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Justin Broadrick Appreciation Thread

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Anyone out there dig on Justin Broadrick? Napalm Death? Godflesh? Jesu?

I'm just sitting here double fisting track's from Jesu's Why Are We Not Perfect? and Godflesh's Streetcleaner.

Incredible.

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...Head of David?

Yes, yes. So good. Broadrick's career is like a good book that you can just randomly open up and read and it will be entertaining.

@Kev - I'm ashamed to say that I'm not familiar with Brotherhood of the Bomb. I'll have to check it out.

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Brotherhood of the bomb is so good, so is "bad blood" by ICE. Amazing how Broaderick and Mick Harris (Scorn) both predated and helped form the dubstep sound , and the both done time in Napalm Death

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also a curious sitenote since dubstep has been mentioned twice in this thread. i hear more and more people referring to stuff as dubstep like skrillex, which to me isn't even close to what i remember dubstep to sound like back when i first heard it in the 90's. not saying thats the case here but curious if it has become a blanket term now for electronic music. almost all of the dubstep i remember hearing was from the uk.

as far as justin's stuff goes, don't forget final and fall of because

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Kevin Martin's Razor X Productions is also crazy- Industrial dub/ ragga DnB:

I was in the drum n bass/ rave scene from 95' to about 00', so I watched that sound and style evolve. But my intro to all this was Meat Beat Manifesto, Renegade Soundwave, and Massive Attack. I'm still a big DnB fan, but mainly really dark stuff like Ed Rush/ No U-Turn, Current Value, Cooh, Gein,

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Kevin Martin's Razor X Productions is also crazy- Industrial dub/ ragga DnB:

I was in the drum n bass/ rave scene from 95' to about 00', so I watched that sound and style evolve. But my intro to all this was Meat Beat Manifesto, Renegade Soundwave, and Massive Attack. I'm still a big DnB fan, but mainly really dark stuff like Ed Rush/ No U-Turn, Current Value, Cooh, Gein,

Love drum n bass myself and love ed rush / no uturn , tech itch , think all that skullstep gein cooh cv has gone a bit mad now . More interested in dark minimalist stuff like rockwell, sabre, loxy, data etc

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