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You ought to bow out with this.

You certainly would be bowing out with it, the cannon shots have killed many many a speaker when the volume's cranked. Classical is fucking awesome. 8)

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Its repetitive bassline and tempo should do their heads in.

Although, having said that, The Prodigy's Charly has some ridiculously low bass, so if your speakers are really good that'd be fantastic.

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How about a bit of slap bass?

That on repeat will literally commit them to a mental asylum.

If you can get a copy of Zaireeka and four CD players you will leave a lifelong impression on your neighbours though.

Or any Flaming Lips. I'm going for all out noise more than just thumping bass though. Nothing like a bit of ear piercing treble to go with your floor rumbling bass.

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Loud and proud.

If I had that playing on repeat next door I think I would genuinely break in to stop it. That or Missing by Everything But The Girl. Good call.

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Circle pit - Venetian snares. The pitch shifted screaming at the end should be great for 10 hours!

EDIT : Splendid, super-ninja... Let'sssss DO IT!

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That said, this will make them go beserk. Play this, on an endless loop. AN ENDLESS LOOP.

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

I'd happily forgotten this had existed. Fuck you. :hmm:

Anyway, Deathface is heavy as fuck yet entirely listenable.

http://soundcloud.com/johnnygunslove/smashcast-for-trouble-bass

That said if you've taken a moment to listen to the Excision Shambhala mix then this isn't gonna cut it.

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