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hvaughn 
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I don't know if I'm crazy or not, but I think I can remember a bass cd back in the day that I am trying to
locate. It would have been out back in the DJ Magic Mike days. It was a bass song that had some classical music in it....mozart, bach, etc or someone like that. Does this ring a bell for anyone? If so, what is it and where could
I get it?????
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Bachbusters, by Telarc
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Amazon has it, also try 1812 overture by Telarc as well, the cannon shots near the end will blow your mind...as well as your subs if you are not careful.
hvaughn 
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think i found it on bass mekanic 5.0
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Bach's Toccatta and Fuego in D minor. Transylvania type sound right? The original is still better.
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original is best, but for a more modern mix (for the early 90's) that is bass heavy, the Telarc disc is not bad. I still tune my systems with classical music...best dynamic range of any musical type, with real instruments to boot. Motzart's Requiem and Holst's The Planets are my favs for tuning.
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i like techmaster P.E.B , bass boy , 2 live crew ,

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