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Insane songs to play on your SVS


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#41 of 53 OFFLINE   Tim Hoover

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Posted August 18 2003 - 05:27 AM

The song "I Love You" from Daniel Lanois newest album Shine also has some good bass. There's a really low pedal tone at the beginning, and then just lots of loud bass after that...
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#42 of 53 OFFLINE   Robert Lovejoy

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Posted August 18 2003 - 09:41 AM

From Beth Orton's latest, the last song, "Thinking About Tomorrow" has some very satisfying bass.

#43 of 53 OFFLINE   Martin Fontaine

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Posted August 18 2003 - 01:56 PM

Alisha's Attic - She's a Heroine Gosh! Never mind a fan, a front ported PC Sub with this song playing generates plenty of wind!!! Also from that same album of theirs, When U Coming Home is pretty bassy too! They are not too famous unfortunately and that album (The Attic Vaults 1) is only available through the fan club but those 2 tracks are good sub demos!
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#44 of 53 OFFLINE   Mike-W

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Posted August 22 2003 - 02:07 PM

Return to Forever Medieval Overture. At one point towards the end of the song there is a synthesizer part that sweeps down towards subsonic. You feel it more than you hear it. Posted Image

#45 of 53 OFFLINE   Greg-ST

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Posted August 22 2003 - 03:07 PM

I'd second the Bassgasm stuff from Techmaster P.E.B. A couple of songs off of the Halo soundtrack CD also have some very nice bass.

#46 of 53 OFFLINE   Ryan_C

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Posted August 25 2003 - 03:01 PM

I'll third the soundtrack from Fight Club. Especially track 3 I think it is. Most insane bass I have ever heard.
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#47 of 53 OFFLINE   Seth V

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Posted August 25 2003 - 05:38 PM

Try Kodo', they are a japanese drum group, very intense stuff. Especially their song The Hunted. Other songs to try out are ones by Yello. The Album Zebra has one called Do It which will really put any sub to the test. The Yello album Baby has a lot of killer songs like Who's Gone and On The Run. Of course Si Senor The Hairy Grill is definitely one to listen to like Shane Morales recommended. SV

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Posted August 26 2003 - 11:55 AM

Korn - Falling away from me and dead bodies everywhere

#49 of 53 OFFLINE   Tab Nichols

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Posted August 26 2003 - 01:32 PM

More Human Than Human (Meet Bambi In The King's Harem Mix)

At about 3:00 mins into the song there is a great droning note that will kick you in the teeth. I couldnt guess what frequency though....

Bass Mekanik is great, if you like listening to test tones. His music is somewhat "lacking" shall we say?

Much as I dispise them, Insane Clown Posse has a great song called "The Nedden Game." If you like rap, you might like this... VERY bass heavy, but it actually carries a beat.

The Aerosmith "A Little South of Sanity" double disk CD has some great bass in it. Actually, it may be one of the best live recordings I've ever heard... Very well produced.

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#50 of 53 OFFLINE   Anthony Connor

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Posted August 26 2003 - 10:40 PM

Chemical Brothers "Surrender" I think it is either the first track or the second track and it is basically like a Pink noise test you get with the calibration DVD's. This has to be pretty low. Regards AXE
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#51 of 53 OFFLINE   Jon-C

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Posted September 13 2003 - 02:18 PM

Smashing Pumpkins "Siamese Dream". I haven't listened to this album in a while. I cued it up today and WOW...I love my PB2+. Posted Image

#52 of 53 OFFLINE   Shane Morales

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Posted October 31 2003 - 05:49 AM

I have a new contender: The Xylem Flow mix of William Orbit's "Water From a Vine Leaf". This is personally the most insane bass I've ever heard. Alas, this song is very hard to find.

There's a short demo at amazon.com. The Real Player version is much better than the Windows Media one.

Email me for a much better sample and see for yourself.
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#53 of 53 OFFLINE   Cameron Yee

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Posted October 31 2003 - 11:16 AM

Sinead O'Connor's "Faith and Courage," specifically "No Man's Woman," "Jealous" and "Dancing Lessons." Not insane but satisfying. I also agree with the first track of Sting's "Brand New Day." I have it as a DTS CD so I'm assuming it's LFE.




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