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Techno Wizz & The King  - What A Rush flac album
  • Performer Techno Wizz
  • Title What A Rush
  • Date of release 1996
  • Country UK
  • Style Happy Hardcore
  • Other formats TTA ASF RA MMF MIDI AU AC3
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1735 mb
  • Size FLAC 1116 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 194

From enclosed sheet: Finally, after months of chopping and changing in the studio, this much-awaited EP is in your hands! Side A, "What A Rush" consists of three different breakbeats, four main vocals, four different stab patterns and plenty of fill-in vocals. With a bouncy kicked and chopped "Amen" it rushes along at 170bpm causing maximum mayhem. The first track on the B side is the bouncy tekno mix - no breakbeat, but crazy mad stab patterns, old and new skool style, all the way through

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Techno Wizz. What You Gonna Do Now by Techno Wizz and The King (Happy Hardcore). Gangsta Gangsta by . Peter Piper by Run-DMC (1986). Feel Good, Party Time by . Funk and the Love Machine (1980).

Rush is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on March 1, 1974 by the band's own label Moon Records in Canada and by Mercury Records in the United States and internationally. Their first release shows much of the hard rock sound typical of many of the popular rock bands emerging earlier in the decade. Rush were fans of such bands as Led Zeppelin and Cream, and these influences can be heard in most of the songs on the album.

24/Seven (Big Time Rush album). 24/Seven is the third studio album released by American boy band Big Time Rush, released on June 11, 2013 by Columbia Records before the group's indefinite hiatus. The album experiments with a dance-rock and R&B sound. It also serves as the follow-up to their second studio album Elevate

Progressive Rock Rush. 队列表 Progressive Rock Rush A Farewell to Kings. Album Name A Farewell to Kings. 1. A Farewell to Kings. 3. Closer to the Heart. 4. Cinderella Man. 5. Madrigal. Other productions from Rush.

The album-opening title track begins with a tasty classical guitar/synth passage, before erupting into a powerful rocker. The underrated "Madrigal" proves to be a delicately beautiful composition, while "Cinderella Man" is one of Rush's few songs to include lyrics penned entirely by Geddy Lee. The ten-minute tale of a dangerous black hole, "Cygnus X-1," closes the album on an unpredictable note, slightly comparable to the two extended songs on 1975's Caress of Steel

2112 of course! some others are very close to to 2112 too. yet that crap they did interior the eighty's beginning with alerts as much as exceedingly plenty Snakes and Arrows is crappy techno-rock or something gay like that. Alex Lifeson has stated in very present day years he needs to get returned extra to the heavy Rush sound. Snakes and Arrows has have been given a splash of that previous Rush to it. sturdy for Alex!!!!! dustman · 3 years ago. 0.

Deciding the best Rush album is a near impossible task. On one hand, you have a perfect meld of Rush's 70's and 80's era in Moving Pictures. On the other, you have their absolute classic album and the recording that cemented them as a prog rock powerhouse, 2112, with that legendary masterpiece of a title track. On the other hand, you could say the vast amounts of experimentation on Hemispheres resulting in quite possibly the greatest rock instrumental ever, La Villa Strangiato, takes the cake for pinnacle Rush album  . It took a few listens to appreciate, but I now consider this to be the best album from Rush in many years. So sad that they retired but what a way to go. Highlights include BU2B, Clockwork Angels, The Anarchist, Headlong Flight, and of course their swan song The Garden.

Tracklist

A What A Rush (Breakbeat Bounce Mix) 5:09
B1 What You Gonna Do Now 5:37
B2 Let The Good Times Roll (Bounce Mix) 4:32

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Alphamagic
  • Distributed By – BMG Distribution

Credits

  • Written-By, Producer – Heatwave , Jason B

Notes

B2 listed as Remix and not Bounce Mix on promo version

Track A samples:
Vocal from The Real Roxanne - Bang Zoom! Let's Go-Go
Vocal from N.W.A. - Gangsta Gangsta
Vocal from J.R. Funk & The Love Machine - Feel Good, Party Time
Vocal from Zhane - Hey DJ

Track B1 samples:
Vocal from Run-DMC - Peter Piper

From enclosed sheet:
Finally, after months of chopping and changing in the studio, this much-awaited EP is in your hands!
Side A, "What A Rush" consists of three different breakbeats, four main vocals, four different stab patterns and plenty of fill-in vocals. With a bouncy kicked and chopped "Amen" it rushes along at 170bpm causing maximum mayhem.

The first track on the B side is the bouncy tekno mix - no breakbeat, but crazy mad stab patterns, old and new skool style, all the way through.

Track 2 is a remix by Heatwave of Happy Tunes - Let The Good Times Roll and is a racey number. Full of strings and uplifting stabs, the Juno is in full effect rounding off this EP with an anthemic feel.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HVRB002 Techno Wizz & The King Techno Wizz & The King - What A Rush ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Bounce! HVRB002 UK 1996