Tags : | Breakbeat | 4.40 MB

Description : You go down Cleo Lane, then carry on straight for about a mile before turning left up Kirsty Alley. Turn right on Lois Lane, Then you'll see it just on the other side of the road near where Jeff Bridges.

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  1. UncleMalaria
    UncleMalaria on Sat 27th Apr 2019 - 3 years ago

    Great track!

    Used it here:


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Sorry it's taken so long to reply. I haven't been on this site for years! I think i might come back though! Thanks for the review!

  2. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Thu 11th Sep 2014 - 7 years ago

    Whoo! What a monster of a track. I haven't heard and good breakbeat until now. With you it should be call breakBEAST! Because you are a BOSS with this. The Bass you got going on is totally killer mean. Love the FX's so genius. Love how you stay true to things. Love the build ups! Totally Awesome bro!


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks Joe. I haven't been on this site for years so sorry for the late reply. Thinking of getting back into it. cheers!

  3. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 8th Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hype breakbeat jam you've done here! Very energetic and fun to listen to! Definitely has a sweet groove! I always enjoy stopping by your page, and this one is right up there with your other awesome tunes! Time to take flight! Fav'd!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Bloody hell! Has it really been four years since i've been on this site? Hope you're well Pat?

  4. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sun 8th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hey Nick...pretty amazing sound you've got here man,huge actually...when I listen to a genre that I'm not a dilettante in it doesn't phase me one iota,music is music after all and all the rules of arrangement,mix and production values apply..I do like the immediate plunge into the main groove and then the backing off and temporal stage it gives the whole piece solid dynamics and lets it breathe....I'd really like to see how you'd go in a flower arrangement contest,and I don't say this lightly,it's a real art and takes a focused perspective to get right...I'm pretty sure you'd be good at it (unfortunately it does come with a certain effeminate stigma if your male...not that I'd know! lol)....cool stuff mate Dave

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Unfortunately you'd never see me in a flower arranging contest as i prefer cross stitch and basket weaving.
    Thanks for checking the track out as i know it's not really your thing.
    I haven't written anything as good as this for ages so i bought a bunch of synths hoping to add some new dimensions to my sounds. Trouble is i don't know what i'm doing with any of them yet so it aint happening at the moment.
    Cheers again for dropping by Dave. Always good to hear from you.

  5. deciBel
    deciBel on Thu 5th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    one of the best breakbeat tunes I've ever heared FR..
    thnx for sharing .___Behnam

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man. Comments are the whole reason i post up here so cheers for leaving your thoughts.

  6. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Thu 5th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    One of your older tracks but it is pretty huge ;)
    I love how you combined the vocals with the dark techy ambience. Hope you will revisit this style in the future and release something similar ;)

  7. benjizo
    benjizo on Thu 5th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    FR you got me with this one.I can see people jumping up and down to this.You did this justice bro.Much love.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Cheers man. I can't seem to write stuff as good as this these days so i thought i'd give it a re-up.
    Glad you could stop by and leave your thoughts.

  8. 3n0
    3n0 on Sat 24th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    I love this track! Its one om my favourite looperman song.
    Downloaded this long time ago and its still in my edm playlist.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Glad you like it. The vocal sample was actually a freebie from the FL demo projects.
    Glad it's still on your playlist and thanks for tuning in again.

  9. soundhound
    soundhound on Wed 7th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Moves real cool, not really my taste in tones but I understand it
    when it's done well...

    This is done well..

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Sorry for the late reply, I missed your comment somehow so thanks for listening (especially since this isn't your cup of tea)
    Cheers for sparing the time to listen to the track.

  10. joshweps
    joshweps on Tue 6th May 2014 - 8 years ago


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks for stopping by.

  11. boycottProductions
    boycottProductions on Sun 4th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    What's up. This is a cool track. I tried to get into FL but I couldn't get the hang of it, but it's a really great program. I give the up most respect for those who can use it.

    I love the break from 2:43 and on, really intense but not annoying to the ears. I'm not a Breakbeat expert but it sounds really good at this end.

    You definitely have a talent.

    Peace man.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Whoa! Haven't had any comments on this for a while and i've just noticed that there are three other people i haven't got back to for a year (whoops)
    FL is not that difficult to get into if you've used other programmes. I think most of them are pretty similar, they just have different layouts.
    But anyway, i'm glad you could drop in and leave your thoughts on this track.

  12. AmethystToTurquoise
    AmethystToTurquoise on Fri 28th Jun 2013 - 8 years ago

    Well ole buddy there is never a favourite track from you simply because each one drives its mastering skills to the point its impossible to decide
    Damn great break beat production
    Hope all is well
    kevin and julie

    Reply by FreeRadical

    You probably don't remember but you reviewed this track 10 MONTHS AGO! I only just noticed that you had as i've only just recently started using this site again. So, sorry for the late reply first of all.
    Secondly, thanks for sharing your thoughts on this track.

  13. JJWeekz
    JJWeekz on Wed 2nd Jan 2013 - 9 years ago

    Listening to this again, as is the case with a lot of your tracks! Do you have a soundcloud FR?


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Well it's only taken me a whole year to reply to this comment so i'd say that's pretty good going wouldn't you?
    No seriously, sorry i missed this one somehow and only just noticed it because someone else reviewed the track.
    Thanks for listening and just for the record i did have a soundcloud account but i didn't really like the site so i've never used it.
    Can't remember my password or account name anymore and i found it about as user friendly as a chilli flavoured tooth brush.

  14. janis71
    janis71 on Fri 30th Nov 2012 - 9 years ago

    I bow in front of such a great control of tunes, rhythm, harmony and emotion .
    Your track is THE one to get back some energy after a hard moment . It sounds really professional, I'm amazed !

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Ha ha ha! I'm laughing because you reviewed this track over a year ago and i've only just noticed that i owe you a reply.
    ONE YEAR! ha ha ha! what an asshole i am huh?
    No, in all seriousness i've only started using the site properly in the last couple of months so that's why the reply took so long.
    Cheers for checking out this tune.

  15. JJWeekz
    JJWeekz on Wed 31st Oct 2012 - 9 years ago

    This is absolutely awesome!!

    Truth be told, I am scouring the Loop right now for a track to write on to clear my head- and got sidetracked with your amazing works!! Your stuff needs no words, I can just sit back and listen to my heart's content. I think my brain just took a dump- the garbage is gone thanks to this!! ;)

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks JJ. I've been missing this site and all the inspiring comments from resident looperheads. I would have definitely listened to more of your stuff had their been anymore to listen to. I see from other track titles that you have been sharing your accapellas so rest assured when i am up and running again with a decent up to date DAW i will be homing in on your vocal talents. They say a bad workman always blames his tools but i have to say, after being stuck with FL3 for the last few months that saying isn't always true (excuses, excuses)
    Thank you for dropping in again and assuring me that i'm not complete rubbish.

  16. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Mon 2nd Jul 2012 - 9 years ago

    Hey my friend

    Nice interesting track, not heard to much breakbeat, might have too after hearing this piece by you, so can not comment to much on the genre only on what I am hearing, everything sounds good, really liking the FX you have used here, also the vocal drops. work well in the track, I have a few Breakbeat samples so might attempt genre one day, when feeling brave lol, nice one Nick...Peace Mos formly know as ELSD...

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Hey Estefano. How's things with you?
    Sorry for the late reply but i'm not often onlin at the moment so thought i'd take this opportunity to catch up with some of the members i owe a review or two to.
    Thanks for your thoughts on this track, by the amount of feedback i've had i'm starting to think i might have done something right.
    Thanks for stopping by and checking it out.

  17. Jowe
    Jowe on Thu 21st Jun 2012 - 9 years ago

    Party time bro!

    Seriously, that's sound freaking awesome and the voice "Can you hear me?" wil keep running in my head.

    Since I'm french I got a pretty short vocabulary to say how good it is in english :)

    Peace :P

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate. Sorry for the late reply. I'm not in the best position at the moment (no job, no money, no lap top)
    It's nice that i can tune in every once in a while and see that people are still leaving me comments while i'm trying to get back on track.

  18. Ghostzyden
    Ghostzyden on Thu 14th Jun 2012 - 9 years ago

    Damn FR this is a hit, its got such an in your face beat that drags you in and then the magical synth just hooks you. I feel like Alice just fell into wonderland and everything is trippy as hell lol Keep up the good work man! ;)

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate. I'd love to keep up the good work but i'm out of action for the time being (another lap top bites the dust)
    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and i'll be over to your profile once i'm sorted out properly.
    Thanks again for your comments and time.

  19. EDCA
    EDCA on Thu 31st May 2012 - 9 years ago

    I didn't know Supercharger was one person called FreeRadical.
    Hooked from the first beat! Love the way the music rises and falls and subtley shifts. Great work!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate. Sorry to take so long in getting back to you. Things have been a little messed up for me this last month or so. I'll get back to you properly when i'm sorted out which shouldn't be too much longer (i hope)
    Anyway thanks for stopping by and leaving comments.

  20. Lightward
    Lightward on Fri 25th May 2012 - 9 years ago


    This is the first track of yours I've been listening, and it made my mouth left open. It is not my habit to judge one based on a single track, but this is a special case. I am amazed of this track. Not just that, but this ^^ long comment list as well. I've tried to use this acapella as well, but could not succeed. IT is cool to hear how this one should have been used up. Two things I see in this track: Fantasy, and Work. So it gets FW. I convinced myself half a year ago, that I simply can not get on a level big authors are at. You ruined that belief, and I'm thankful for that. You are at a level I want to reach.



    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate. Sorry for the late reply. I'm out of action at the moment so i've not had a chance to get on line and reply to anyone for ages.
    Thanks for taking the time to listen to this track and leave your inspiring comments.
    I'll be over to check out what you've been doing when i'm up and running again.

  21. yeshintae
    yeshintae on Sat 19th May 2012 - 9 years ago


    that synth stab is MONSTAAAAA!

    and luv tha break beat...
    claaaasic shizzz...

    listening to tha track on me
    speakers at home... and tha mix
    translates nicely... like tha vox
    snippets... and those synths
    are just INSANITY....
    imma dl this... just in case...
    hehehe do you mind if tha DJ homie spins this?!
    credit all goes to tha lil' grey alien of course hehehehe

    Peace from LA

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Hey mate. Sorry for the late reply. I've had a few problems to deal with and haven't been able to log on so it's not that i'm ignoring you in case you were wondering.
    Glad you liked this track enough want to spin it so yeah knock yourself out (if you haven't already)
    Take it easy mate. I should be up and running agin in the next few weeks so i'll stop by properly when i'm sorted out.

  22. carlosnble
    carlosnble on Thu 17th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    you know its a shame that people tend to sleep on good music...take this track in particular...i was reading a convo with you and brainstrainmusic and i ended up at your place...and look what i found..this is badd azzz!!!this is by far the most exciting piece ive heard from you(and i havent heard them all) i am going to mak it a point to listen to all your music....and i would be honored totalk shop with you anytime FR...Big Ups!! by the way i downloaded this one...going in my ipod!!!


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks Carlos, I couldn't agree more. I actually find it quite incredible the amount of people that seem to think that we're all just going to pay attention to what they are doing, when it would seem they can't be bothered to put themselves out for anyone else. I mean i thought the whole point of this place was to hook up with other music lovers and win listeners. Or have i missed something?
    Anyway, I'm glad you could find a moment to drop in and give this a listen/download. It makes it that little bit more special that i know you're busy at the moment. I'm also happy that you would be willing to talk shop with me sometime as i rate your skills among the best i've heard on this site. I look forward to it.

  23. djkillapaul
    djkillapaul on Tue 15th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Rennie Pilgrem.... there is a new kid on the block!

    This is solid FR, very solid. Loving that roving synth searing through. Will now have to listen to this again after a phat one and crank it up when the neighbours are out! Thank you for the download. Excellent work!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate, I'm suprised at the feedback this ones got as i didn't actually spend that long on it. Just goes to show you CAN work too hard sometimes.
    Your comments are always appreciated DKP & i'm glad you liked the tune.

  24. brainstrainmusic
    brainstrainmusic on Tue 15th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    I wanted to thank you for the comment you left me, listening to this again really makes it that much more meaningful...this is just amazing.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thank you in return for upping my stats a little more. I'll give you a few tips about this place as well to get you going.
    The first thing is that winning regular listeners around here isn't as easy as we'd all hope. You have to spend a bit of time finding peeps that will leave comments and suchlike. The best peeps to start with are the regular forum posters 90% of them will check out your tunes if you listen to theirs.
    The rest unfortunately is a bit of a numbers game. I've reviewed loads of tracks this week and so far i think i've had about three back from people i hadn't previously had one from. You've just got to try not to let it p*ss you off (It does though sometimes lol)
    The other one that i find probably the most effective is to use the accapellas. If you do a good job with them then people tend to drop by more often.
    Oh and if you post a track that gets no response then sometimes it's just a case of bad timing. If you play it back and can't hear anything wrong with your mix then delete it and upload it again the next day. It's quite astonishing the difference that can make. I've actually been thinking about trying an experiment where i just keep uploading the same track every day to see what happens. I bet it would bag just as much a response as uploading different ones every day.
    Anyway, I wont bore you any longer but hopefully this will help to get you started here.

  25. Boogieskippo
    Boogieskippo on Mon 14th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    cheers bro and I lovin this lick bro, nice work.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man, I'm glad that you enjoyed listening to this track.
    I'll be checking out more of your work for sure.

  26. brainstrainmusic
    brainstrainmusic on Sun 13th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Spot on mate, this is something I would gladly purchase if I heard it in a digital download store.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks BSM, it's encouraging to know that you think it's good enough to be sold. Perhaps i should be thinking about trying to make a few quid instead of giving it away all the time.
    One day perhaps.
    I just popped over to your profile but i see you're new here.
    Give me a tap on the shoulder when you've uploaded something and i'll gladly stop by and give it a listen.
    I'll forget otherwise.
    Thanks for stopping by and playing this track.

  27. TCAS
    TCAS on Thu 10th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Ooops... not my page but I mentioned it by example...

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Ha ha! No worries. Bit of a communication breakdown going on there.
    I'll be over to check out what you've been up to shortly.

  28. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Thu 10th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Cleo Lane, Lois Lane, what about Penny Lane? I'm well out of my comfort zone here but just thought is sounded fantastic. I am desperately trying to widen my horizons - I'll be listening to more breakbeat from here on. Thanks for a super track.


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Ah, Mr Winn. How good of you to stop in. Yes, Breakbeats a bit of a difficult genre to figure out as there are lots of different varietys of it. I personally just go with the philosophy that if it aint got a four to the floor beat pattern & it's electronic, then it's breakbeat. Or it could be 2 step, or garage, or whatever lol.
    I'm glad you managed to find a moment to tune in and check it out.

  29. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 10th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    geez...I was having a restful evening and now I`m all hyped up again...oh well...this is seriously energetic stuff FR..well done......Ed

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate, The first time i posted it, It got a big fat zero so i'm just happy that it doesn't sound like a two year old made it this time lol.

  30. StereoMathematics
    StereoMathematics on Wed 9th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    que the lazers and copious amounts of powdered methylenedioxymethamphetamine!!! its party time and FR brought the tunes!!!! love the synths, and the overall mix. sounds real professional. nice job dude, diggin this one.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thank you my friend. I'm glad you like the track and that's a bit of a mouthful that methylenedioxy watchemacallit.
    Cheers for leaving your thoughts. I've had a right sh***y old day and words like this cheer me right up.

  31. TCAS
    TCAS on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Super! great breakbeat from the electro funk era!
    Nice female vox... great filtering on her!
    Great sound choice too!

    2012 Electro Funk!!!!

    This is my style!

    If your really into breakbeat and electro then check this out:


    Top notch job...


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man, Just been checking out your page. I'm digging that funky electro breakbeat number as i type. I like your style and i'll be tuning in more often.
    Thanks for dropping in and leaving comments & links.

  32. WongKiShoo
    WongKiShoo on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Let me start off by saying breakbeat definitely ain't my thing..

    That being said however, It's a nice full production that you've come up with which has a good progression and structure. Some cool vocal effects going on and the build up's really cool. Sound choices all complement one another and no synths sound out of place to my ears :)

    I would say though, that odd bass note panned to the left unbalances the mix a bit - maybe try adding something on the hard right to restore a bit of equilibrium? That's what I'd do anyways... but other than that, good job man!

    Ciao for now player o/

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Yeah, Breakbeats a funny old genre. I love the distinctive records kind of style but i'm not too keen on the fuel records kind of vibe, which seems to have been invented solely for rude boys to show how much bass the sub woofer in their boot kicks out.
    There is an odd bass note panned to the side? I knew i shouldn't have done this on drugs!! Sh*t!! I'll have a look and see if i can find the offending sound.
    But on the plus side, Since i know you don't like to hold back on constructive critisism i can content myself with one mistake.
    Cheers for dropping in.

  33. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Well, I've been listening to some chilled music and enjoying my morning coffee, but now the caffeine is kicking in and I need something to go with it.....and this song is perfect for that.

    Great driving beat that just sweeps the listener along for the ride. Production is stellar as usual.

    A great way to get the pulse rate up my friend. Well done.


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks Bear, I'm just glad it didn't go for another round of Zero reviews and Zero downloads like it did when i first uploaded it. It did sound like c**p when i played it back again though. The LFO's were so harsh it sounded a bit like one of those old ferric oxide tapes when they got old and worn out lol.
    It's funny you should turn up now as i found myself staring at the "get on the bus" rar file earlier and thinking "I was going to have a go at that wasn't i?" tsk tsk! Perhaps now would be a good time to start huh?
    Thanks for dropping by and checking out this latest offering.

  34. violetflame20
    violetflame20 on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    yeah i listened to some of it when you posted it at first. Either i have a bad memory or this time it sounds different. Really enjoyed it. Now to save it and hit the gym with it.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Yeah, i have this terrible habbit of just chucking tunes up as soon as i get to the end. Then i play them back the next day when i can hear again properly and think "So that's why nobody's commented on it then"
    I'm glad that this time round you liked it enough to bag a copy and i hope it helps you get stuck into those modern day torture machines they install down the gym these days.

  35. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Freakin' cool track FR, right from the beginning i was hooked. great sounding synths, they all work so great together. Excellent arrangement and quality production as well, you da man!!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks Wayne. Now what i really need to do is stop posting stuff before it's ready. It's a terrible habbit and i do it every single time, without fail.
    Thanks for giving it a listen. I'm feeling a lot happier that this time round it's managed to get more than zero comments and zero downloads. It must have sounded shocking before lol!

  36. Seaside
    Seaside on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Wow... Awesome piece of work and even downloadable. This one's going straight to my iPod :D.

    Very nice composition; creative use of vocals and nice sounds ^^. I really turned my volume up for this one.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    First of all that name you've chosen for yourself is like a subliminal message. I keep thinking "Get towel, bucket and spade and head to beach"
    Thanks for your kind words of inspiration. It's comments like that, that make it all seem worthwhile.
    Cheers for stopping by.

  37. brillbilly
    brillbilly on Tue 8th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    So this is where ya been!
    This is just what i needed to get me rocking!

    WOW i love the electro feel,sounds friggin awesome loud.
    love the way ya got the vocals all trippy.

    you my friend yet again have produced a floor filler

    full respect to ya,i got to take this trip again.....like now!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Yeah, I've been trying to make good some of the half done tracks i've had floating around in the background. So far this is the only one thats made it to the end.
    The vocal sample was a freebie from FL studio and it was just pure luck that i decided to peruse the demo projects and see if there was anything i could pilfer. There's some quality stuff in there and i'm suprised i don't hear more people using them to be honest.
    The trippy vocals are courtesy of the fruity slicer. It just automatically chops your wavs up into whatever sized slices you want to work with and assigns them to the piano editor. It's a great tool!
    Thanks for dropping in and listening.

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