Prisoners of Technology | The Good Old Days, Vol. 1

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The Good Old Days, Vol. 1

by Prisoners of Technology

Part one of a selection of original vintage jump up drum and bass tracks for all you old skool ravers
Genre: Electronic: Drum'n'bass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Good Old Days (Old Skool Rumble Remix)
6:01 $0.99
2. Battle Master
7:10 $0.50
3. Feel
6:30 $0.50
4. So Damn Tuff
6:23 $0.50
5. So Damn Tuff (Old Skool Re-Shuffle)
4:45 $0.99
6. Total Control
7:23 $0.50
7. Trick of Technology
7:07 $0.50
8. Trick of Technology (Remix)
7:20 $0.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
When you think of Jump Up drum & bass, one of the names you would think of would be The Prisoners of Technology !!!. From P.O.T's very first release record sales went ape, blowing up in the U.K, America, Amsterdam, Germany the list goes on. Every release tore its way through the core of the drum n bass scene getting top reviews from every respected angle. TMS 1's B Boy, all up in ya face, jungle style had infiltrated the D&B scene with a freashness no other sound could get in the ring with. The Prisoners of Technology went on to remix such names as N.W.A, Wu-Tang (Buddha Monk), 187 Lockdown, the Freestylers and the Beastie Boys (which claimed the number 1 position in most dance charts, inc the U.K national charts !!!! The P.O.T ripped up the airwaves of many pirates as well as mainstream stations like Radio 1 and Kiss fm. The concoction of TMS 1 and K DUB's deep hip hop root's, mashed together with uniquely twisted breaks and bass, resulted in to one of the most acclaimed and respected sounds back in the day. but know P.O.T has returned and TMS 1 (Prisoners of Technology) now releases on his own label called BATTLEMASTER RECORDS and the story continues



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