I didnt say I knew everything.
And I will happily debate all day.
I could start of by saying that the Subliminal stuff these days is totally different sound to when the label was first launched. The stuff Morillo used to produce in the mid 90's on Strictly Rhythm e.t.c. was totally different.
He's gone down the same route as Roger Sanchez who again played and produced a totally different sound to what he does now. I'm not slagging them because obviously they are doing well for themselves.
But what I meant when I said 'cheesy' was commercial.
To see what I mean listen to some King St releases and you probably wouldnt be able to tell the difference between an early 90's release and a current release.
Its the same thing when DJ's go in and out of fashion. The talented ones always stay the distance as at the end of the day - lets face - anyone can mix two records together after a small amount of practice.