Beet & Bad Lieutenant | Decisions on Doubtful Things

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Decisions on Doubtful Things

by Beet & Bad Lieutenant

upfront, agressive, dancefloor drum n' bass from midwest live pa the vein of metalheadz, fullcycle and other labels...
Genre: Electronic: Drum 'n Bass/Jungle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Dig?
7:41 $0.99
2. Baltic Interpreter
9:08 $0.99
3. Blow Them All Away
7:48 $0.99
4. Hi Jack
5:12 $0.99
5. Tartar
4:25 $0.99
6. Untitled
7:01 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Known most prominently for co-founding and producing the nationally known live five man drum and bass phenom Twilightsleep, and recently the two man live PA, Voigt-Kampff, these two veteran producers have begun to perk the ears of national and international dj's, labels, and producers with their latest brand of live, dark, rolling drum and bass.

Having been working, performing, and producing together for over 10 years, Beet and Bad Lieutenant are no strangers to the breakbeat. In January 2002, the two (as Voigt-Kampff) found themselves on tour with Biotic/xxx records figureheads Facs and B Key. They have since amazed club goers and party attendees alike with their live and aggressive musical performances, thanks in part to the backing of some of the area's best musicians. So contagious is their live performance that they have been known at times to virtually upstage other headliners.

With their unique brand of live drum and bass making waves stateside, the two have taken a back-to-basics approach to the recording process for their highly anticipated 5-track CD EP slated for release early 2004. Drawing upon their profiecency with varied musical instruments, such as guitar, bass, percussion, drums, and keyboards to emulate electronically-based music, the EP is a representation of their signature style of sequenced and live production.

To achieve this symbiosis of live and sequenced music in a performance setting, Beet and Bad Lieutenant have been backed by members of their Replicant Ensemble since 1998. Masters of the craft of conducting and producing their live performances, they bring a refreshing, edgy, and invigorating dimension to the status quo.



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Kick ass CD and even better live
This is an excellent CD that starts out strong and never fades. If you ever have a chance to see this band live prepare to be blown away.

tim olsen

finally, been waiting for this
good fucking tunes...been waiting for this to come out. Sharpness kills it on you dig. Baltic Interpreter is hot. Good dnb from without the brittish bullshit. If you get a chance see these guys live.


About ready for MORE from this group!!!
..WHAT SUCKS IS that cdbaby censors the reviews people right. What the fuck is up with that?! Artists will never grow if they don't get real reviews now will they!! Sorry about that guys. About your EP.. its definetly dnb ass kicking in progress. I like the way you blend the straight ghetto hard clubby tracks with sophisicated melodic jointz like tartar. This is what will take over the stagnant music scene in the next couple of years. Hope to hear more from you guys. PPeace yo