UK Garage Buzz Chart 21.03.2002

From: UKGW Team (doug@ukgarageworldwide.com)
Date: Thu Mar 21 2002 - 18:34:08 CET

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    THE UK GARAGE BUZZ CHART

    1: (NE) The Raw Mish Hype Squad 'Structure' Acetate
    Legendary MC pirate radio station Raw Mission FM's multi-talented crew,
    outstanding single

    2: (NE) Adam F 'Vs' Megaman Featuring Lil Mo 'Wheres My ?' EMI
    Wicked 2 Step remix of Adam's F smashing single featuring So Solid's Megaman

    3: (DN2) Beenie Man, Megaman, Skat D, + Thug Angel 'Reality Check' So Solid
    Collaboration time, Jamaican legend Beenie Man hooks up with the So Solid
    crew, big tune.

    4: (NE) Sweetie Irie, JJ, Carl H 'How me sound' Middlerow
    Taken from the forthcoming Middlerow 2002 EP, cracking Carl H production,
    another Middlerow stomper

    5: (NE) DJ Wire 'Believe Me' Acetate
    Potentially a huge club instrumental similar to Speakerbox and Musical Mob,
    simple and effective

    6: (DN4) Sticky Featuring Dr Psycho 'More Weed' Social Circles
    Sticky answers the hype with a slamming underground anthem in the making.

    7: (DN4) MJ Cole Featuring Vula 'Wonderin Why' Talkin Loud Acetate
    MJ hard at work on his second album releases a sampler of what to expect,
    still unfinished but sounding outstanding as expected.

    8: (NE) Femme Fatale featuring Dalia 'Always And Forever' Middlerow
    1extra's Femme Fatale's debut single, feel good vocal track, includes a
    banging remix, great debut

    9: (DN5) Asher D and Swiss 'Why Me' So Solid
    Asher's new single featuring fellow crew member Swiss MC'in and on
    production, Oxside on the remix, 4 floor style

    10: (NE) Beatfreaks Featuring Munchie MC, Luck and Neat 'Speakerbox' Acetate
    New vocal mix to the huge underground instrumental

    UK Garage Worldwide 2002 The UK Garage Buzz chart is compiled from Doug
    Cooper @ UK Garage Worldwide (doug@ukgarageworldwide.com), and represents
    the 10 hottest tracks forthcoming in the UK Garage scene.
    The UKG Buzz Chart is posted on www.ukgarageworldwide.com every Wednesday.
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