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Blaze the Fire (Rah!) [Remixes] [feat. General Levy] - EP

Danny Byrd

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Customer Reviews

It's just a bit of fun.

And there's nowt wrong with that. Loads of people are making 'proper' DnB, so Danny's doing something different. It's total cheese, but it makes me want to jump and down, so I'm loving it.

Absolutely awful!

This is my first negative review and it had to be done as this is just so so bad as in not good at all! I really don't know who the target audience is here but it comes across as a shameless wannabe mainstream hit considering the Danny's previous excellent back cat. Have a listen to cure your curiosity & then leave!

Mixed Bag

Sub Zero mix is excellent - forget the rest.

Biography

Born: Bath, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A well-respected figure on the noughties drum'n'bass scene, producer Danny Byrd finally broke through to the mainstream ten years after signing his first record deal. Born in Bath, South West England, Byrd started making music on a cheap sampler keyboard after developing a love of the early-'90s rave sound. After upgrading to a professional sampler at the age of 17, one of his tracks, "Manhattan," received support from influential DJs Fabio & Grooverider, and in 2000 he became one of the first...
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