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  1. #31
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    i'm starting to think that "Lentos ID" from Washington could have something to do with Tucandeo.. those synths, melody, bassline and that reverb at the end of every beat phrase reminds me of them.. could be a colab also.. or is it just me

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    Quote Originally Posted by axt View Post
    i'm starting to think that "Lentos ID" from Washington could have something to do with Tucandeo.. those synths, melody, bassline and that reverb at the end of every beat phrase reminds me of them.. could be a colab also.. or is it just me

    Yup, I have to agree with you.

    I bet that Lentos are behind Transmission ID

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    Quote Originally Posted by engels24tsb View Post
    The Thrillseekers - Synaesthesia (ID Remix) is not the ALEX MORPH Remix????
    i don't believe so, although it's been a while at this point
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    This new ID from Transmission def. has to be a new Mr. Pit... the sound of it and some things used just resemble so much to his style

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/VDUF-cDRcm8

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9qQRUfBRRs

    so far i've seen so many guesses about this track, probably the most dubious ID ever: Pobsky, Space Rockerz, KhoMha, Rex Mundi, Tucandeo, Markus, Mr. Pit, Basil O'Glue, Beat Service, Lentos =))

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    I read this in Markus' latest blog:
    (...) no set of mine would be complete without a few pesky IDs in there (...). Right now I’m debating on whether or not to use them in the city compilation, so just want to keep the identity of the tracks under wraps for now.
    so we have to be patient for a while until the current IDs will be revealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armada3588 View Post
    This new ID from Transmission def. has to be a new Mr. Pit... the sound of it and some things used just resemble so much to his style

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/VDUF-cDRcm8
    I think this one's Khomha, it's a really heavy track and the bass is much more like Khomha's. On the other hand I think that Track 09 from Escape from Wonderland is Mr. Pit, the bass and percussion is very similar to his remix of Katowice and the melody doesn't sound to far off from what he would make. I'd put my money on these.

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    The transmission ID is definitely KhoMha, there's too many similar noises to many of his other productions for it not to be

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    The Washington D.C. ID is 100% Tucandeo. Listening to the remix of Lonely on this weeks GDJB, the similarities are striking.

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    updated first post. fyi, i took the lift off silence "triple mashup" off because markus said something in his blog about it and didn't mention anything about a third song in there.
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