Grimey Drums : 100 Classic Drum Breaks

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DJ Nice // Crack City
*** ill o.g. ***
Grimey Drums :
100 Hundred Classic Drum Breaks



For those who don’t know, breakbeat samples are the lifeblood of Hip Hop and
Rap music and have been the basis of virtually all of the classic hit that you
hear today. Nowadays many producers have preferred to use more
prechopped and engineered drum kits, with producers who choose to dig hard,
sample and chop records by hand having developed signature sounds that
cannot be copied. This exhaustive process of hunting and digginer has now
been made much easier with 100 of the most well know drum breaks being
made readily and easily available ...

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1. Lee Dorsey – Get Out My Life Woman
2. Allen Toussaint - Get Out My Life Woman
3. Soloman Burke - Get Out My Life Woman**
4. The Honeydrippers – Impeach The President
5. Little Feat – Fool yourself
6. Lou Donaldson – Ode To Billie Joe**
7. Al Green – I’m Glad You’re Mine
8. Tom Scott – Sneakin In The Back
9. Billy Squier – The Big Beat
10. Skull Snaps – It’s A New Day
11. Melvin Bliss – Synthetic Substitution
12. Lafayette Afro-Rock Band – Hihache
13. The Five Stairsteps & Cubie – Don’t Change Your Love
14. The Soul Searchers – Ashley’s Roachclip
15. Annette Peacock – Survival
16. Assagai – Telephone Girl
17. Bob Azzam – Rain Rain Go Away
18. Clyde McPhatter – Mixed Up Cup
19. Gladys Knight & The Pips – Who Is She (And What Is She To You)
20. Black Heat – Zimba Ku
21. Fancy – Feel Good
22. Edwin Birdsong – Rapper Dapper Snapper
23. Captain Sky – Super Sperm
24. Herman Kelly & Life – Dance To The Drummer’s Beat
25. Power of Zeus – The Sorcerer of Isis
26. Aerosmith – Walk This Way**
27. Thin Lizzy – Johnny The fox Meets Jimmy The Weed
28. Harlem Underground Band Ft. Willis Jackson – Ain’t No Sunshine
29. Michael Jackson – Ain’t No Sunshine
30. Temptations – Ain’t No Sunshine**
31. Kool And The Gang – N.T.
32. Junior Mance – Thank You Fallentin Me Be Mice Elf Again
33. Isley Brothers – Footsteps In The Dark
34. Q65 – Get Out My Life Woman
35. The Mad Lads - Get Out My Life Woman**
36. Iron Butterfly - Get Out My Life Woman
37. Jeff Beck – Come Dancing
38. Christine McVie – And That’s Saying A Lot**
39. Fleetwood Mac – Prove Your Love
40. Mountain – Long Red (Live)
41. Love – Doggone
42. Manzel – Midnight Theme
43. Ocean –Put Your Hand In The Hand
44. Les Humphries Singers – Put Your Hand In The Hand
45. Elvis Presley - Put Your Hand In The Hand
46. The Meters – Hey! Last Minute (1)
47. The Meters – Hey! Last Minute (2)
48. The Meters – Here Comes The Metermen
49. The Meters – Sing A Simple Song**
50. Sly & The Family Stone – Sing A Simple Song**
51. Please - Sing A Simple Song
52. The Whatnauts – Why Can’t People Be Colors Too
53. The Headhunters – God Made Me Funky
54. Monk Higgins – One Man Band Plays All Alone
55. Dexter Wansel – Theme From The Planets
56. Cameo – Rigor Mortis
57. Funkadelic – You’ll Like It Too
58. Gaz – Sing Song
59. Tanya Gardner – Heartbeat
60. Pleasure – Bouncy Lady
61. Steve Arrington – Weak At The Knees
62. Steve Arrington – Nobody Can Be You
63. Rose Royce – Do Your Dance
64. Young Holt Unlimited – Wah Wah Man**
65. I Gres – Restless
66. Lee Dorsey – Sneakin’ Sally
67. The Winstons – Amen Brother
68. Ike & Tina Turner – Cussin’, Cryin’ And Carryin’ On
69. Ike & Tina Turner – Honky Tonk Woman**
70. Lou Rqwls – Lifetime Monologue
71. Ray Charles – Never Ending Song of Love
72. The Temprees – Explain It To Her Mama
73. Roy Ayers – The Boogie Back
74. Deodato – September The 13th**
75. 24 Carat Black – Foodstamps
76. James Brown – Funky President*
77. Fred Wesly – Four Play (1)
78. Fred Wesly – Four Play (2)
79. Fred Wesly & The Horny Horns – A Blow For Me, A Toot For You
80. Orange Krush – Action (1)
81. Orange Krush – Action (2)
82. Orange Krush – Action (3)
83. Rufus Thomas – Do The Funky Penguin (Pt. 1)*
84. Rufus Thomas – Do The Funky Penguin (Pt. 2)
85. Rufus Thomas – The Breakdown (Pt. 2)
86. David Bowie – Five Years
87. Led Zeppelin – When The Levee Breaks
88. Black Oak Arkansas – Hot And Nasty
89. Otis Redding & Carla Thomas – Tramp**
90. Lowell Fulsom – Tramp
91. Joe Tex – Papa Was Too**
92. Mary Jane Girls – All Night Long
93. Miami – chicken yellow (Give It to me Baby)
94. Wild Sugar – Bring It Here
95. Funk Inc. – Kool Is Back
96. Silhouettes – fonky first
97. S.O.U.L. – Burning Spear
98. Jackie Jackson – Is It Him Or Me
99. Sugar Billy Garner – I Got Some
100. Ohio Players – Never Had A Dream

Hit me up to cop it ...
 

LDB

Banned
Battle Points: 73
Most of my catalog of samples are not on that list! There's some very good shit on there though. Artist that can lead you to other artist not on the list.(rare shit)
 

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Godson of the Clapper
Battle Points: 19
Very nice stuff DJ Nice, thanks for sharing. But the only thing is, its like these breaks have already been used. I find it hard to feel like I have the same drums as many other producers. I know with eqing/ect. that these breaks can be changed, but I still want to stay original.

This drum kit is definitely good for educational reasons though, for sure.
 

Haze47

THE URBAN ARCHEOLOGIST
*** ill o.g. ***
nah man thats shit, i could use a break that has been used by 1000 people and peeps wither wouldnt notice, or B) wouldnt give a shit anyway

why, if someone else has used it you cant? wjat just cuz they found it first. bullshit!!!! just use it better than them, then folks be saying "have you heard so and sos tune, its sick" "yeah but have you heard this one, they dreaked it sooooooooo much better"

then you gety props via association

free marketing as i see it
 

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Godson of the Clapper
Battle Points: 19
I feel ya Haze. But I still feel like if everyone uses the same drum kits, its hard to be original. I know that many, many breaks are just reused by even the best producers in the game. But I personally like to use different stuff then everyone else. I will probably chop up and use some certain stuff from this kit, but thats mainly because I haven't found many new breaks on records lately.

Everyone does it there own way though. Whatever works, its all good.
 

2GooD Productions

Its a fucking conspiracy!
*** ill o.g. ***
Battle Points: 179
I feel ya Haze. But I still feel like if everyone uses the same drum kits, its hard to be original. I know that many, many breaks are just reused by even the best producers in the game. But I personally like to use different stuff then everyone else. I will probably chop up and use some certain stuff from this kit, but thats mainly because I haven't found many new breaks on records lately.

Everyone does it there own way though. Whatever works, its all good.
You make samples your own by multi layering them to suit how you want it to sound, but sometimes if it aint broke dont try to fix it.
 

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