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D. J. Space - Keep On The Bass album

D. J. Space - Keep On The Bass album Performer: D. J. Space
Title: Keep On The Bass
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno
Date of release: 1991
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1233 mb
Size FLAC: 1104 mb
Rating: 4.3

Album · 2015 · 4 Songs. Listen on Apple Music. 1. Keep the Bass Goin'. 2. Keep the Bass Goin' (Mauro Mozart Remix). 3. Keep the Bass Goin' (Melodika Remix). 4. Keep the Bass Goin' (Rodolfo Bravat Remix).

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Keep Smiling is the second studio album released by the Danish pop group Laid Back. Elevator Boy" - 4:55. Slowmotion Girl" - 5:51. High Society Girl" - 3:36. Don't Be Mean" - 3:21. Sunshine Reggae" - 4:16. Fly Away (Walking in the Sunshine)" - 8:28. Side One. "White Horse" - 4:42. Side Two. "Sunshine Reggae" - 4:15.

Queen's 10th studio album Hot Space saw the band experiment with electro-disco and featured Freddie and Bowie's iconic single, 'Under Pressure'. Although it was included on the final album, the fabulous collaboration with David Bowie for ‘Under Pressure’ was actually a quite separate project, dating from July 1981. Bowie was in Montreux to catch up with his old friends, and to sing back-ups on another track, ‘Cool Cats’. In the event, Bowie disliked his contribution to that song and his parts were erased, but he was intrigued by John Deacon’s bass line on a work in progress called ‘Feel Like’, written by Roger Taylor. May’s ‘Dancer’ has rock power to spare, despite the fact that the Oberheim again emulates the bass. The lyrics reference the album title and there is a heavy fusion of metal and dance that remains distinctly experimental. A departure from ‘the Queen sound’.

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If you keep coming back to a certain album, if the bass is still keeping those ears perked, then it’s a great bass album. There’s such a tremendous legacy of fantastic bass playing on so many records, so I’m probably leaving a bunch out. But here are ones that I just can’t deny. On the following pages, Will Lee runs down his picks for 10 Essential Bass Albums. Prev Page 1 of 11 Next.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Earth Side 1 Keep On The Bass
Earth Side 2 The Visitor
Co-producer – Gus Lavidas
Mars Side 1 D.J. Space (Countdown) (Original)
Edited By – Steve "Chipchop" Gonzales*
Mars Side 2 D.J. Space (Countdown) (The Limelight Remix)
Edited By – Steve "Chipchop" Gonzales*


  • Executive Producer – Angelo Foukas
  • Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Charley Casanova


The Earth Side label on this version has the tracks listed the wrong way round (compare label images to actual track order represented here).

There is another version of this which has the A side tracks printed the correct way round on the label.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12 TOT 19 D.J. Space* The Visitor ‎(12") Jumpin' & Pumpin' 12 TOT 19 UK 1991
666 D. J. Space* Keep On The Bass ‎(12") Concrete Records 666 US 1991
12 TOT 19 D.J. Space* The Visitor ‎(12", Promo) Jumpin' & Pumpin' 12 TOT 19 UK 1991

User reviews
The Visitor - Massive massive old skool UK hardcore tune, as cained by Top Buzz. Features the Prince sample 'dearly beloved we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life' over an orchestra stab, played slightly off. Then incomes the breakbeat with some sub bass and another classic sampled sound. The other tracks aren't fillers either, one being a hustling house track and the other another early UK hardcore track.