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Dj Luck And Mc Neat Present... - DJ Luck & MC Neat

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Genre: Dance & Electronic - House & Garage / Artist: DJ Luck & MC Neat / Audio CD released 2000-05-29 at Universal Music TV

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      08.08.2001 01:57
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      I am a fan of DJ Luck and MC Neat’s tracks especially ‘Piano Loco’ so I couldn’t wait to listen to this double album. However as soon as ‘Boom Selection’ by Genius Cru came on I was sick to death of MC Neat. Maybe I’m naïve but I didn’t expect him to yap over every song (no I haven’t heard the first album). Images of slitting MC Neat’s throat and shoving his head down the toilet passed through my head more than once. SHUT UP! SHUT UP! I HATE YOU MC NEAT! Ahem, sorry don’t know what came over me. He totally massacred Wookie’s excellent ‘Back up’ instrumental with his relentless yapping. I think Neat doesn’t have to prove that he contributed to this album by MC-ing over all the songs. He annoys me as much as people talking at the cinema does. You know what its like when something really irritates you and you end up concentrating solely on that. Anyway rant over, I’ll try and concentrate on the album now. Highlights of the first CD are ‘Piano Loco’, ‘Keep it Together’ by The Wideboys, ‘Party’ by Bad 2 Da Bone, and ‘Night Time’ by Tosh & McLean. ‘Liferide 2001’ is a pretty good track. To MC Neat’s credit he didn’t sound out of place here. There’s a remix to ‘Straight Up’ by Chante Moore which is quite good (although it would be better minus Neat). ‘One by One’ by Tj Cases featuring Kat Blu is a fantastic track too. One which will get stuck in your head. CD 2 starts off with a brilliant remix to Shaggy’s ‘It Wasn’t Me’. This CD is definitely my favourite with Wookie’s ‘Back Up’ instrumental, Architechs ‘Show me the Money’ and other great tracks. I like ‘Whoomp!… There it is’ by BM Dubs too. Overall this album is a good collection of commercia
      l garage. However if you (like me) are not a huge fan of MCs then perhaps it’s not for you. It’s strange because I like ‘Booo!’ by Sticky and all of DJ Luck and MC Neat’s collaborations but this album for me is a dud. All because of a certain MC Neat.

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        07.05.2001 04:12

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        This is a brilliant album which will brighten up your day and get you in the mood for clubbing anyday of the week. The album is full of excellent mixing by DJ Luck and some of the best MC'ing from the mouth of MC Neat. CD1 is full of great tracks mainly commercialised which vary from fast garage to some really bassey tunes, where as cd2 is a bit more underground. This album may not be as top class as the first one but all in all this is a top album that should be in every uk garage lovers album collection. This album kicks arse in every possible way imaginable, big it up to Luck and Neat. Keep more fo this coming lads! superb album for the summer to come.

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        06.03.2001 03:46
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        What an album! This is a very well balanced album that will guarantee to get you singing and dancing. If you like garage or want to experience the sound of the 20th century then buy this album. DJ Luck mixes it very well and, the choice of tunes is very appropriate. He has introduced some new tracks whilst playing some old classics. There are several good mixes in the first cd, which make you want to get on your feet and jump around. His technique is progressive what I mean by this is that he dyes one track down then, whilst that’s fading out, he will introduce the next track progressively. Then whilst the beats get faster, he increases the volume etc, to give a great mix creating a great atmosphere. An example of this is the mix, which goes into Neighbourhood by Zed Bias, very electrifying. This is all topped off by very impressive MC-ing by Michael Rose (MC NEAT). His rhymes are very catching and you'll find it hard not to repeat his lyrics whilst clubbing. He is a very well established mc now, and is winning several awards for best newcomer etc. The album as a whole is one that grows on you. You listen to it the first time, and you will wonder what all the fuss is about. Then next time you listen to it, you will start recognising some already released tracks. Then you will start to recognise the more unknown tracks. Then finally you will start to repeat some of the mc rhymes. And if you listen to it as much as me then you will now what track is coming next without prompt. This is such a perfect cd to play at parties. It’s so versatile that you could play it to get people into the party mood at the beginning, or you could round off the night with this classic. At most parties there is a gap in-between the songs, but with a compilation like this all the songs are mixed together, just to add that bit of class. This way, you don’t get bits where everyone stops dancing for a couple of seconds. Overall I love this album
        , I have owned it for a very long time now, but I still play it frequently. Happy listening.

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        09.06.2000 21:46
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        I found this to be a great double mix CD for anyone trying to get an introduction to Garage music. If you're like me and you can't afford the time or the money to browse and purchase endless stacks of vinyl 12" (i.e. if you're not a DJ) then this double CD, with 40 storming tracks is a good start and great for parties. It has a good selection of Garage from 'A Little Bit of Luck' to Truesteppers and even a bit of ragga influence for those who like nice sub-base. Very nice to listen to and up to date. MC Neat on the Mic doesn't overdo it and the mixing is as good as any.

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      Disc #1 Tracklisting
      1 Masterblaster 2000 (Dracles mix) - DJ Luck & MC Neat/JJ
      2 Call it fate (Full vocal mix) - Dan, Richie
      3 Messin' around (2 step mix) - Once Waz Nice
      4 Fill me in (Sunship remix) - David, Craig
      5 Sorry (I didn't know) (Dub mix) - Monster Boy & Denzie
      6 Buggin' (Original mix) - Truesteppers & Dane Bowers
      7 Neighbourhood (Zed Bias vocal mix) - Zed Bias
      8 KO (Original mix) - DJ Luck & Shy Cookie/MC Neat/Spee
      9 Thong song (Artful Dodger remix) - Sisqo
      10 Down on me (Original mix) - Wookie
      11 Huckleberry (Oracles mix) - Troublesome
      12 The way we freak (Vocal mix) - Kartik
      13 Something in your eyes (K Warren remix) - Ed Case
      14 Westside (2 da floor mix) - The Wideboys
      15 Crazy love (Original mix) - MJ Cole
      16 Ruff, tuff & ready (Vocal mix) - JJ Louis/Banton
      17 I love your smile (72 mix) - Skinflint/Beccie
      18 Gonna catch you (Nutty dred mix) - Barkin Brothers/Jonnie Fiori
      19 Wah, wah, yeah, yeah (Original mix) - DJ Luck, MC Neat
      20 Temple of love (Dem 2 mix) - 2 Da Floor
      21 Little Bit Of Luck - DJ Luck & MC Neat
      22 Dangerous - Same People
      23 Spirit Of The Sun - Fontana, Lenny
      24 Over Here - M-Dubs & Emperor Richie Dan
      25 Try Me Out - Sunship & Anita Kelsey
      26 Destiny - Dem 2
      27 I Refuse (What You Want) - Somore
      28 R U Sleeping - Indo
      29 Together - 24 Hour Experience
      30 Find The Path - New Horizons (2)
      31 Relax - Deetah
      32 Dreams - Smokin' Beats
      33 Magical Experience - Jimbo & L. Shanice
      34 Whatcha Gonna Do - Artful Dodger & Craig David
      35 Rhythm Takes Control - Alpha Omega & Kathy Battistessa
      36 It's The Way - Future Underground Nation
      37 Closer Than Close - Gaines, Rosie
      38 Madness On The Streets - Stamp Crew & FRI
      39 Dub Plate Style - Mac, Chris
      40 What Have You Done - One Tribe

      Disc #2 Tracklisting
      1 A little bit of luck (Original mix) - DJ Luck & MC Neat
      2 Dangerous (Original mix) - Same People
      3 Sprit of the Sun (S Gurley remix) - Lenny Fontana
      4 Over here (Original mix) - M Dubs & Emperor Richie Dan
      5 Try me out (Let me lick it remix) - Sunship
      6 Destiny (Original mix) - Dem 2
      7 I refuse (Industry standard club mix) - Somore
      8 R u sleeping (Original mix) - Indo
      9 Together (Original mix) - 24 Hour Experience
      10 Find the path (Sweet release mix) - New Horizons
      11 Relax (Bump an flex flava groove) - Deetah
      12 Dreams (original mix) -Smokin' Beats
      13 Magical experience (Original mix) - Jimbo & L. Shanice
      14 What you gonna do (Original mix) - Artful Dodger & Craig David
      15 Rhythm takes control (Original mix) - Alpha Omega & Kathy Battistessa
      16 It's the way (Original mix) - Future Underground Nation
      17 Closer than close (Even closer 2 step mix) - Rosie Gains
      18 Madness on the streets 2k (Year 2k mix) - The stamp & Fri
      19 Dub plate style (Original mix) - Chris Mac
      20 What have you done (Original mix) - One Tribe