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Air Breaks (Mixed by Ali B)


Download links and information about Air Breaks (Mixed by Ali B) by Ali B. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Breakbeat , House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 03:15:13 minutes.

Artist: Ali B
Release date: 2006
Genre: Breakbeat , House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 19
Duration: 03:15:13
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No. Title Length
1. Steez (featuring DJ Love) 7:22
2. Finger of Fudge (featuring Rennie Pilgrim) 5:33
3. Mayday (featuring DJ Icey) 6:28
4. Sukdat (Dub) (featuring Soul Of Man) 6:41
5. Shake & Play (featuring Janette Slack, Dogmatix) 8:03
6. Annihilating Rhythms (featuring Diverted) 7:18
7. Body Rok (featuring Hyper) 7:20
8. Reality Dub (featuring Tayo, The Sunz Of Mecha Underground) 6:33
9. Prisoner (featuring Stanton Warriors) 5:48
10. The Darkside (featuring The Freestylers, S. C. A. M) 6:55
11. Everybody (Freq Nasty & Bassnectar Remix) (featuring Bassnectar) 8:11
12. 22 Ridhum (featuring Electrotec) 7:42
13. Bang Bang (featuring Atomic Hooligan) 6:38
14. Basketball Jam (featuring Krafty Kuts) 5:05
15. One In the Front (feat. DJ Assault) (featuring DJ Deekline & Ed Solo) 5:34
16. Bad Baby Dub (featuring Lee Coombs) 7:34
17. Redshift (featuring Plump Djs) 5:53
18. Where Is It? (Evil Nine Remix) [feat. Ursula Rucker] (featuring Will Saul) 6:49
19. Air Breaks (Continuous Mix) 1:13:46



Logically, breaks ought to be much more fun than house music: funky by definition, properly wielded breakbeats can turn any track into a party. But too many DJs and producers who put themselves in the breaks category settle for long strings of continuously mixed vanilla beats that end up being just as tedious as the most generic club-beat thumpathon. London DJ Ali B avoids that trap by selecting his mix album from a wide variety of sources, from DJ Love's hip-hoppy "Steez" to Tayo and the Sunz of Mecha Underground's nicely reggae-inflected "Reality Dub," and from DJ Deekline and Ed Solo's humorously salacious "One in the Front" to the Plump DJs' abrasive "Redshift." Unsurprisingly, the album's highlight track comes courtesy of the always-exquisite Bassnectar, a remix of "Everybody" that features cool samples, elegant cutting and scratching, and a hip-shaking segue into a dancehall beat. The program even ends with an actual song, or something like it anyway. Highly recommended.