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Boy In Da Corner and some Westwood tapes.

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long for posting the same twice but bear with me.

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When I was 10, it would have been the Fugees probably. First rap group I got REALLY into.

That, along with like Pulp and Blur and stuff.

And probably the Smurfs or some stupid sh*t like that too. I was 10, gimme a break.

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mc lyte, ll cool j, ice t, ice cube, nwa, general levy, apache indian, early ramsey and fen us garage mix tapes, jay z, foxy brown, blackstreet

when battery dies was a par

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One Nation

DJ Jumping Jack Frost >>>>>>>>

Kenny Ken >>>>>

DET & IC3 >>>>

Haven't listened to DNB since I was 14 but those tape packs + Pure Garage & Pure Silk CD's were the soundtrack 2 my youth. U could never walk round with a personal CD player cause the anti shock sh*t never worked properly so I was using a walkman even when personal CD players came out. And lmfao @ you if you jumped on the Minidisk hype.

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Pulp, Blur, Oasis and Smurfs Go Pop.

Boom blast.

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jungle and garage tapes, supplemented wiv hip hop and dancehall. wot u man know bout rubbing dead batteries in ur hands for an extra few minutes of that tune.

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pure silk swear i had loads of their cd's always mixed by dj S, was not impressed when i see hi live at cream of da crop but them times i was 17 u lot r making me feel old

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pure silk swear i had loads of their cd's always mixed by dj S, was not impressed when i see hi live at cream of da crop but them times i was 17 u lot r making me feel old

Pure silk CD mixed by Karl "Tuff Enuff" Brown was the big 1..

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Can remember the days I had a portable CD player wedged in my school trouser pocket and a tape one in my bag.

Was a mix of dance, heavy metal, hip hop & garage.

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Karl Brown use to live in my bits always see him whippin the big boy surubu

always see dj bigga in my local and i see psg in there once

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Karl Brown use to live in my bits always see him whippin the big boy surubu

always see dj bigga in my local and i see psg in there once

u know hes very religious now

whenever i use to buy vinyl from him he use 2 give me a bible / a church handout lmfao i shouldnt laugh cause he's a good human and trying 2 spread the word

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I was sortin my tapes today funny that you made this thread.

Whatever you can see here plus more GN tape packs, SSSundays that we used to get on bloody Wednesday cos people used to tape them and send them up. I was strictly Jungle, Garage, Bashment and old Hip Hop back then.

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I've got a stack of tape packs as high as me and you know what the best thing was i NEVER HAVE AND NEVER WILL lend out my tapes. So there's only like 4 missin from them all through my own dumbness.

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