10/29/07

An "Ultimate" Drop....Enjoy..




Ultimate Breaks and Beats Vol.1 - 25
Various Artists


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Find Tracklisting and Cover Art Here..

34 comments:

Motion said...

I humbly bow down to you...You are definitely the man for these.
One! Motion

Anonymous said...

Even for the seasoned lurker that I am, I have to comment on this post. Jaw-droppingly awesome. Great work!

tony said...

i agree, fantastic post! thanks

Big Trust said...

breakbeats will always be the foundation of hip hop! Thanks for restoring the bottom!

Sure Shot Brothers said...

i am 34 ,this "Ultimate Break Beats"collection is an important part of my teenage and of the beginning of my work as an hip hop and r and b producer,it's great to see that it's now available for everybody !! the journey to the roots of hip hop is finally endless....
Sure Shot Brothers

NiceGuy Eddie said...

SSB
I'm from the same era and remeber grabbing 1-3 vol's every payweek when these were dropping.
I agree with you and I'm glad these younglings can understand the roots and foundation. Even if it's not OG vinyl or whatnot.
Enjoy all.

Trick Or Treat!
NGE

ofLogic said...

Great post. I downloaded all 25 vol in old dust 2 dust blog

rob said...

You can not believe the work it takes to catch up with you man,,props for this blog and many others from the past,,one

rob said...

huge props on this post i own these on vinyl, great to havem on mp3. every producer should have these joints just for the history, props again, rob1

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot

Anonymous said...

Thanks man this must of taken ages to upload so really appreciate the time and effort . This takes me way back, back in to time

AmBrOsE said...

great great post thanx for upping these must of taken ages!!!!!!!!

kali said...

YOU, DEFINITLY A REAL GOOD GUY ! THANKS!!

leroy said...

download it twice if you want doubles!

The Ghost of Jerry Reed said...

This is extraordinary! This shit was the bedrock of so much amazing rap back in the day. Was it De La Soul who got the shit sued out of them for using some obscure French sample that ended the sampling hey-day? I can't even imagine what "Fear of a Black Planet" would've sounded like without the shit Terminator X was using! Thanks again for your generosity!!!

Lafayette said...

Awesome...just awesome!
And, Eddie, hit me up for an invite...we've gone private!

/Lafayette
4brothersbeats@gmail.com

yoshime* said...

wow, amazing collection!

Slop said...

i really hate rapid share...
but this is definitely a good look.

digga said...

Thank you from Portugal. I do not normally download stuff, but to have this on my mp3 player is to be able to revive a part of my own history. thank you.

Anonymous said...

I bow my head in the dust for you, oh great master :-] You rock.





Keep The Faith

Anonymous said...

Is this still working?

corze said...

cheers 25 times, yeh own these on vinyl too, great post. do you have the rest when they turned into strictly breaks??

Darren said...

Yo you da man for this, excellent fuckin blog...........thanxxx

El Isabelino said...

Te pasate compadre, thanks from P.R.

ron art said...

great post. thaaank you!

Anonymous said...

Major Props! My brother would love to hear this while he's stationed in Bahrain.

Can someone zip all of the Volumes in to one?

DiskoTone said...

This is a dope blog site! Much love for all of your post! You're an awesome crate digger!!!!!!

Love, Peace, and Chicken Grease!

Anonymous said...

NGE,
You, as always, have represented! Man, thanks so much for this pure fire. The education continues...
Electric Fingers

Lee said...

love it :)

none said...

you are the one!

Anonymous said...

unfortunately, there is a problem with VOLUME FIVE. Side Two refuses to unpack.

I have the original vinyl, but this saves me a bunch of ripping. thankyou for the time and effort it took to post them.

cheers..

MagicSoul said...

holy ghost

Chris said...

Holy snap! This is the shit right here. As a massive fan of hip-hops golden years, you cannot believe how long I've looked for collections such as these. Though I don't often download music - this ones too important. So interesting to hear stuff from the likes of Ultramagnetic, Run DMC, De La,Marley Marl etc.

Muchas gracias, for your time and effort!

Anonymous said...

I'm 37 now and started listenin' to hip hop/electro in '84...
I produce a little for fun..and these are essential..
You have know idea how many old school tracks I've been encouraged to listen to as I start to download these gems (:
Thank you so very much man..
Sein