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post #31 of 54
Check out the entire drum and bass genre.

Pendulum is a good start.
post #32 of 54
Not Electronica but...

If you can find a copy of the Telarc version of the 1912 Overture, the cannons at the end will blow your mind.

*cough*Torrents*cough
post #33 of 54
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Originally Posted by fraseyboy View Post
Telarc version of the 1912 Overture, the cannons at the end will blow your mind.
I'm gonna check this out. However, NOTHING beats hearing the 1812 Overture live with real cannons!
post #34 of 54
HA, yes the 1812 SACD with real cannons! Good stuff

Also, no mention of Portishead?

Their first two albums "Dummy" and "Portishead" can really get your subwoofer going, and bring down the house. And it goes real low as well, so its a very good test for bass extension, hear it on different HP's and speakers and you can clearly tell how good the drivers are in the bass department.

"Pedestals" and "Numb" from Dummy are standout tracks, if your setup is too bass heavy, the bass will obscure everything else in pedestals and you cant hear the vox or any of the effects. Great for positioning and setting levels (on sub) and EQ for headphones.
post #35 of 54
Daft Punk - Alive 2007

I almost got nausea listening to that album...with earphones. As a long time basshead i can honestly say, i never heard something with more bass.
post #36 of 54
Lots of Massive Attack. All of it that I've heard has awesomely thick yummy bass.
post #37 of 54
Bob Marley
Turn the lights down low.
post #38 of 54
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Originally Posted by fraseyboy View Post
Not Electronica but...

If you can find a copy of the Telarc version of the 1912 Overture, the cannons at the end will blow your mind.
And probably your speakers too if you have the volume on high.
post #39 of 54
Kanye West - Love Lockdown

This is off of his 808s and Heartbreaks, and man easily thee most bass i have heard ever. The whole CD is madd bass, but this track will shake you. Its not like alot of hip hop which is mostly mid bass, this is real deep bass.
post #40 of 54
dub = bass
post #41 of 54
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Originally Posted by Erik_C View Post
Are you asking for bassy songs for headphone listening or for speaker/subwoofer listening? Because the bassiest songs (and by that I mean extension and loudness) typically are found in organ music, but no headphone will shake the air at 16hz like a good sub.
x2

Also: Try just about anything by Juno Reactor, but be careful with it. Playing around with it, my SR80's do NOT like the heavy low bass.
post #42 of 54


Not sure about destructive levels of bass, but very very articulate and musical bass.
post #43 of 54
post #44 of 54
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Originally Posted by screwglue View Post
man kanye west song's have a ton of bass? i don't think so.

although i do not like this song:

white girl - young jeezy

i heard it in someones car and i couldn't hear anything but the bass
Have EVER listened to "Bad News" in FLAC?!

Any song on 808's and Heartbreaks is jammed with bass. x3 on A Mille by Lil Wayne.
post #45 of 54

1. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Wind Blow

2. Artist Name: Bombay Rockers  
   Album Name: Crash and Burn

   Song Name: Intro

3. Bassnectar - The 808 Track

4. Xzibit - Concentrate

 

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