Aw, that HipHop tune is not available for me... too bad. But Diggy and Eva are cool, they know SketchUp as well or what? (pssst, I do that too - right now in our bed my wife sees a face-me component with my photo, while I sit next door chatting with you, hehe)
Well admitted, Tiger Hifi does not have the same impact like the other two geman groups. But if you like FFD you might be interested in another production from Berlin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e118aeP0 ... re=related
Rythm&Sound is one of my favorites when digging deeper into the Dub jungle.
Too deep? I am getting afraid to scare you, next time I will be posting music from a totally different style for sure. Promise.
(Ah so what, by now everyone thinks that I am a bloody weed smoker anyway - and I can't even blame those who do, because there truly is a lot of that in the Reggae scene)
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Many of the vernacular forms of English spoken in the Caribbean are also referred to as patois (occasionally spelled in this context patwah). It is noted especially in reference to Jamaican Patois from 1934. Jamaican Patois language comprises words of the native languages of the many races within the Caribbean including Latin, Spanish, Hindi, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Amerindian, and English along with several African dialects. Some islands have creole dialects influenced by their linguistic diversity; French, Spanish, Latin, Hindi, Arabic, Hebrew, German, Dutch, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and others. Patois are also spoken in the Atlantic coast of Costa Rica and other Caribbean islands such as Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana in South America.