Jeep Beat Collective

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Jeep Beat Collective is the best known recording name of British hiphop DJ Dave Davies. He has also recorded under the names Mindbomb, Godfather of Weird and Dave the Ruf.[1] His music carries a heavy emphasis on scratching, but he also raps. In 1999 Spin magazine included Jeep Beat Collective in their list of the "top 13 turntablists" in the world.[2] He also runs the Ruf Beats record label. DJ Jabbathakut and K-Delight have featured on various of his records.

Albums[edit]

As Jeep Beat Collective

  • Attack Of The Wildstyle Beatfreaks - 1995
  • For.... Jimi-Hendrix - 1998
  • Technics Chainsaw Massacre - 1998
  • Death Race 2001 - 2001

As Mindbomb

  • "Trippin´ Thru´ The Minefield" Volume One
  • "Trippin´ Thru´ The Mindfield" Volume Two
  • Great British Beef

Compilation appearances[edit]

  • The Document - DJ Andy Smith
  • Refried Food Pts. 5 And 6 - DJ Food
  • Operation Overlord - La Crème de la Crème of Underground British Hip-Hop (Coke Star Produktions/Night & Day) - 1997 (French release)
  • Operation Overlord - La Crème de la Crème of Underground British Hip-Hop (Coke Star Produktions/Virgin/EMI) - 1998 (Worldwide reissue)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeep Beat Collective on MSN Music
  2. ^ http://www.rufmouth.co.uk/ - see 'Biography of RUFMOUTH' in the 'LABEL' section

External links[edit]