Urbal Beats, Vol. 2

Urbal Beats, Vol. 2

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Urbal Beats, Vol. 2 is a double-disc set that features 24 electronica, dance and techno songs continually mixed by Liquid Todd, the resident electronic DJ at the Los Angeles alternative station KROQ. For the first disc, Todd picks new hits -- Goldie's "Temper Temper," Portishead's "Over," …  See more details below

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Urbal Beats, Vol. 2 is a double-disc set that features 24 electronica, dance and techno songs continually mixed by Liquid Todd, the resident electronic DJ at the Los Angeles alternative station KROQ. For the first disc, Todd picks new hits -- Goldie's "Temper Temper," Portishead's "Over," Fatboy Slim's "Going Out of My Mind," the Crystal Method's "Keep Hope Alive" and the Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" -- and sprinkles a couple of cult favorites in for good measure. More dedicated fans will find the first disc a little predictable and unnecessary, but the second disc's inclusion of several seminal dance singles -- "Strings of Life" by Derrick May's Rhythim Is Rhythim, "Chime" by Orbital, "Loops of Fury" by the Chemical Brothers, "Go" by Moby, "Voodoo Ray" by A Guy Called Gerald "Charly" by the Prodigy -- increases the set's worth for those interested in the history of techno and rave. It's a pretty entertaining listen, even if the mixing isn't anything remarkable, and it works as a good sampler for fans of the genre.

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Product Details

Release Date:
05/12/1998
Label:
Utv Records
UPC:
0731455584028
catalogNumber:
555840

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Rock The Funky Beat  -  Natural Born Chillers
  2. Treat Imfamy  -  Rest Assured
  3. Smack My Bitch Up  -  Prodigy
  4. Going Out Of My Head  -  Fatboy Slim
  5. Release Yo' Delf  - Method Man
  6. Keep Hope Alive  -  Crystal Method
  7. Subfusion  -  Rabbit in the Moon
  8. My Mate Paul  - David Holmes
  9. Renegade Master  -  Wildchild
  10. The Freaks  -  Überzone
  11. B-Boy Stance  -  Freestylers
  12. City of Groove  - DJ Icey
  13. Temper, Temper  -  Goldie
  14. Ultrasonic Sound  -  Hive
  15. What Does Your Soul Look Like  - DJ Die
  16. Over  -  Portishead

Disc 2

  1. Chime  -  Orbital
  2. Cübik  -  808 State
  3. Voodoo Ray  - Guy Called Gerald
  4. Clear  -  Cybotron
  5. Mother Earth  -  Dubtribe Sound System
  6. Go  -  Moby
  7. Charly  -  Prodigy
  8. Something Good  -  Utah Saints
  9. Energy Flash  - Joey Beltram
  10. Salsa Life  - Rhythim Is Rhythim

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Guy Called Gerald   Track Performer
Cybotron   Track Performer
Moby   Track Performer
Orbital   Track Performer
Utah Saints   Track Performer
Prodigy   Track Performer
Portishead   Track Performer
808 State   Track Performer
David Holmes   Track Performer
Method Man   Track Performer
Dubtribe   Track Performer
Goldie   Track Performer
Wildchild   Track Performer
Joey Beltram   Track Performer
DJ Shadow   Track Performer
Rhythim Is Rhythim   Track Performer
Fatboy Slim   Track Performer
Crystal Method   Track Performer
Überzone   Track Performer
DJ Die   Track Performer
Dubtribe Sound System   Track Performer
Rabbit in the Moon   Track Performer
DJ Icey   Track Performer
Freestylers   Track Performer
Natural Born Chillers   Track Performer
Rest Assured   Track Performer
Hive   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Pete Townshend   Composer
Moby   Composer
Angelo Badalamenti   Composer
Q.   Composer
Neil Harris   Producer
Fatboy Slim   Composer
David Lynch   Composer
Paul Miller   Cover Design
Jeff Moskow   Producer
Moonbeam Jones   Composer
Sunshine Jones   Composer

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Urbal Beats, Vol. 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
ok...a friend of mine that knows i dig techno and dance came over one day and brought me this cd..urbal beats, vol. 2. he said that he saw it laying in the street one day and that it was really awesome. anyways, it's become one of my favorite cd's...even though it's nice and scratched up from chillin in the middle of the street. if you like the dance and techno scene, this one's really sweet...try it out!