well there we have it.
A very good edit, but an edit, innit?
The drums on the intro sound beefed up, rather than having just "no bells", there are small edits throughout and the end is the give away.
A skilled engineer could remove the bells.
Ha ha, amazing. Why can I still hear bells? ARE THE BELLS IN MY HEAD.
johmbolaya - 22 June 2012 11:24 PMmany people have been pissy over this break, and no one has the existence of anything else).Also, someone might say "you're hearing the bells in this because you know exactly where they're supposed to be. What you're hearing are ghost bells. They're not really there." No, it's called canceling out certain sounds via EQ.Let's say this break is legit, and I'm wrong, I'll eat my own hanakuso, whatever. In the years this thing has happened, how come no one has ever bothered to find the source of the tape, no one has scanned labels, no one has talked about the matrix numbers in the run-off groove, or who may or may not have created the tape? We all know that certain DJ's, producers, and remixers had the luxury of access to tapes, some mixes done secretly. No one ever got that nerdy, and yet we're still looking for the one record that does or does not exist. If it truly exists, go beyond fucking hearing the break. I want more than that. Hard info.Until then, this is all goobers.
Was shuffling itunes and don't remember grabbing these.
This is pretty much the same picture I have on my iTunes ;-)
!!!!! That must mean that YOU created the hoax! (/Memento)