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Thread Contributor: esbI really miss Certificate 18

#1
Safe to say they where one of the best at doing proper full length releases.
Just listening to Ruisort right now as I work away at spreadsheets. Paul
Arnold did indeed have an ear for the cinematic.

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#2
same here

even the website and cert18 board still exist, i check it from time to time...
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#3
Feel i missed a lot of these releases.....got the Lexis, Teebee, Polar lp's, and various 12"s.....

What else (still available) is worth picking up ?

XAF.
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#4
Xaf Wrote:Feel i missed a lot of these releases.....got the Lexis, Teebee, Polar lp's, and various 12"s.....

What else (still available) is worth picking up ?

XAF.

Pick it all up.

The Hidden Rooms Series are a must too.
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#5
concept81 Wrote:
xaf Wrote:feel i missed a lot of these releases.....got the lexis, teebee, polar lp's, and various 12"s.....

what else (still available) is worth picking up ?

xaf.

pick it all up.

the hidden rooms series are a must too.

agreed Yes
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#6
I have everything Smiley
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#7
One of the best labels ever...
I really miss it too... Was only listing to Polar - Mind of a killer very last night..

Really really love that tune
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#8
RickyForce Wrote:One of the best labels ever...
I really miss it too... Was only listing to Polar - Mind of a killer very last night..

Really really love that tune

mind of a killer polar remix into dissident's taiga on sc vol.2


Homerdrool
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#9
Yes

hidden rooms and the widescreen versions Homerdrool

the relics remixes 12 and the other one with the autechre remix are essential
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#10
Lexis' Groove Therapy, with the Photek and Grand Unified remxies, is a huge personal fav, as is the Lexis 12 with the Autechre and Klute remixes.

Relics (Natural Mystic remix), the Authorised Riddim 12 also
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#11
ah those were the days....
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#12
esb Wrote:
RickyForce Wrote:One of the best labels ever...
I really miss it too... Was only listing to Polar - Mind of a killer very last night..

Really really love that tune

mind of a killer polar remix into dissident's taiga on sc vol.2


Homerdrool

I always thought that they were robbed samples.. I never gotta track list when I picked up the whites.. Oops
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#13
Great label sadly missed Icon_cry
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#14
now look what he's doing......

http://www.thefatclub.com/
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#15
Chris Inperspective Wrote:now look what he's doing......

http://www.thefatclub.com/

thats a joke right? i really hope thats just a funny joke.
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#16
Mind of a killer Cool

Klute first album is nae bad too.
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#17
tyler Wrote:
Chris Inperspective Wrote:now look what he's doing......

http://www.thefatclub.com/

thats a joke right? i really hope thats just a funny joke.

no joke!
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#18
So much good stuff on C18!

Never liked the silver sleeves mind..
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#19
chris inperspective Wrote:now look what he's doing......

http://www.thefatclub.com/

the early fat stuff was good...

polar releasing as jef dam
pulse & tango as the apollo kids

not listened to any newer fat stuff in a while though

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#20
some sad news here.... Icon_cry Icon_cry

Paul Arnold in recovery
Good news for DJ who has battled cancer


Popular DJ and Chew The Fat boss Paul Arnold is on the road to recovery after being diagnosed with leukemia late last year. His latest hospital tests have indicated that he is in remission, with all traces of the leukemia removed from his blood.
Arnold will continue to undergo chemotherapy treatment for a few more months to ensure that the affliction is completely beaten out of his system.

On 9th April, a special charity event will be held at London’s The End in aid of Arnold’s recovery. It features a staggeringly great line-up of DJs, many of whom are his friends, playing to raise funds to aid his recovery.
Just some of the selectors playing are Plump DJs vs Stanton Warriors, Krafty Kuts vs Freestylers, Meat Katie vs Evil Nine, Soul of Man vs Atomic Hooligan, Tayo vs Baobinga, Rennie Pilgrem vs JDS, Rogue Element vs Tom Real, James Zabiela vs Nic Fanciulli, Paul Woolford vs Yousef, Rob Da Bank vs Russ Cuban, Will Saul vs Jem Haynes and Dub Pistols vs Drum Monkeys vs A Skillz.
Tickets are priced £8, and are available in advance from endclub.com. Have you ever seen a line-up like that in your life? Get down there and support a good cause!

http://www.djmag.com/story/1389
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#21
Talking of cert 18 just picked up this one today for £3
CERT1814 Motive One : Technical Wizardry /Sunday Sommer
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#22
That was Danny C as far as I know..
I have Motive One - Life, cain it a good bit! well used to on the radio.. lovely atmos amen thingy

Must check out Technical Wizardry /Sunday Sommer Wink
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#23
matrix - phonecall remix..

been a long time fan of cert 18
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#24
RickyForce Wrote:That was Danny C as far as I know..
I have Motive One - Life, cain it a good bit! well used to on the radio.. lovely atmos amen thingy

Must check out Technical Wizardry /Sunday Sommer Wink

technical wizardry is an all time classic Homerdrool
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#25
rickyforce Wrote:that was danny c as far as i know..

danny c & mike pears, with the emphasis on the latter

Xyxthumbs
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