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Calibre feat. Bassman, Trigga & Spyda @ Raveology – Return of the Q-Club 01/12/2007

Raveology

Now thats a wicked combination, to be honest its a bit of a dream coming true for me personally. This is the mighty Dj Calibre alongside one of the original MCs on the Planet, Mc Bassman. Watch our for some of the most hilarious lyrics.

“floating on a clooouud of titties”

Classic.


Tracklisting:
??? – ??? [???]
Calibre – Suddenly [SIGNATURE DUB]
Lynx – ??? [DUB]
Calibre – ??? [SIGNATURE DUB]
Survival & Zero Tolerance (feat. Steo) – No More [DISPATCH DUB]
Calibre – Leave Me [SIGNATURE DUB]
??? – ??? [???]
Break – Timeline [CRITICAL]
Lynx – Shady Past Times [DUB]
Break – Lost & Found [SYMMETRY]
Calibre & Klute – Freedom Come [COMMERCIAL SUICIDE]
DJ Die & Break – Coming From The Top [CLEAR SKYZ DUB]
Beta 2 & Zero Tolerance – Hang Twice [MAC 2 DUB]
Break – Surroundings [SYMMETRY]
Klute – Halloween [COMMERCIAL SUICIDE DUB]
Calibre – Into The Breeze [SIGNATURE DUB]
Calibre – Carry Me Away [SIGNATURE]

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  1. nlnasty, January 21, 2008 at 21:16

    before the days of mp3’s, ipod’s and downloading music off the interweb thingy we had tapes packs and you travelled far and wide!! people went raving to listen to the dj’s and the mc’s

    all you student types who have been listening to drum and bass for the past few weeks you really dont have a clue…

    i’m not saying the ‘scene’ was better but this snobbish attitude was what brought the music down a level back then and i see it here too

    back when carl cox played drum and bass, E’s cost £15 and raves such as the ‘book of love’ were making national news because 10,000 people wanted to jump up and down in fields!!! bassman was there doing his thing.

    so how you new all knowing music connoisseurs (or jonny comelatelys mp3 only massive) can come on here and say that during a rave the mc ruined it for me when i listened to the download i have to laugh at you

    you were getting a snap shot of rave

    http://video.aol.com/video-detail/raveology-return-que-calibre-and-bassman-n-triggz-pt3/177098231

    some nice person has video phoned the event and posted it up on AOL video take a look and from the link it looks like there were more people enjoying as well maybe some of you should too….

    the boys are back are in town bbbbbrrrrraaappppp!!!

  2. nezzy, January 24, 2008 at 12:02

    Zero Tolerance (feat. Steo) – Long Distance [DUB]
    Calibre – Suddenly [SIGNATURE DUB]
    Lynx – 2nd Floor [SOUL:R DUB]
    Calibre – ??? [SIGNATURE DUB]
    Survival & Zero Tolerance (feat. Steo) – No More [DISPATCH DUB]
    Calibre – Leave Me [SIGNATURE DUB]
    ??? – ??? [???]
    Break – Timeline [CRITICAL]
    Lynx – Shady Past Times [DUB]
    Break – Lost & Found [SYMMETRY]
    Calibre & Klute – Freedom Come [COMMERCIAL SUICIDE]
    DJ Die & Break – Coming From The Top [CLEAR SKYZ DUB]
    Beta 2 & Zero Tolerance – Hang Twice [MAC 2 DUB]
    Break – Surroundings [SYMMETRY]
    Klute – Halloween [COMMERCIAL SUICIDE DUB]
    Calibre – Into The Breeze [SIGNATURE DUB]
    Calibre – Carry Me Away [SIGNATURE]

  3. arouser, February 5, 2008 at 16:28

    This set is fat!
    I listen to drum and bass since 1995. It reminds me of these days.

    For all the d&b novices: Buy a tape pack (i.e. one nation biggest & best)
    :-)

  4. brickidy brack, February 8, 2008 at 02:11

    these mc’s couldnt get any worse, they talk all over the drops, bassman is so stupid he has to resort to swearing because he can’t string a decent ryme together, might i note one of the lines “calibre on my cerial for breakfast” can it get any stupider.

  5. breaksblog.biz » Blog Archive » Fabio feat. Mc Bassman & Mc Conrad @ Amazon vs. Kool FM 1995, February 16, 2008 at 23:52

    […] on this recording from back in 1995. Classic! This one should appeal even to those who didnt like the probably most commented set in BB history. Picture taken from the Fabio Interview @ Timeout London late […]

  6. nezzy, February 17, 2008 at 14:38

    [Comment ID #365254 Will Be Quoted Here]

    He actually says “Calibre……having you for breakfast” which he indeed does in this set.

  7. Chris-I. (sthlm), February 19, 2008 at 15:25

    GO BASSMAN TRIGGA n SPYDA!

    Why are people so bad about mc’s?? dont be so fucking whining!
    And those who complain about Bassman’s rhymes – try do it better yourself live in front of a crowd, and make people wanna dance! I bet you who’re complaining about those rhymes n mc’s would stand there with mic in ya hands and just be quiet, sayin; “Yo… eeh….” and nothing more.
    MC’s are nice. Try be happy instead of bitter and whining like everyone here in Sweden!
    Bigup all you dnb MC’s out there putting it down!

    Boyah!

  8. sumluv, February 27, 2008 at 23:58

    5h1t man, that is a loada comments. And who said Drum n Bass was dead?

    What ever floats your boat, set sail and voyage…..

    peace….

  9. H20, March 10, 2008 at 04:53

    I can’t understand people dissing the mc’s. All these student ravers who like to hear nice pitty patty liquid beats- cool yourself. All those who know about Jungle and drum and bass – Kool fm for breakfast, lunch and dinner and then go ravin at Telepathy, Innovation, Helter Skelter, Amazon, One Nation, Roast etc etc etc hold your space!!

    Anyone who has heard MC’s like Ragga Twins, Navigator, Det etc cannot tell me that MC’s ruin a set. I used to think that people whi said this should shush and go listen to some house or techno, but I guess the music has to evolve. For me the music has lost it’s grimey edge. It no longer makes me want to jump up. More of a gentle tapping of the foot now. Maybe that’s just my age ;o)

    LOL @ an earlier comment about “chavvy” bidda bidda mcs. Yeah, big up to the Pimms & Lemonade crew cotched down in da corner brap brap!

  10. 330ml, March 10, 2008 at 06:54

    Oh man horrible set ruined by ppl who should have enough money not to be doing it anymore to be honest , i dont even get how/why some are around or even how its physicaly possibly for some because some are getting on for pension status surely.

    I agree subtlety is the key i agree with that. Im from the uk very into my beats as well i have been since 94/95 but nowadays i am out of touch with Bassman, Det, Skibba and lenny whoever said lenny i liked seeing that haha going back some years but that side of things i am so out of touch so much so that i dunno if half these guys are still going or not? Im english as well its the same with some dj’s. Dont mean to sound patronising but i evolved from that sort of thing before 2000 i think 90% did most dnb i like lately is from abroad. Fats , conrad ,stamina and a few others i dont mind but some just stayed the same.Its not about a snobby level or students not for me its not its just i dont want to hear bassman etc or dj hype anymore it was tired for me in 1999.

    It doesnt work with calibre and in 2008 it doesnt work with anyone it would on a oldskool set and…an oldskool set. Download the fabio set a few posts above to check bassman. To ppl still on that one u need to do like skibba says ok u need to deal with the matter and understand how tired that shit is. Now where is that dj presha mix i feel like i just bumped into a ford fiesta full of teens in a tescos car park after hearing that mix and i hate that stupid shit brits going on about ”oldskool” im a brit these ppl arent snobby or out of touch u ppl still into this shit are out of touch lol also the chav thing is true as well i wish this side of dnb would just fuck off tbh its only the uneducated crew who fell off and didnt change shit who are still into it.

  11. BIT, May 2, 2008 at 13:31

    Hold on – Lets get things into perspective

    D&B started out for the streets – and most of you sound like you’d be scared to step on the hardest pavements

    I went to nearly every big DJ line-up’s in Quest & Amazon – so grew up listening to these MC’s

    Firstly, Bassman was massive in Midlands and then grew popularity in London later – when the Londoners (Apart from there DJ’s and MC’s) started to notice big talents emerging from the MIdlands. So if you raved down south you probably will never understand this street flow. Also, if your not a street soldier (or back in the day) your never gonna get this.

    This is a live set and that should be remembered! (Don’t always sound as good at home)

    I’m not gonna go on but if you don’t understand the flow – it’s probably not for you. These guys don’t MC for mass audiences (global scale) like GQ, Five-O etc… But are just as talented in there own way.

    Many MC’s and DJ’s would agree if you asked them

    Just listen to Fabio & Bassman – Amazon. This set is one of my all time favourites – I was there and the night was amazing and so is the recording.
    I appreciate some may not like these MC’s ever no matter what, but all forms and styles make the jungle wild

  12. Chav-Killa, May 2, 2008 at 16:10

    MCs for scum – simple as that

    ASBO Council estate scum on benefits carrying knives and saying shit like ‘sick innit mate’ and ‘brap brap’ etc

    These MCs reflect these parasites and burden on society really well..

    Now off to burglarize some old granny innit.. sick blud, wicked rinseout innit brap brap

  13. Guy, December 15, 2014 at 21:49

    Track 1, one of my favourite tunes everr! Wicked set!

    Zero T & Steo – Long Distance
    V Recordings (PLV005)
    2009

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