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Bass Metropolis
Metro Bass
Bass Music, Electro, Breaks, Hardcore
MP3 archive size:
1161 mb
FLAC archive size:
1917 mb
WMA archive size:
1471 mb
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Bass Vibration 4:36
Bass Like This 4:01
Drop That Beat 4:33
Drop The Bass Now 4:36
Between Earth & Space 4:22
Quad Dreams 4:33
Music Maker 3:52
Critical Level 4:06
Galactic Swing 4:19
Hear This Bass 4:56
Neuro Bass 4:26
The Journey Begins 4:44


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NRO-31006 Bass Metropolis Metro Bass ‎(Cass, Album) Neurodisc Records NRO-31006 US 1994
NRO-31006 Bass Metropolis Metro Bass ‎(CD, Album) Neurodisc Records NRO-31006 US 1994

  • I don't often write reviews, but this is a release in particular I want to briefly share a couple of opinions on. As someone nearing 40 who has been obsessed with electronic music and bass music in particular my whole life, I've heard or know practically every style of bass music there has ever been since it started blowing up in the 80's electro scene. When it comes to car audio, I am a more technically minded enthusiast (in terms of component matching and balancing, wiring specifications, etc.) I am telling you these things so you have an idea of where I will be coming from here.This release in general fits the Neurodisc sound, and musically it is that good ol' fashioned electro oriented bass music with a touch of hiphop flavor that I happen to love. Out of the absurdly huge library of bass music I own, it is my opinion that this album has a unique situation that is both an upside and downside in exactly how it was mixed and mastered in the studio. The upside is simply that if you are interested in sheer decibels, this bass CD rather well dominates and feels more intense to me than a lot of what I have. This is also a downside in a way because I feel that the low end is amped a little higher than it should be in terms producing a balanced recording. In other words, the bass is a little heavier on the foreground than I feel it should be, so when cranking this in your system, this is not one of the bass CD's I would suggest grabbing if you want to also show off the quality of your mids and highs. I'm not saying this album sounds like trash, on the contrary it's great, but again, this one is suited for the DB junkies rather than the general listening experience. Cheers!PS: If you'd be interested, my recommendations for more sound quality focused material would point you towards anything from Bass 305, Techmaster PEB, or most definitely the Silicon Bass Experience.