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J.Bo Tape #4: DJ Raskal - Flex 103.6FM - 29Oct1999 ***EXCLUSIVE***

Can you gimme some, can you gimme some, yum yum, just to fill my tum, just to fill my tum?

Never has finding a 10 year old tape made anybody so happy - this particular tape, thought lost forever, appeared from the archives and is now presented to you in fully remastered glory. Randomly recorded after arriving home on a Friday night from a garage club, switching the radio on, having the clarity of mind to realise that the sounds were something special and being sober enough to find a cassette to throw into the tape deck and to hit the record+play buttons... this was a personal favourite a decade ago and still sounds like a breath of fresh air today.

Coming from the legendary London pirate, Flex FM. The first 15 minutes are all about the inspired MC Diamond White (see comments) and then it slides into the perfect chilled drum & bass mix from the one like Raskal, that cheeky ragga man.



********** NEW LINKS 24-Jan-2013 **********

DJ Raskal & MC Diamond White - Flex 103.6FM - 29Oct1999
Source: TDK SA90-Type II
Duration: 1h34m18s
Format: MP3-192kbps
Size: 129.5MB
Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1xhqredce4j4cpb



By the way, the occasional quality problems are from the FM broadcast, not from the tape or the conversion!

3 comments:

  1. Yo, this tape is of me! I don't have any tapes of any of my old sets, so it's mad me finding this! The upload link is not working though. Can you get in touch with me please? gregday1978@gmail.com. Safe, appreciate it.

    PS Not sure the MC would be Hyperactive, but will let you know when I hear it!

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  2. I'm fairly sure it the MC was Hyperactive - him and Deekline did the show before, and he stuck around for the first few tunes. If not, it was someone doing a very good impression of him ;)

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  3. So its official, the results are in and the MC was none other than Diamond White... not Hyperactive. I will update the post and the MP3 tags with the correct details asap.

    By the way, you can still catch the Raskal on Sundays between 2-4pm, 99.7FM or www.flexfm.co.uk

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