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Robert Luis - Brighton Treats with Jamaican Beats

Rob Luis Brighton Treats with Jamaican BeatsRob Luis Brighton Treats with Jamaican Beats
Robert Luis - Brighton Treats with Jamaican Beats
(2xCD) Mievin Mixtapes MMMt01, 2006-12-18

Tracklisting :
No info

Press Release :
Tru Thoughts founder Robert Luis delivers an ecclectic mix of his favorite reggae, dub and ska mixed with broken beat, hip hop and drum & bass from the past few decades.
This limited edition item is a double CD album; disc one is a more laid-back, Sunday afternoon affair, while disc two offers a more uptempo selection.

Reviews :
"New limited edition (only 400 copies worldwide) double mix CD from TRU THOUGHTS label boss ROB LUIS. Disc one is a chillout mix full of rare reggae and downtempo. Disc two features a tougher fusion of hip-hop, reggae, disco, and dancehall. Very cool" (GrooveDis)

"Tru Thoughts founder and A&R Robert Luis digs into his record collection to offer a Double CD Mixtape. The theme for the mix is Reggae & Dub. The first CD is a downtempo and listening selection with tracks influenced and played on the Unfold Radio Show. The second CD is a club orientated mix covering hip hop, broken beat, funk and drum and bass….all with a Jamaican influence. Strictly Limited Edition with 400 copies available worldwide, and a very decent price - remember this is a double CD. The first CD is correctly entitled Head Nod, and contains reggae, dub, breakbeat and soul tracks with a Jamaican feel - a real cross section of styles that goes very well with red eyes and late night sessions. The second disc is a more sprightly affair and I think an ideal getting-ready-to-go-out CD, puts a smile on your face and a spring in your step! An excellent set from the mind behind one of the UKs best indie labels and a damn fine DJ to boot. Wicked." (Fat City)

"Tru Thoughts honcho Robert Luiz comes with a belt busting double disc mix (2 1/2 hours total!). Not bound to his own catalog, Luiz guides us through his favorite beats from his personal record stash and gives us a glimpse of the... expand review label's direct influences. The over-arching theme here is music "influenced by Jamaica." The first disc is labeled "downtempo" and features 25 tracks of funk, soul, jazz, hip-hop, and beats. The second disc is labeled "uptempo" and features 21 tracks of breaks, hip-hop, drum and bass, and broken beat. With so much top shelf material, this will satisfy both the record nerd and the casual weekend listener. A top seller at our Manhattan store. - the mgmnt" (Turntable Lab)


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Tonebone Tonebone ·  20 May 2007, 12:53

Nice work indeed. Some wonderful surprises and great selection.

Tracklist please!!!!


Dom Dom ·  31 May 2007, 15:43

Got this little bad boy in the post just now.
Half way through the first CD and loving it.
Shame about no tracklist yes indeed,
Gunna be sweet in the car.

Get it while you still can!

YE from LA YE from LA ·  06 June 2007, 15:03

I heard two tracks being played on a local show and would like to get the disk here in the US. No one seems to know about it.
This is a cry for help- how/where do I get this album.


spic spic ·  14 June 2007, 20:21

go to the Etch shop website, look under exlusives, i think they deliver worldwide

Dancergirl Dancergirl ·  01 August 2007, 15:09

Great CD. Lots of fun.....especially for summer..

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