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Video Games & Grime

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It was written eight years before ‘Pulse X’.

If you thought Youngstar’s ‘Pulse X’ was the first grime beat, think again: SBTV has uncovered the story behind an accidental ‘grime’ instrumental created for a Wolverine video game back in 1994.

 

 

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mad

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that's sick

they should track down the creator for an interview

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People underestimate the influence of 90s video games on grime 

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sound track bangs

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Pressed play and started creasing.

No idea why. CSB.

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2 hours ago, FA23 said:

 

 

sound track bangs

the influence is real. (the destroyer program one)

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Someone should vocal 

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8 minutes ago, Thizz said:

Someone should vocal 

sirpixalot put a J-Wing vox on it already.

 

 

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there was that Last Boss tune on JME's first mixtape, produced by Balistiq (who I think is on this forum), which sampled the last level of Sonic 2 (I think)

+ that DOK Chemical Plant EP that had a shit ton of remixes all over the gaf

I remember there was some sick Sonic level remixes by some guy called Goku that Elijah + Skilliam used to play, but I could never find online

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Also a lot of old grime beats have been sampled from old games

 

I think i know one that literally nobody really knows and it's only because i banged the game back in the day

is from

sick sampling i cant deny.

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oh yeah Dot Rotten had a few didn't he? I remember that Shinobi one

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2 minutes ago, dub said:

oh yeah Dot Rotten had a few didn't he? I remember that Shinobi one

yeah izayoi was sampled for real talk

 

On Da Block is sampled from a old Megaman game..think x5?

 

 

 

yeah the beginning part

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:lol: I knew guys were making tunes that sounded like video games but didn't know they were sampling them most the time

most of Shredda's beats sounded like video game music but I could never place where they came from 

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Just now, dub said:

:lol: I knew guys were making tunes that sounded like video games but didn't know they were sampling them most the time

most of Shredda's beats sounded like video game music but I could never place where they came from 

tbh. shredda used to compose a lot of them things himself

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15 minutes ago, Bruno Di Gradi said:

tbh. shredda used to compose a lot of them things himself

thought so. guy could have had a nice career making video game soundtracks

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1:17 

not exact but it was sampled from memory

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theres another dj q one he did bout 10 years ago aswell

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obviously theres this

 

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Is there instro out there?

 

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