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Pressure  Feat. Warrior Queen - Money Honey FLAC album

Tracklist

A Money Honey (Original) 3:45
B Money Honey (Remix) 4:56

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Transition Mastering Studios

Credits

  • Mastered By [Cut By, Uncredited] – Jason Goz
  • Vocals [Featuring] – Warrior Queen

Notes

www.hyperdub.net
[email protected]

A: 135 BPM / B: 135 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Engraving Both Sides): TRANSITION

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HDB002 Pressure Feat. Warrior Queen Pressure Feat. Warrior Queen - Money Honey ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Hyperdub HDB002 UK 2005
HDB002 Pressure Feat. Warrior Queen Pressure Feat. Warrior Queen - Money Honey ‎(2xFile, FLAC) Hyperdub HDB002 UK 2005


Pressure  Feat. Warrior Queen - Money Honey FLAC album

Musician performer: Pressure

Title: Money Honey

Country: UK

Date of release: 2005

Style: Dubstep

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1788 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 815

Other Formats: MOD AC3 ADX APE DXD WAV MP4

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Andriodtargeted
Here, Kevin Martin, known for his work as The Bug as well as a member of Techno Animal, Curse of the Golden Vampire, God, and Ice, tries his hand at the dubstep sound. Assisted by the consistent and solid Warrior Queen, "Money Honey" doesn't sound a whole lot like other artists on the Hyperdub roster, but still manages to fit in well enough. The remix applies the dancehall sound of The Bug, albeit a surprisingly subdued one, to the original's formula. I would have appreciated a proper distorted ragga assault here, but perhaps that would have undermined the purpose of Martin using a brand new pseudonym.
Andriodtargeted
Here, Kevin Martin, known for his work as The Bug as well as a member of Techno Animal, Curse of the Golden Vampire, God, and Ice, tries his hand at the dubstep sound. Assisted by the consistent and solid Warrior Queen, "Money Honey" doesn't sound a whole lot like other artists on the Hyperdub roster, but still manages to fit in well enough. The remix applies the dancehall sound of The Bug, albeit a surprisingly subdued one, to the original's formula. I would have appreciated a proper distorted ragga assault here, but perhaps that would have undermined the purpose of Martin using a brand new pseudonym.
mIni-Like
This has all the hallmarks of a Kevin Martin, AKA The Bug, production or at least to me it does. When I first put it on I had it on at 33 and the original version seems to take on a far more manacing characteristic than playing it at the correct 45. I prefer the remix at 45, though it still doesn't sound quite right to me, it feels a bit too quick and the vocals are almost taking on that chipmonk sound. All in all either way the orginal's better than the remix.
mIni-Like
This has all the hallmarks of a Kevin Martin, AKA The Bug, production or at least to me it does. When I first put it on I had it on at 33 and the original version seems to take on a far more manacing characteristic than playing it at the correct 45. I prefer the remix at 45, though it still doesn't sound quite right to me, it feels a bit too quick and the vocals are almost taking on that chipmonk sound. All in all either way the orginal's better than the remix.