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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #25 on: November 20, 2009, 03:22:40 PM »
It was confirmed to be produced by Scott Storch, right? Dr. Dre just mixed it, Storch made the beat.
there's a lot more to being the producer than just being the guy who made the beat. 
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #26 on: November 20, 2009, 03:53:01 PM »
there are some other notable ones but these are the ones that do it for me. my taste is pretty particular. 50's 'Talk About Me' is probably another personal favourite 8)

i'd like to see to see some arguments for other dre tracks from the last few years though...


dude, you made a topic about this not too long ago

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #27 on: November 20, 2009, 07:10:40 PM »
no relapse beat ?

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #28 on: November 20, 2009, 09:49:37 PM »
Only misinformed people seem to not understand how Dr.Dre works.

He doesn't necessarily create the music but is like a conductor or a tutor.  He's always there watching and tweaking.  The final sound is a reflection of Dr. Dre.   There's two different type of respect.

There's the respect I have for Dj Khalil and his band for being original and creating insane music with instruments.

There's the respect I have for Dr.Dre for capturing sound in such a smooth and unique way.
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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #29 on: November 21, 2009, 03:55:32 AM »
What about the Lost One instrumental? Also, a couple of those relapse beats are to me detox worthy
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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #30 on: November 21, 2009, 05:24:44 AM »
What about the Lost One instrumental? Also, a couple of those relapse beats are to me detox worthy

indeed...the only real Detox worthy song until now is actually Underground by Eminem....if anyone can find the instrumental of that song it would be really awesome....


All the other tracks are too old or just inappropriate.


Get up is sooo overrated. It is NOT a hit, if it was was, then by now it would be clear by the public's response. Creatively it is just a failed attempt to make a harder club banger that In de Club was, but at the end it lacks the originality in the simplicity that In Da Club had thus making it much weaker.

Add Hallelujah by Bishop Lamont to the list.

Add It Hurt too.

These are tracks that stand out.
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #31 on: November 21, 2009, 06:01:20 AM »
Fast Lane was dope!

Can anyone up the instrumental please

edit: lol its from 2000  ::)
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LOOOL
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #32 on: November 21, 2009, 06:59:10 AM »
Fast Lane was dope!

Can anyone up the instrumental please

edit: lol its from 2000  ::)

40 Fast Lane _Bilal_.mp3 - 2.56MB

is that the one?

it's only 2 mins long though, dont have a longer one
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #33 on: November 21, 2009, 07:14:45 AM »
Fast Lane was dope!

Can anyone up the instrumental please

edit: lol its from 2000  ::)

how about this (credit goes to FLAC Master Nooc210) http://www.mediafire.com/?h2zwmmvgmzz

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #34 on: November 21, 2009, 11:35:23 AM »
"Imagine" was very plain . It had the cookie cutter sound of all his latest shit that he has been doing . The piano and claps sounds like the garbage he gave to Jay Z for his flop of an album a few years ago. "Shit Popped Off" was weak and was created by The Buchanons .We need beats like "The Knoc " and " Death to My Enemies" that have a creative sound to them , not more of that shit that he's been doing that sounds like it was just shit out of a generic beat factory . Beats  like "Break Ya Neck" or "U Know" are the type of shit we need from him . He can keep that bullshit in the vaults like that "Psycho" track from 50's album.
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #35 on: November 21, 2009, 11:42:04 AM »
Fast Lane was dope!

Can anyone up the instrumental please

edit: lol its from 2000  ::)

40 Fast Lane _Bilal_.mp3 - 2.56MB

is that the one?

it's only 2 mins long though, dont have a longer one

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how about this (credit goes to FLAC Master Nooc210) http://www.mediafire.com/?h2zwmmvgmzz
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NICE THX

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #36 on: November 21, 2009, 11:49:53 AM »
"I Like " by Knoc was another creative beat . Fuck that bullshit he gave to Slim Thugg that sounds like pianos and claps . " Round Here " was decent , too.
 

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« Reply #37 on: November 21, 2009, 12:35:47 PM »
"Imagine" was very plain . It had the cookie cutter sound of all his latest shit that he has been doing . The piano and claps sounds like the garbage he gave to Jay Z for his flop of an album a few years ago. "Shit Popped Off" was weak and was created by The Buchanons .We need beats like "The Knoc " and " Death to My Enemies" that have a creative sound to them , not more of that shit that he's been doing that sounds like it was just shit out of a generic beat factory . Beats  like "Break Ya Neck" or "U Know" are the type of shit we need from him . He can keep that bullshit in the vaults like that "Psycho" track from 50's album.

Are you kidding? Imagine and Lost One shit on those two instrumentals.
 

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« Reply #38 on: November 21, 2009, 12:54:13 PM »
I never really liked the beat of "Imagine", "Round Here" was way better.
 

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« Reply #39 on: November 21, 2009, 12:59:52 PM »
Not only was Round Here a sample which Dre already used, its almost exactly the same as the original instrumental by dido, which was a mainstream hit. If Dre's going to use samples, then he needs to find more obscure sources and put a creative spin on it, not just add drums.
 

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« Reply #40 on: November 21, 2009, 01:03:40 PM »
Not only was Round Here a sample which Dre already used, its almost exactly the same as the original instrumental by dido, which was a mainstream hit. If Dre's going to use samples, then he needs to find more obscure sources and put a creative spin on it, not just add drums.
for the second time, Dre didn't produce Stan...

there are some other notable ones but these are the ones that do it for me. my taste is pretty particular. 50's 'Talk About Me' is probably another personal favourite 8)

i'd like to see to see some arguments for other dre tracks from the last few years though...


dude, you made a topic about this not too long ago

outta control remix thread is a bi-monthly event hombres :sombrero:
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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #41 on: November 21, 2009, 01:07:16 PM »
Not only was Round Here a sample which Dre already used, its almost exactly the same as the original instrumental by dido, which was a mainstream hit. If Dre's going to use samples, then he needs to find more obscure sources and put a creative spin on it, not just add drums.

I knew somebody had to fuckin say that. It don't matter if it's a sample, i just like that beat more than the beat of "Imagine".
 

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« Reply #42 on: November 21, 2009, 01:18:28 PM »
Not only was Round Here a sample which Dre already used, its almost exactly the same as the original instrumental by dido, which was a mainstream hit. If Dre's going to use samples, then he needs to find more obscure sources and put a creative spin on it, not just add drums.
for the second time, Dre didn't produce Stan...

regardless, he still mixed the entire album. I can't give him any producing points on Round Here when its already been done before, especially on a project he was overlooking.
 

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« Reply #43 on: November 21, 2009, 01:24:45 PM »
Not only was Round Here a sample which Dre already used, its almost exactly the same as the original instrumental by dido, which was a mainstream hit. If Dre's going to use samples, then he needs to find more obscure sources and put a creative spin on it, not just add drums.
for the second time, Dre didn't produce Stan...

regardless, he still mixed the entire album. I can't give him any producing points on Round Here when its already been done before, especially on a project he was overlooking.
boohoo, so you can only use a sample once in hip hop  :P

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« Reply #44 on: November 21, 2009, 01:42:37 PM »
Not only was Round Here a sample which Dre already used, its almost exactly the same as the original instrumental by dido, which was a mainstream hit. If Dre's going to use samples, then he needs to find more obscure sources and put a creative spin on it, not just add drums.
for the second time, Dre didn't produce Stan...

regardless, he still mixed the entire album. I can't give him any producing points on Round Here when its already been done before, especially on a project he was overlooking.
boohoo, so you can only use a sample once in hip hop  :P

You don't seem to quite understand the point I'm making. It didn't take very much skill to make Round Here, even though yes, the instrumental is dope. He took it straight from another song and added some effects. Dr. Dre is a producing legend. Detox is supposed to be a showcase of his producing skills. The song Round Here was not an example of his amazing producing skills. Its something any producer could've done. hell, if he's going to do that then why not just make new songs over the 2001 instrumentals?
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #45 on: November 21, 2009, 02:24:31 PM »
seems like there is some divided opinion on 'imagine'. i wouldn't like a whole album of tracks like this, but as far as cinematic, mellow bangers (if such a thing exists) go, its masterful.

i could care less for any of the tracks on relapse really. even if you take away eminem, the actual music doesn't really do it for me. bagpipes from baghdad is pretty dope though.

the big, dramatic sounding tracks like 'don't get carried away' and 'underground' are undeniably dope in their own way, but it's not really the musical/rythmic direction that i love or would like to hear much of on detox. there's a particular kind of bounce and groove that dre has mostly strayed away from, but i'm confident we'll get to hear it again.

dawaun parker has commented that dre's own personal sound (the one we will hear on detox) is much more funk/soul influenced compared to say his eminem or 50 cent works. something to look forward to 8)

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #46 on: November 21, 2009, 03:02:45 PM »
seems like there is some divided opinion on 'imagine'. i wouldn't like a whole album of tracks like this, but as far as cinematic, mellow bangers (if such a thing exists) go, its masterful.

i could care less for any of the tracks on relapse really. even if you take away eminem, the actual music doesn't really do it for me. bagpipes from baghdad is pretty dope though.

the big, dramatic sounding tracks like 'don't get carried away' and 'underground' are undeniably dope in their own way, but it's not really the musical/rythmic direction that i love or would like to hear much of on detox. there's a particular kind of bounce and groove that dre has mostly strayed away from, but i'm confident we'll get to hear it again.

dawaun parker has commented that dre's own personal sound (the one we will hear on detox) is much more funk/soul influenced compared to say his eminem or 50 cent works. something to look forward to 8)

dres sound has always been more funk orientated than the stuff he drops for 50 and especially eminem which is more organised, less crazy. I remember hearing beats like still dre, big egos, fuck you instrumentals and be like shiiit, that was pure funk mixed with gangstaaa shit.

I think a beat which is actually kinda bangin is the joint dre did with ti and kobe which got released before it came out in proper version. The instrumental has alot of crazy shit goin on it if u listen properly. Its catchy, kinda funky and that stopwatch clock sorta sound, i cant describe was bangin.

I agree though, where u say last couple of years, it makes it harder to think because dre aint been as active and then suddenly produces a whole eminem album. The eminem album had some nice beats, but nothing detox worthy imo. Alot of it was recycled shit, nice but abit too recycled, then were was one or two kinda niice shit but not in a detox sound way. As in i couldnt imagine dre spittin over it on detox.

In the end in my opinion im sure detox will follow up the sound of chronic and then 2001 with a new sound but it will still be mainly futuristic funk/ headbangin gangsta music but it'll be more sould influenced than previously, which i have no complaints with because i love my soul shit. Also it'll be more musically organised than before, not sure if i want that, i like it when dre just goes wild in the studio but we'll see.

See if you speak of beats since he released 2001, theres so many bangin beats, but if you speak of just recently i think he's been hard creating a new sound, so we dont know where he is with it.

Best bet would be to see his stuff on 50s album and while its not groundbreaking or anything, i think it was nice to see dre's music standing out in comparison to others again, its been a while since i felt like that so i think he is going in the right direction right now. Im sure he got heat locked away now. Im talkin serious heat!

But again with detox it'll be about the whole joint, thats what made 2001 and chronic, the music was brilliant but it was backed up. It didnt have cats like obie trice on it who wouldnt know what to do with amazing music, it had niggaz who could rip a joint and make amazing music do it for him...shiit just speakin this makes me feel sorry for dre, he is in such a difficult situation lol.

One thing for sure is, when the album drops, it'll be dope. He cant spend this long without having bangers, dres too good not to. Whether it worth the time we waited though...thats the tough part of dre.

 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #47 on: November 21, 2009, 03:28:00 PM »
"I Like " by Knoc was another creative beat .

Yeah that beat bangs
 

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #48 on: November 21, 2009, 04:57:01 PM »
dont forget what dj quick said after he heard about 4 hours of detox material :

"he's remixing chopin and symphony stuff, insanity !"

So we might expect some classical orchestrated stuff...

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Re: Matty's Detox Standard DRE Cuts (Max Quality)
« Reply #49 on: November 21, 2009, 05:22:39 PM »
Detox worthy beats as follows ( all are creative and dope )

1)  The Knoc

2)  U Know

3) X

4) Break Ya Neck

5) Death to My Enemies

6) Just Dippin'

7) Truck Volume

8) Mentally Disturbed

9) Round Here

10) That leaked Detox track with Nas and Slim Tha Mobster