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DJ Shadow - What Does Your Soul Look Like - Mo Wax - Break Beat

DJ Shadow - What Does Your Soul Look Like - Mo Wax - Break Beat
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Track Listing

A1 What Does Your Soul Look Like Part II
A2 What Does Your Soul Look Like Part III
B1 What Does Your Soul Look Like Part IV
B2 What Does Your Soul Look Like Part I

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Artist DJ Shadow
Title What Does Your Soul Look Like
Label Mo Wax
Catalogue MW027
Format Vinyl 12 Inch
Released 1994
Genre Break Beat

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Information on the Break Beat Genre

The term breakbeat has become synonymous with the many genres of breaks music which have become popular within the global dance music scene, including big beat, nu skool breaks and progressive breaks. DJs from a variety of genres, including house and techno, work breaks tracks into their sets. This may occur because the tempo of breaks tracks (ranging from 110 to 150 beats per minute) means they can be readily mixed with these genres, whereas the comparatively fast speed of jungle and drum and bass (160-180 bpm) may have restricted the utility of these subgenres to DJs playing slower-tempo music. Some artists well known for breakbeat include The Freestylers, NAPT, Dj Loopy, Pendulum, Soul Of Man, Dj deekline and wizard, Ben & Lex, The Breakfastaz, Ctrl Z, Stanton Warriors, Dj Icey, Freq Nasty and Plump DJ's.

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