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Freddie Brazil & Pitbulljones- The Contract (2001)

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Aug 12, 2016 | 1:29 AM EDT
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3 min 44 sec
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4.49 / 5.00

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Freddie Brazil & Pitbulljones- The Contract (2001)
Oh dear mother of god. I found an old album of my first recordings, it's probably older than a fair few people who frequent this site. This track, and the album it comes from are my very first recordings back when I were about 15/16 years old. I gigged these, I mean legitimately toured the UK with a shitty strat rip off and my most esteemed lyricist Freddie Brazil. We knew our tunes held up regardless of our rawness....orutter incompetence. This track, my fellows is fucking awesome, with or without the poor guitar and vocal quality. Tunes a hum fucking dinger and I will be making a new version of this one day. Any how, i found this on an old CD, centre stereo'd flat as fuck.....so a quick 30 minute remaster i did. Added a bit of verb, stereo enhancement, 30 band eq, full dynamics and a mastering and harmonic suite. It aint much better than the original but its probably about 30% more brighter. If memory recalls this was recorded through one of those old shitty 'pro' soundcards which clearly werent.....that's the name i just remembered a Creative Soundblaster... in a basement, with a di guitar and a di vocal. its nostalgic for me. you lot will most likely hate it. I were 15/16 for christ sake!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

This reminds me of something - what it is, I'm not sure but it's got a good feel.

Again - hard to capture great audio on sub-par equipment but your work is damn decent man.

I'd like to hear a revisit but I know how that goes - getting back around to an older project is so hard sometimes. I hope you continue to record.

Reviewing older works is hard because there were so many little things that could go wrong back in the day and often the only surviving recordings are in less than ideal condition but this is better than a lot of newer junk. I think it holds up.