dreDDup - The Hot Stuff MixTape mp3 album
Second dreDDup from the DIY cassette era. We started doing music with lo-fi equipment, listened to Thunderdome, Atari Teenage Riot, Prodigy, Gorilla Biscuits, Napalm Death and a lot of other onic bands. dreDDup later incorporated guitars and vocals into their electronic set. This is their second cassette recording. Printed on 20 cassettes. released December 10, 1997.
The band released their debut album, Mr Borndeads Feast in 2004, after the release of the compact cassette Abnormal Waltz, recorded in 1998.
from The Hot Stuff MixTape by dreDDup. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. from The Hot Stuff MixTape, released December 10, 1997.
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This album contains 16 songs. This was also announced as the last dreDDup studio album; nevertheless dreDDup started working on their fifth release. A collection of their demo recordings called 219 demos was released by Crime:Scene records. These recordings go back to the period 1997-2001. Their fifth album, entitled Nautilus came out for Glory and Honour and contains 13 songs. This is stated to be the last studio album and the band is not sure if they will make another one although they will continue to perform live. Old cassette releases. The Hot Stuff (1997 demo tape). Roots od Them (1998 EP, DIY). Total Noise (1998 demo tape, reissued in 2013).
|1||Everything Disturbed (Serbian style)||2:09|
|2||Step In Step Out||2:05|
|4||Some Say We Died||0:56|
|5||The Secret of the Graal||2:27|
|6||How I Killed My Teddy Bear||1:28|
- Producer – Mikka
NotesSecond dreDDup [ep] from the DIY cassette era. We started doing music with lo-fi equipment, listened to Thunderdome, Atari Teenage Riot, Prodigy, Gorilla Biscuits, Napalm Death and a lot of other hardcore/punk/electronic bands. dreDDup later incorporated guitars and vocals into their electronic set. This is their second cassette recording. Printed on 20 cassettes. A real rarity.
Inquisitor - programming & sampling & vocals
Robert - programming & vocals
released December 10, 1997