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on 21 June 2007
Opening with a sample from the movie 'Thirteen Ghosts', N-Type keeps the whole mix dark, deep and bassy with original styles, but all in the N-Type, mostly dubs. Very Nice mixing and turntable trickery: nice vocals and mixing basslines. Pure Dubstep and bassy. A little more variety than the previous Allstar CDs with more variety of artists - loving Coki's sounds!

Track listing:
1. Hatcha & Benga - Torment
2. LD - Swing Dat Skirt
3. Coki - Not Today
4. Benga & Coki - Night
5. Kromestar - Slow Reaction
6. Landslide vs. SLT Mob - Splurt (Skream rmx)
7. Benga - Drumz West
8. Skream - Chest Boxing
9. Quantum - Unknown
10. D1 - Malfunction
11. Kromestar - Darth Soul
12. Coki - Volvic
13. Benga - Electric
14. N-Type - Way of the Dub (Casper rmx)
15. Magnetic Man - Soulz (Benga rmx)
16. Distance - Radical
17. Uknown - Burnin'
18. Pinch & Distance - Memory Loss
19. Magnetic Man - Alright What's Happenin'
20. Skream - Make me
21. Coki - Ruff Lovin'
22. Juju - Punks
23. Tes La Rok - Lickashot
24. Kromestar - Kalawanji 2
25. Tes LA Rok - Roll Out
26. Magnetic Man - Ligma
27. Matty G - 50,000 Watts
28. Benga & Walsh - Bingo
29. Benga - Back in the Day
30. Benga - Crunked Up
31. Hijak - Tears
32. Coki - Red Eye
33. Coki - Soundboy
34. Kromestar - Coca Cola
35. Coki - The Sign
36. The Others - Flapjack Dub
37. Rusko & Casper - Custard Chucker
38. Benga - The Fittest
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on 11 December 2007
N-Type was obviously the best man to make the next Allstars CD. Great tunes, built up with next to flawless mixing, helping you literally feel the bass in your chest. Great use of vocals as well, seeing as vocals are not predominant in Dubstep, but here it's moderated nicely. Like another review said, this Dubstep Allstars differs from the other in terms of variety and it's just straight up heavier.

Soundboy (33) is reminiscent of Baroque music, with the light sounding stringed instrument carrying it through to the filthy 'Coca Cola'.

The thing I can't get over is the bass, which is manipulated incredibly, aswell as some tasty beats. Best CD I've bought in a long while.
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on 25 January 2008
well if u like heavy bass, and dubstep, this is the cd for you. starts off pretty light, but tunes like chest boxing, volvic, electric, get the old wobble bass going. awesome cd.
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on 29 August 2011
Without a doubt the most energetic of all the allstars volumes. N-Type achieves this through rapid mixing and a constant assault of bass. Features a nice range of producers and styles throughout. Highlights being tracks by coki such as the burning and soundboy dubplates which are still highly popular nowadays. Definately an essential purchase to anyone thats new to the genre.
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on 23 August 2016
Out of all of this series of dubstep compilations, this one really does it for me. Every tune on it is lovely, perfectly intertwined and as dark as walking through a South East London housing estate on your own at midnight. It's scary dark, menacing and bass heavy, perfect music for a drive by shooting. Stop messing around and get it.
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on 1 March 2015
One hell of an ear piercingly horrible song on it.
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on 20 February 2009
A must have CD, a dubsteppa's delight of a mix!. if your properly into your dubstep your going to love it, unlike 'Mr.Adam Lanceman' (who gave it 3 stars), clearly aint feelin' it. Big tracks, lots of wobbles and heavy basslines, its all there! I LOVE DUBSTEP! JA"!
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on 21 September 2007
I bought this out of curiosity as i had never heard of Dub step, it is like a very slow drum and bass, a little too slow, a few more BPM would have made it a little more funky, there are plenty of bass lines and odd noises in this mix, but far too few vocals, when there was vocals, a new dimension was gained, this style of music could evolve to be very interesting, especially if Hip Hop dj's threw in samples and cuts.
An interesting listen, but not exciting enough.
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