[Zombies] planet mu releases.

Jon Whitney turbid at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 13:12:20 PDT 2008


I think we should start a trend of labeling Jack Dangers as "The
Godfather of Dubstep"

Let's see if we can get Planet-Mu and Metropolis to include this on
their press releases and stickers.



On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 12:06 PM, bitesize <bitesize.beats at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> slapping the term "dubstep" on this album could be a good selling point
> except this music doesn't sound much different than the music MBM was doing
> before the word "dubstep" was introduced.
>
>   yeah, i know there's a bunch of people in the dubstep scene creaming
> themselves over this new MBM album. i guess it's just another genre that
> jack was doing way before it was invented, like big beat, drum + bass,
> trip-hop, breaks... but anything that gets jack a bit more of an audience is
> good in my book.   ;-)
>
>
>
> damn shame that they're dropping "solid waste", that's probably the most
> traditional MBM style track out of
> the whole batch.
>
>   yeah that's exactly what i thought - reminds me a lot of edge of no
> control, which was the very first MBM tune i ever heard, waaay back in the
> day!
>
>
>
>
>
> On 20/03/2008, Jon Whitney <turbid at gmail.com> wrote:
> > British industry types get really snobby at the mention of MBM.  Their
> > industry is so trends-oriented that labels who actually believe in
> > this stuff have to tread lightly.  It's a damn shame.  MBM isn't
> > abstract enough to be approved by The Wire types of rags and not cute
> > and edgy enough to be featured in the NME types of rags.
> >
> > So slapping the term "dubstep" on this album could be a good selling
> > point except this music doesn't sound much different than the music
> > MBM was doing before the word "dubstep" was introduced.
> >
> >
> >
> > On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 11:21 AM, Jon Drukman <jdrukman at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 2:55 AM, bitesize <bitesize.beats at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > >  >   different tracklisting for uk release of the album! looks like we
> lose out
> > >  > on solid waste / young cassius / 62 dub / colors of sound / both
> > >  > international + international reprise. but we do get "house of unique
> stink"
> > >  > (good title) and "(live) and direct (live)", plus we get the remix of
> > >  > hellfire on the album instead of the album version (which is on the
> 12") -
> > >  > strange...
> > >  >
> > >  >   i can only presume that the planet mu release is more dubstep
> focused,
> > >  > since planet mu is a respected label in the uk dubstep scene. seems
> like the
> > >  > tracks we're missing out on are the more upbeat tracks, and the
> > >  > interludes... think i'm just gonna have to buy the us version +
> download the
> > >  > extra uk tracks off bleep.
> > >
> > >  sounds like the way to go.  damn shame that they're dropping "solid
> > >  waste", that's probably the most traditional MBM style track out of
> > >  the whole batch.
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