Basic Physics – Lift Off (Free MASSIVE Album) [ELECTRO-HOUSE] [PROGRESSIVE-HOUSE]

Posted By: Eric Robberts On:


This is definitely the biggest thing to happen in the Electro-House / Progressive-House bootleg/mashup world since Market Price remixed the Jay-Z & Kanye West’s album “Watch The Throne”. The Girl Talk of EDM has arrived in the form of Basic Physics and you’re going to like what you hear! I think this album will please pretty much everybody, even if you are not a big electro head. Basic Physics took some of the biggest Electro/Prog tracks at the moment + some classics (*Daft Punk*) and added some epic vocals from the likes of Lil Wayne, LMFAO, Twista, Busta Rhymes, Martin Solveig and a LOT more on tried and tested instrumentals that will make crowds go BONKERS!

With his brand new album Lift Off, Basic Physics has taken the best of what we know and love and created 16 epic tracks worthy of any dance floor on the planet. With samples from over 100 different songs, there is precise detail and thought that goes into every minute of this album that spans over an hour. Notable song include “Strength in Numbers,” “Don’t Lick the Rainbow,” and “Filth In Paris (ft. 5 & A Dime),” which have reached Top 10 status on the Hype Machine, but the entire tracklist is out of this world!

We are absolutely thrilled to deliver this project to you and we cannot wait to see where Basic Physics will launch from here!

01 Intro

02 The 300 Club

03 The Dopest Antidote

04 Feeling Resurrected

05 Strength In Numbers

06 Without Jagger

07 Yeah, It’s Aerodynamic

08 Bastoblast

09 Don’t Lick The Rainbow

10 Ready For A Good Night

11 Hypnotized At Hello

12 Koko Blow

13 Targa Party

14 Girls Who Turn Me On

15 Filth In Paris

16 Fade Into Blackout

Download the whole album

Lift Off (Album).rar


Comments


  1. Eric
    February 21, 2012 at 8:36 am

    Yes there's a lot of Pop vocals on those beats, it can be very useful for some djs who wants to drop some big electro beats to a more "mainstream" crowd. And some people just like mainstream-ish edm, obv it's not your case since you are hating on it. If you don't like it nobody forces you to download it 😉

  2. Hugo
    February 21, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    But the title says Progressive House and this is in no way Progressive House the Beats are Pop-Beats, sounds like a David Guetta Album.

  3. Eric
    February 21, 2012 at 4:52 pm

    Last time I checked most productions by Sander Van Doorn, Chuckie, Wolfgang Gartner, Avicii, Hardwell, R3hab, Mord Fustang, Porter Robinson, Swedish House Mafia, Knife Party were either Progressive-House or Electro-House.

    I do understand that putting some pop vocals on beats like this is not your style and I respect that.

  4. Hugo
    February 21, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    I like it when it's good and sounds like House and not like Pop-Shit, like the Sexy and I know it Remix of Mord Fustang or even the R3hab Remix of We found love, but that Mash-Ups simply sound like every of David Guetta/Taio Cruz/whatevers shitty Productions, except for the Antidote Mash-Up. 😉

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