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Subtech

by Subtech

Subtech has been described as everything from tripped out hip hop to soulful jungle metal with a NYC edge.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Bk Love
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2. Negative Vibes
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3. Los Pasos Del Diablo
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4. Pay
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5. Black Circles
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6. Home All Alone
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7. Y1
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8. Dose99
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9. Comatose
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10. Crawl
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11. Dust Warrior
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The self titled Subtech CD harkens back to an era in NYC when crime was high and rents were low. Gritty and funky at the same time, the recording is firmly rooted in the analog era.
Over 5000 copies of Subtech's debut album have been sold on NYC street corners, subway trains, and nightclubs. The debut CD which is being sold here incorporates a wide variety of styles including Trip Hop, Metal, Jungle, Hip Hop, Rock, and Soca.
An incredibly diverse collection of recordings mirror the city and time in which this CD was recorded. There truly is something for everyone on this release. Hip Hop, Trip Hop, Soca mixed with metal, ballads, and rockers.
A more detailed history of the crew can be found on the web including old magazine articles, pictures and a track featuring Tricky of Massive Attack threatening the Subtech Derelict via the phone.
This is original Subtech crew from late 80's early 90's NYC not to be confused with some Johny come lately impersonators.

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