My obsession with bass and my real-life hobby as an electronic music producer have colluded to provide you with what you are looking for - I promise a full workout for your subs and some enjoyable tunes to boot. "the Joy of Minimal" has a massive infra-sonic bassline - if you can't feel it, time for a new sub. Profunditty is a fuller, more dramatic song where most of the deep bass is in the 20-30hz range. Few commercial recordings ever bother with bass this deep except for those silly 'bass competition' albums.
Also check out The Orb, DJ Krush, Boards of Canada, Dub Syndicate, Scorn and Meat Beat Manifesto for some serious bottom-dwelling tracks in different genres. Especially "Answers come in Dreams" by Meat Beat Manifesto - some dubstep in there but mostly it's Jack Dangers exploring the rhythmic possibilities of the infrasonic realm. All songs by Dub King (aka me).
"Bigger Bang" has some infrasonic booms that give you goosebumps. Driving, uptempo groove.
"The Joy of Minimal" throbs in the sub-20hz world of 'feel it not hear it' bass
"Profunditty" serves up copious amount of low bass in the 20-30hz range
Finally, ener-getica 420 which is a mid-tempo jam that 'punches' the air with a series of percussive infra-sonic blasts and also features a bassline right on the verge of audible frequencies.
http://soundcloud.com/psychedelicious/ener-getica-420-the-slow-flowEdited by imagic - 7/18/12 at 2:16pm