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    I eventually got a (faulty) 2nd hand tape of the album, and finally in got the CD new from Key Mail Order. Well, the album is disappointing on the whole - the non-single album tracks are frankly sh1te. It's worth owning for the singles, which are of course fantastic. Another annoying thing about the album is that Megablast (hip-hop on.
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    Bomb The Bass' No debut album, "Into The Dragon" moved the musical goal posts on its release in October The album is a successful blend of breakbeats, samples and scratching, first witnessed on their debut and from nowhere single 'Beat Dis' that reached No.2 in the UK singles charts.
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    Mar 14,  · In the Sun, an Album by Bomb the Bass. Released 7 June on O*Solo (catalog no. CATSOLO; CD)/5(17).
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    Truly reflective of the first tidal wave of commercial house in the UK and overseas, Bomb the Bass had further hits with Dont Make Me Wait, Megablast and Say A Little Prayer. Beat Dis brings a smile to the face and a tear to the eye of anybody fortunate enough to be involved in dance music in the late 80's!