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Defeat Dominator is really a pseudonym of manufacturer Neil Case, among the premiere forces in bass music, a kind of hip-hop that specializes in its capability to create subsonic bass frequencies. He got his begin being a DJ in his indigenous Jamaica, where he initial became captivated by the reduced frequencies within the information he was rotating. Shifting to employment as an helper engineer in Kingston’s Active Sound Studios, he caused reggae legends like Jimmy Cliff and Peter Tosh while learning the specialized areas of a documenting profession. After years behind the planks at Active, he shifted to Miami and began launching homemade bass mixes comprising his own materials. Going beneath the alias of Defeat Dominator for the very first 2 yrs, he made a decision to change to the greater relevant Bass Mekanik moniker in 1994. Still, he previously made this kind of mark because the Defeat Dominator that he continuing release a albums under that name aswell. Teaming with Keith Rosenberg within the Bass Inc. task helped to make a difference between his two aliases, but after a short attempt at producing the Defeat Dominator even more techno-oriented, there is nothing differentiating both projects with the past due ’90s. After launching a steady blast of bass albums within the ’90s beneath the Defeat Dominator moniker, Case appears to have retired it within the wake of beginning www.BassMekanik.com, the record label/internet site that produces his Bass Mekanik tasks.

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Full Name Bass Mekanik
Profession Disc jockey
Music Songs Bass Mechanic, Bass Ballin, Can U Feel the Bass, Night Bass, Doctor Oblivion, Faster Harder Louder, King Of Bass, Welcome Stranger, Bass Music, How Do U Say... BASS?, Bass All Day, Bass Can U Hear Me, Bass Test, Low Teknology, Lock on Target, 808 Tune Up, Suck My Bass, Bass, Boom, Bottom, Max Killa Hertz, Drop the Bass, Sine Sweep, Aktivate, Terminate, Roll Yo Bones, Funky Annihilating Bass, Competition Hertz, Can U Hear Me?, Bass Zone, 2000 Beatz, Bass Trap, Dubalicious, Reggae Machine, Tekno Kanik
Albums Quad Maximus, Sonic Overload, Techno-Bass, Mad Mike Presents Pimpin Ass Bass, V5.0, Max Killa Hertz, Eastern Bass, Hyper Techno Bass, Faster Harder Louder, Bass Station Zero, Lowd Slowd, Techno Bass Phase 2, I Rock Bass, Bass - IK Instinkt, Boom Style, Tone Pak, Kontrol, Bass Trap, 808, Power, Download, Reload, Pimpin' Ass Bass (Ringtone), Jazz, Powerbox: The Bassest Hits, The Remix Album, Techno Bass Hits: 10th Anniversary Edition, Tokyo Drift EP, The Best of Food for Woofers, Flow: Music & Beyond, Bass Ballin': The Crunk Collection

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