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Postby _NattY_ » Wed Feb 07, 2007 6:06 pm

any one have some infos about earthquake studio?
I'm looking for any links or discographie....
I've found only links like this....


http://music.kelkoo.co.uk/b/a/cpc_150701_vtl_artist_c15378915.html


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Postby massada » Wed Feb 07, 2007 6:13 pm

As far as i know he doesn t have any website nor any official webpage ...
your link does not list the whole discography and lots of those albums might be sold out since a long time ..
Mighty King David Sounds is the last one so should still be available !

big up Lapo ! :wink:


some infos here
http://www.bloodandfire.co.uk/db/viewto ... earthquake
https://soundcloud.com/massadub
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Postby jahkob » Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:10 pm

here's a review of "Mighty King David Sounds":

http://www.guidelightmovement.com/revie ... sounds.htm
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Eathquake link

Postby Rebel Lion » Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:28 pm

Obviously just hard to find

check out
www.mypace.com/kingearhqauke

or

http://www.kingearthquake.co.uk/

or email: info@kingearthquake.co.uk

Errol is properly nice an the sound is HEAVY

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Postby jahkob » Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:42 pm

yo Rebel,

This Earthquake is a completly different person from King Earthquake. So you know. No mix them up.

Earthquake also go by the name of Yahweh Warriors and TNT Roots.
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Postby massada » Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:29 pm

yes we were not talinkg about Errol, king earthquake :roll:
but earthquake TNT roots

you ll find some sound clips here rebel lion
http://www.musicalriot.org/tntmightyking.htm

nothing to do with King earthquake
https://soundcloud.com/massadub
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Postby Positivevibes Soundsystem » Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:36 pm

Most people do confuse King Earthquake & Earthquake Studio's TNT Roots. Yet they sound totaly diffrent. Still it is very understandable how you can mix them up because of the title "Earthquake".

Earthquake Studio's is run by Tony TnT and Winston Dread. They are no longer together even though they have been recently releasing cd's. As spoken there most recent cd is called Mighty King David Sounds. A year or so before that they released a cd called Yahweh Warriors "In Dubwize". Before that they released a old session they did with Tena Stelin called Cosmic Intervention.

The Tena Stelin album was released in 2005. The tracks where done many years ago with tena and Tony Tnt they both decided on a release. I highly recomend this one out of all the recent cd releases! Its a top of the line release from them.

Before that you saw Earthquake studios Revelations in dub vol 2 and 3 on Vinyl LP in shops. These I think where old presses that Jetstar had in overstock and handed to shops like Reggaemusicstore and Ebreggae etc..

There was of course Vol 1 or just called Earthquake Studio Revelation in dub. I found this one on ebay a few years ago for very cheap.

A few other albums that I know about that are not on the link you provided is as follows. Armagideon / Dub Harder than Steel / Raw Dub Infinity Most of these as far as I know where cd releases.

If you have any more questions just ask.

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Postby StepDubStep » Thu Feb 08, 2007 12:26 am

"Dub Harder Than Steel" came on LP.
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Postby Positivevibes Soundsystem » Thu Feb 08, 2007 12:37 am

StepDubStep wrote:"Dub Harder Than Steel" came on LP.


Thank you for the correction Step
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Postby _NattY_ » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:17 pm

thanks to all for the info...
now I'll try to found some direct contact....but I know thats is really hard...
respect

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Postby Anonymous » Thu Feb 08, 2007 5:22 pm

I beleive if you get one of their cd you ll have some contact details. At least when i check their cds on a stall at a dance their wer some contact details.
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