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Club Sickness

Feb 24 2009 | BPM: 98 | Producer: Slantize
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Mysterious, steady pop tempo beat with pianos, synths and bells over a funky driving bassline.

Moods: Dark, Frantic
Genres: Club, Pop, West Coast

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23 Feedback to “Club Sickness”

  1. I love this beat!!!!!

  2. slantize u you the shit dog!

  3. güzel beat bu traz yapın Hep

  4. hardest shit i heard on here in a minute, and i never post

  5. i love this beat.. very catchy.. hope the old beat is still available though..

  6. I have over 60 songz written to Shadow Ville. 1nz up right now were just recorded. Rough Mixed. If you want to hear more of what i have done with your instrumentals. Holla back. I can email you more music. Thankz. Thanks Shadowville.

  7. Fa sho, this beat go, i cant find one beat i dont like by slantize..

  8. :P is wery goods beats

  9. its goog beats

  10. One of the best beats I’ve heard. Keep up the great work Slantize.

  11. this beat is perfect

  12. i love this beat. 100%

  13. dat beat is hard

  14. sick piano melody nice bass too

  15. I can hear an old school westcoast flow over this

    @tim treezy,

  16. damn i love it very catchy.

  17. Lol, soon as that piano started I was like, yea this is familiar..Still liked the older version better though. But, its great to hear the Slantize of the past remade. 10/10.

  18. sick sick sick

  19. flowy , i dig this beat. 5/5

  20. i love this beat… 5/5!!!

  21. Excellent piano melody along with the drums 5/5!

  22. This is a cleaner remake of a very, very old beat.

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