Simple stabs, simple bassline - simply devastating.