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Leftfields'Leftism ends with an artifical reproduction of a heartbeat that fades in and out andincreases to loudness in between. It doesn't last long but goes scarilylow.

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Guns N Roses - Coma!

Sorry.

Taxi.......

On the other hand:

Anything by Orbital.

Celestial Annihilation from Psyence Fiction by UNKLE (Dj Shadow Collaboration)

On Her Majestys Secret Service - decksanddrumsandrockandroll - well funky.

Demon Days - Gorillaz

Juno Reactor

Hybrid - Wider Angle

Run Lola Run soundtrack (great film and soundtrack)

Funkungfusion -Ninja cuts. highlights for bass inc a couple of Amon Tobin tracks, Ryuichi Sakamoto - Anger, Dj Vadim, Roots Manuva * Recommended for a wide variety of stuff.

Err the Titanic sound track has some quite deep stuff in it (please dont ask how i know)

As already mentioned most of the lowest bass will be found on classical stuff i would have thought.

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Just been playing Eminem, The Slim Shady LP and there are some real cabinet rattlers in there.

Try explaining the language to a 4 year old too.:shock:

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what about guns n roses they were great!

and analoguekid's favourite band ever.

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hifiwigwam wrote:

Just been playing Eminem, The Slim Shady LP and there are some real cabinet rattlers in there.

Try explaining the language to a 4 year old too.:shock:

Just wait until he's old enough to appreciate Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson ;)

(Kev is a really nice guy. met him once. he signed my CDs "To Kenny, get Fucked, Kev!")

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Agree with the Massive Attack recommendations.

Also: Ernest Ranglin "Below the Bassline", the title is a clue, in a slightly jazzy, reggae kind of way;

Talvin Singh "OK";

Sigur Ros "Agaetis byrjun" has a couple of window rattlers on it.

Boxer.

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Oceans Eleven soundtrack - will exercise those cones well, even scary at times.

If you want to see the effect on the mid-bass with concurrent low frequency signals bombarding your woofer - Mahler 3 is good or even yo-yo ma on cello. Requires careful listening though.

An album by Trilok Gurtu - Remembrance , is a good laugh with tickle your guts bass.

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And... Nils Petter Molvaer "Khmer" - Massive Attack play "Bitches' Brew" era Miles;

Which leads me neatly to "Panthalassa", Bill Laswell's `reconstruction` of late `60s and early `70s Miles; or "Divine Light" Laswell's `reconstruction` of Santana's "Illumination" and "Love, Devotion, Surrender";

any New Order 12" single, but especially "Blue Monday", "Subculture" (`specially with "Dubvulture as B-side) or "Ceremony" - CD versions if you must, but for that authentic early `80s sweaty night in the Warehouse in Leeds vibe it has to be vinyl.

Oh, I might not have been thinking straight with the Sigur Ros mentioned above - not as deep as I remembered, but still an excellent album.

Happy listening,

Boxer.

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The new ECM release of Arvo Pärt's "Lamentate" will give yer drivers summat to chew on at times, while reverting to blissful solemnity at others; bit of a departure for everyone's favourite Estonian.

churz, eofs

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