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     NEWS - All Real Audio clips are now up, and all High Resolution pictures are up. To listen to a song just click on the track name. To view a picture simply click on the picture and it will open up a giant sized high resolution verison in a new window.

     Welcome to the DJ Icey Encyclopedia. Contained in this site is a comprehensive list of every original release Icey has ever done. Click on any of the labels on the left to see the releases from that label. Should you have any questions about the site or the records, feel free to visit the contact section and submit all comments there.

     For those that donít know, I will give a little history on Icey that relates to his original music productions. First off, you will notice quite a few different artist names on the site. In general, if the name is not a person youíve heard of, itís Icey. Names such as Montana Rangers, Ilse Natividad, and Valley of the Big Bass & Big Bass Drum are just a few of the different monikers he has produced under.

     When looking through the different catalog numbers on his primary labels you will notice one number that is always skipped. He never presses a record with the catalog number 13, for obvious reasons. Also, in the Sweet section, the numbers just kind of skip around. Thatís because he just kind of randomly released records on the Sweet label. Nobodyís really sure why he couldnít stick to a set order on those.