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01 03 :53
02 01 :20
03 02 :30
04
Skream vs. Cluekid Sandsnake
02 :05
05
Skream Sinisterize
03 :12
06 01 :49
07
Benga 26 Basslines
02 :44
08
Coki Triple 6
01 :49
09
Skream Refuel
02 :44
10
Rusko & Caspa Bread Get Bun
01 :21
11 03 :12
13
Hijak Butcha
03 :12
14
Skream Calous
02 :44
15
Skream 2D
03 :10
16
Skream Tek-A-Pill
03 :12
17 03 :00
18
Skream Crash
02 :30
19
Skream Murderer
02 :44
20 02 :48
21 06 :27
22
Coki Road Rage
02 :44
23
Unknown A Star
02 :44
24
D1 Sorrow
04 :37
ARTIST
TITLE
Rinse: 02
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
RINSE 003CD RINSE 003CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/5/2008

This is the second installment in the Rinse series, reflecting the sounds championed by Rinse FM with each DJ showing us their perspective of British pirate music. Next up is dubstep's deserved forefather, the mighty Skream. Skream's self-titled debut album was released to critical acclaim, featuring much revered bone shakers such as "Tapped" and "Midnight Request Line." Skream's ear for a tune and the diverse manner in which he selects and produces shines through on this fresh mix. Still in step with his ska-tinged, head-bobbing productions, Skream offers exclusive new tracks from his vault, such as "Murderer," "Oit, Kum Ere Sun" and "Refuel," all delivering blistering bass lines while keeping the dutty, low-frequency skank purring in the background. They're lined up next to apocalyptic tracks like Rusko and Caspa's bowel shifting "Bread Get Bun," dubstep figurehead Benga's "26 Basslines," the shape-shifting Kode 9's Badawi remix and Skream's own stunning reinterpretation of "The Black Ghosts Find Some Way." It's clear that Skream utilizes his dexterity and eclecticism to maximum impact.