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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    Not so sure about that, there's plenty of 12" bangers but he went to a lot of effort to do something cohesive - getting deejays in to revoice old tunes. The Frankie Paul and Pliers tunes for example.
    ah, I guess I should have pulled it out and listened to it before commenting! it's been a while since I listened to it

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    Youre not totally wrong, but Id say its more of an album than the Foul Play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post

    Speaking of compillation albums, anyone got that brainkillers cassette mix of the kemet crew champion jungle sound release?
    Not sure if its what you mean but I've got mp3s of this album/compilation that I nicked off the internet somewhere, but its not mixed (some of them seem to fade out or end early though)?

    I absolutely love it.

    This is my fave I think:

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    if you're unfamiliar, for a bit of back story go look at the drone thread

    the ne plus ultra of menacing drone jungle

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    Apparently parts of the Kemet/3rd party back catalogue are going to be repressed:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/Priv...%3A%22R3%22%7D

    if that doesn't work (not sure if that's a public or private group), then here's the screenshot:

    https://i.imgur.com/PcJ6L3F.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post


    Speaking of compillation albums, anyone got that brainkillers cassette mix of the kemet crew champion jungle sound release?
    Yes I think so. Do you want me to upload it if I do?

    Try here first though https://concretetapes.wordpress.com/...ve-ever-heard/

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    Quote Originally Posted by john eden View Post
    1. Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind
    2. Black Secret Technology
    3. Timeless

    I've not heard Parallel Universe but did mildly enjoy "Two Pages" for the first time a few years back when I was drunk and had found it in a charity shop.

    Timeless brings back a lot of happy memories for me.
    1. Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind
    2. Black Secret Technology
    3. Timeless
    4. Parallel Universe

    It's quite good on two listens. Some of the beats on the first few tracks are a bit clunky imo which, I was surprised by. Gets better after that.

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    a rare example of new skool jungle/dnb with obvious grime influences. as I mentioned in the techno thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by Pearsall View Post
    totally agree with you here, this is one of those things I find a little perplexing about much (but not all!) jungle revivalism - it basically ignores the subsequent 25 years of musical history. why the same old vocal samples, for example? I don't think I've ever heard one of these jungle revivalists sample Wiley or Dizzee Rascal, let alone any newer or lesser-known UK mc.

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    Another mislaid decent jungle album... SHY FX's 'just an example'.


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    My mate brought the DJ Rap album. It was a collection of crap remixes of her great tunes and some underwhelming new tunes.

    Yet she was responsible for some of the most gorgeous and slamming jungle tracks of all time.

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    Sidelined by "The Jungle Council" though, because she played M-Beat and General Levy despite their fatwa. Or was it that?

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    Yeah, death threats and all.

    The LP is better than that review though. Some duff tunes, but worth it for Ruffest Gunark, Spiritual Aura rmx and The Drum.

    A Mad Up
    B Abyss
    C1 Losing Control
    C2 Burning Love
    D1 Spiritual Aura (Angel Mix)
    D2 Two Lovers
    E1 The Drum
    E2 Roughest Gunark
    F1 See The Future
    F2 Baby Don't Keep Me Waiting

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    top gear from the Top Buzz dudes

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    so, everything about this record indicates it should be terrible. ca. 96 Peshay, on Mo Wax, remixing a trip hop song that would later become famous after featuring in The Matrix

    and yet... (the drums come in @2:25)

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    I disagree that it should be terrible - what was wrong with Peshay's output in 95/96? He did some great tunes then.
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