What are your favorite songs for a LOT of bass?

Everything is in the title😊

Feel free to share the music you use to push your system at its lowest level.

Here are some of mine


There are plenty others, enjoy

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The first is a cliche. The last is cheating as it’s an album. The bass on the Meat Beat Manifesto track should be played loud…

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Afro B lots of boom there

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Nothing like old school Miami Bass to get that true low end!

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This one is great Michael, thanks.
Currently listenning to it on the road, my car is shaking.:grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

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Billie Eilish stuff can be pretty bass heavy too

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My wife banned Billie Eilish being played on the downstairs setup so I think you might be right.

My response, isn’t this why we buy a detached house :thinking:

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You need a small holding

I saw this my local hi fi shop …:smiling_imp:

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Good morning Sir… If they had one that said 1968 then I’m all over it :grin:
Don’t want to make myself seem even older though

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I need the 1950 vintage …

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Doesn’t get much lower than this…

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This is quite a listen. Good for shaking the walls

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Recorded on LP for Columbia, Also Sprach Zarathustra. If available, the catalogue number was CS 6609.

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I’m not able to post a picture at the moment, but ‘Mistakes’, by Lake Street Dive, from the album Side Pony, is a good window rattler.

Michael

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Mistakes

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This?



https://play.qobuz.com/album/0002894529102

Production 1968

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Thaks for this funky afro bass

https://play.qobuz.com/album/et1lxogqv0vna

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My recall was that, back when Stereophile was little more than a pamphlet, Columbia CS6609 was recommended to experience the (opening with the) deep bass of your speakers. I believe that I still own a copy.

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I love how the vocals float above the bass

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Koyaanisqatsi by Philip Glass.

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