Both as a producer and a DJ, Scott Brown became one of the happy hardcore scene's more respected figures. Producing tracks at a prolific rate in the late '90s, Brown managed to assemble a voluminous back catalog for himself in just a few short years recording for labels like Evolution and Twisted Vinyl. By the end of the '90s, he made the jump from 12"s to full-lengths, beginning with the Future Progression album on Mainframe Records in 1999. A year later, the Los Angeles-based hardcore label hiGHBorn Records released a Brown DJ mix, The World of Scott Brown, that featured many of his productions. ~ Jason BirchmeierPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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