Muzik-AL

Joined Jun 04, 2004 from United Kingdom.

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A mix of House/Dance/Club, updated 45 yrs ago. (1 songs, 0 videos)

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Just finished and uploaded new 15min 'Happy' mix of Tiesto Just be2 yrs, 5 mths ago.

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11 yrs, 11 mths ago hibotan posted...
"Whatcha Gonna Want" is an excellent made tune. hip-hop is not my kind of music, but still i do enjoy listening to this one. As always, your tracks are great....waiting for next tune.

12 yrs, 1 mth ago DJLazarus posted...
Whathca Gonna Want is a really good track. I agree with what risda said, and to tell you the truth, a lot of rap artists could use that track for one of their songs. Good job.

12 yrs, 2 mths ago risda posted...
Whatcha Gonna Want is a great track. I want to say X-ecutioners meets Aphex Twin? However, I hear a unique voice that doesn't fit within a specific set of characteristics.

12 yrs, 2 mths ago GnAzZ posted...
cool track u got there! too much hip hop for me. ill rate it with 4 stars! :D Keep it up ;)

12 yrs, 3 mths ago DJMuzikAL posted...
Seems like it isn't enough to make a track these days, for AL that track has to be perfect in every way. Now I'll be the first to admit that Whatcha Gonna Need isn't the dogs meat and two veg, but it ain't the dogs butt end either. I would have to say that it isn't a track I would think of hearing in a club, and it does seem to wander around the musical block without coming home a few times. What is immediately evident is that AL has sped the track up from the original radio version he released, although I honestly don't think it needed it. Still, it works well enough, so let's take a look at the elements that make up this track and see whether it will appeal to other folks who do not know about AL yet. The main motif of the track is supplied by a guitar figure that creates a rolling rhythm that works real well. This motif is dotted here and there with further guitar washes that serve to highlight phrase endings, and - in my opinion - help the track to ultimately work. Once again, let me be clear about this. It ISN'T what I would consider a 'club' track, but it is a track that I could quite happily stick onto a CD and take to the beach with me on a sunny day. Whatcha Gonna Need has a tranquil, gentle feel to it that works and works well. It IS let down a little by a mix that isn't quite as forceful and accomplished as one would expect from AL but hey, not one of us is THAT perfect. I'll be hanging onto to this for that sunny day I mentioned, and I would - in fairness - ask you to make up your own mind on it. Steve Gilmore Rebel Riffs

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City: Brighton
Country: United Kingdom
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