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Posted by slingshot on Jun-14-2007 06:03:

quote:
Originally posted by jchung52
as far as i know we gonna feel it is (http://www.discogs.com/release/983274).... as for the umbrella track (perhaps Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso- Umbrella?) .. perhaps its called something different. tried looking but track ids are messy these days... so i dunno. feel free to provide me with the exact title


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Check it out!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsOYPUoCT3M

It's really nice! Njoy! ;-)

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This is not one of our songs. Sorry...

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as well, on discogs at the very top it says that the release is not active and that status is pending.


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-14-2007 14:20:

quote:
Originally posted by slingshot
thanks for the tip. any suggestions on how to verify the 0.3% of music that isn't on there tho? my panties are all up in a bunch now and i'm not quite sure what to do with myself.


.3% lol more like 10%


Posted by slingshot on Jun-14-2007 15:54:

quote:
Originally posted by sufee_b
.3% lol more like 10%


omg omg omg omg

ps. there is no need for your smart ass remarks when I was only offering assistance to the guy to help prevent him from looking like an idiot in the future. clearly giving away that you are using illegal downloads to make a mix and post it on a public forum is not exactly professional nor is it helping his credibility as an aspiring dj in the slightest. if you feel as if discogs is not the best route to verify tracks, explain why you feel this way and offer a better suggestion....contribute in a constructive fashion as opposed to rolling your eyes and acting like a snot.


Posted by jon jon on Jun-14-2007 19:24:

lol whoever renamed it to Rihanna - Umbrella deserves a trophy, they burnt so many people with it! haha


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-14-2007 20:10:

quote:
Originally posted by slingshot
omg omg omg omg

ps. there is no need for your smart ass remarks when I was only offering assistance to the guy to help prevent him from looking like an idiot in the future. clearly giving away that you are using illegal downloads to make a mix and post it on a public forum is not exactly professional nor is it helping his credibility as an aspiring dj in the slightest. if you feel as if discogs is not the best route to verify tracks, explain why you feel this way and offer a better suggestion....contribute in a constructive fashion as opposed to rolling your eyes and acting like a snot.


"OMG OMG OMG OMG"

simmer down there bud..you made the smart ass remark first, you very well know that with your .3 % comment...I never said discogs isnt the best way, i just said there is ALOT that site does not have on it..I mean ALOT...much of it depends on user's submissions...perhaps the best way is to visit the artist's personal site and look for a discography section...if they have one and don't have it listed, chances are it doesnt exist...


Posted by LKD on Jun-14-2007 21:47:

ok heres a question (even though i dont really care about tracklists but based on observation)..

when you guys post tracklists and u have a track name going "ID - ID", does it mean that you purchased a track and dont know the name of? or does it mean you ripped it off a set and mixed it into yours? or is it that u just dont feel you want to share the trackname with anyone??


(not trying to rip into u guys...just a question)


Posted by geroin on Jun-14-2007 22:07:

quote:
Originally posted by sufee_b
"OMG OMG OMG OMG"

simmer down there bud..you made the smart ass remark first, you very well know that with your .3 % comment...I never said discogs isnt the best way, i just said there is ALOT that site does not have on it..I mean ALOT...much of it depends on user's submissions...perhaps the best way is to visit the artist's personal site and look for a discography section...if they have one and don't have it listed, chances are it doesnt exist...


just so you know most personal sites rarely update their discography section. Discogs, juno and beatport are still the best sources to check for new releases. While discogs doesn't always have brand new releases they still have the biggest and the best database out there. And just to prove my point even further, click here

and that ID-ID had me laughing also..lol


Posted by chinamon on Jun-14-2007 22:48:

woooooooooooo


Posted by Yohan on Jun-14-2007 22:59:

quote:
Originally posted by El Kay Dee
ok heres a question (even though i dont really care about tracklists but based on observation)..

when you guys post tracklists and u have a track name going "ID - ID", does it mean that you purchased a track and dont know the name of? or does it mean you ripped it off a set and mixed it into yours? or is it that u just dont feel you want to share the trackname with anyone??


(not trying to rip into u guys...just a question)

I doubt it, but could be a white label vinyl


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-15-2007 01:30:

yea i never understood why DJs posting their own TL put ID in it


Posted by jchung52 on Jun-15-2007 01:59:

cuz apparently its an unknown track...


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-15-2007 02:20:

quote:
Originally posted by jchung52
cuz apparently its an unknown track...


to the guy who played it?? how could you not know at least the artist?


Posted by LKD on Jun-15-2007 04:16:

quote:
Originally posted by sufee_b
to the guy who played it?? how could you not know at least the artist?


yea so its a rip off some set then and no one could id it??


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-15-2007 13:19:

quote:
Originally posted by El Kay Dee
yea so its a rip off some set then and no one could id it??


alot of times DJs get promo tracks, or tracks are released but called "untitled" or something..but they always know the artist... ID - ID is just weird...i think it has to do with illegal tracks or the DJ not wanting to share the track name which is gay


Posted by LKD on Jun-15-2007 13:24:

quote:
Originally posted by sufee_b
the DJ not wanting to share the track name


i dont like sharing my tracklists so i dont care but either give a full listing or nothing at all..not a 50% ID-ID thing


Posted by Chris Allen on Jun-15-2007 13:32:

quote:
Originally posted by sufee_b
alot of times DJs get promo tracks, or tracks are released but called "untitled" or something..but they always know the artist... ID - ID is just weird...i think it has to do with illegal tracks or the DJ not wanting to share the track name which is gay

A lot of the times it's a test track, or a track that is very much not-released. Happens all the time, and it's def. not gay.

Us as the public as trainspotters have made it so much more difficult to be a DJ now-a-days. Nothing is secret anymore, and for the general public (and new 'djs' who don't care about quality) they just rip those 'unreleased' tunes and play them anyway.

Remember that a lot of the producer/DJ's like to test our their tunes in a club environment before they actually get released. ID - ID is part of the surprise, part of the excitement, and part of the exclusivity of a DJ playing unknown/unreleased tracks.

Then again, you have the other spectrum, of a bedroom DJ smart enough to label a track played as ID - ID, but stupid enough to play it at all because it's a track they obviously don't have permission to play, and they just don't put the track title down in fear of being hit by a running search from labels (yes, labels do search forums, yes they will rip you to pieces if you're playing stuff you're not supposed to [Max Graham anyone?])

More-so now than ever I'm not surprised to see ID - ID in a proper DJ set, because in today's DJ world, exclusivity means everything because of how quickly people can get tracks.


Posted by LKD on Jun-15-2007 14:57:

^^^^so ur agreeing that its a track ripped off when it comes to djs posting in this thread that arent producers (or havent produced the track)??cos i would imagine a producer putting their own track in a set would give credit to themselves for the track


Posted by Chris Allen on Jun-15-2007 15:26:

quote:
Originally posted by El Kay Dee
^^^^so ur agreeing that its a track ripped off when it comes to djs posting in this thread that arent producers (or havent produced the track)??cos i would imagine a producer putting their own track in a set would give credit to themselves for the track

Did you even read what I said?


Posted by LKD on Jun-15-2007 15:46:

quote:
Originally posted by Chris Allen
Did you even read what I said?


yea but ur talkin bout test tracks that big names drop in. now in the case of local djs such as the ones posting in this thread, please dont tell me that they are making test tracks and putting them in there and there really cant be that many white label vinyls out considering there are hardly any stores selling vinyl either


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-15-2007 16:24:

well i agree with LKD that either post the whole thing or none at all cause for a guy like me who doesnt DJ much at all and likes listening to others, especially locals, it looks weird when the DJ himself puts ID-ID in the tracklist...

as for the other thing i know DJs who get promos from artists in advance and when playing people ask stuff like "whats that track?" or "where did you get that track from?"..they purposely give the run around to especially other DJs asking cause those are tracks either the label or artists has personally given to them and when some other DJs find out they bombard their email account or myspace accounts asking for the same tracks when in most cases they just wont get it...or the artist has specifically said dont tell anyone cause they know they will get bombarded


Posted by jon jon on Jun-15-2007 16:33:

quote:
Originally posted by sufee_b
the artist has specifically said dont tell anyone cause they know they will get bombarded


lol it's less this, more of the fact that they want their track to stay off the soulseek radar... if you don't know the title/artist, you can't download it now can you...


Posted by sufee_b on Jun-15-2007 17:15:

quote:
Originally posted by jon jon
lol it's less this, more of the fact that they want their track to stay off the soulseek radar... if you don't know the title/artist, you can't download it now can you...


also...but if they are giving promo tracks that are unreleased, they will only give it to people they can rely on (at least they hope)


Posted by LKD on Jun-16-2007 04:14:

btw chris...those 2 ID tracks....who did them? were they promos?


Posted by Chris Allen on Jun-16-2007 04:26:

quote:
Originally posted by El Kay Dee
btw chris...those 2 ID tracks....who did them? were they promos?

They're not released, they're not on promo.

Edit - apparently the first track is now released.

The first ID is actually "Jerome Isma-Ae - Phantom", which is now out on Jee Productions. The second ID, absolutely no idea when it will be released.

Direct, and straight from the artist. Since you wanted to know, of course.


Posted by LKD on Jun-16-2007 18:50:

quote:
Originally posted by Chris Allen
They're not released, they're not on promo.

Edit - apparently the first track is now released.

The first ID is actually "Jerome Isma-Ae - Phantom", which is now out on Jee Productions. The second ID, absolutely no idea when it will be released.

Direct, and straight from the artist. Since you wanted to know, of course.


see..thats cool but how many others are actually using unreleased stuff actually given by the artists?? theres quite a few sets in here like that


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