#1
Now, im assuming most if not all the other forum regulars/hiphop lovers have seen this amazing film. (Scratch)I just watched it again the other day and I forgot how crazy some/all the things you see on it are.
Mix master mike mixing that dead prez bassline with the robert jonson record was mental, the switch is so smooth but so drastic- and you see him do it right before you!!!!

Edit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DLED7krHwU&search=scratch%20mix%20master%20mike

Qbert as usual, showes some spacy scratch and Cut chemist's groove was fun to watch again. (amongst many other greats featured)

+Anyone who hasnt seen this movie, it basically a documentary about the DJ side of Hiphop and how it all started and progressed. The film showes alot of execellent footage of some greats scratching up thier decks and is just really really great watching.

Even if you dont like scrach/hiphop- by the end of the film you will, or at least have some respect and different perspective of it all- greatly reccommended.+

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IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0143861/

Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000DINKC/qid=1149100115/sr=8-15/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i15_xgl/203-1851435-5697546
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Last edited by Blackbullet at May 31, 2006,
#2
Sounds a good viewing. Haven't heard of it before but I may have to look into it
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#3
Scratching and DJing IS ****ING AWESOME.... i need to watch that VERY VERY URGENTLY.

any links to some sections of that documentary anywhere?
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Scratching and DJing IS ****ING AWESOME.... i need to watch that VERY VERY URGENTLY.

any links to some sections of that documentary anywhere?


Not that I know of sorry dude, youtube probably has some clips though.

...and yes, if you love DJing/scratching- this is a MUST SEE documentary.

Edit: I found the clip of Mix master mike that I was on about in the first post...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DLED7krHwU&search=scratch%20mix%20master%20mike
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Last edited by Blackbullet at May 31, 2006,
#5
^ That is so damn good! Gotta get ahold of that documentary.
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#6
The way he scratched the singing there so they could be the notes he wanted was cool. When I'm really bored I search YouTube for stuff and YouTube has some sweet DJ videos, fo' realz.
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#7
Haha, thats ****ing dope! Gonna go check this **** out now.
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^ That is so damn good! Gotta get ahold of that documentary.


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The way he scratched the singing there so they could be the notes he wanted was cool.





Definately. That clip doesnt even scratch the surface (non-intended bad pun)of the rest of the stuff in the film though, some of the beat juggling is crazy- its like the 'shred' of DJing lol.
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#10
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You can get it off DC++ fairly easily if you have a decent internet connection and enough songs on your computer to get into a decent hub. Otherwise I don't know where you could get it.


I saw it on some torrent sites.
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