Skanna ‎– Night Stalker, EP

Skanna ‎– Skanna 03
Vinyl, 12", EP


A1 Untitled
A2 Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled


Track A1 samples:
Dialogue from the film Predator

Track A2 samples:
Synth from The Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea
Vocal from Prince ft. Tevin Campbell - Round And Round

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December 15, 2015
Im ready to buy - anyone got one - cash waiting


December 14, 2015
Im after a near mint one - PM


November 13, 2015
edited 2 months ago
Only 233 have this............. How many were pressed exactly........ Was usually 1000.... Where has the other 767 gone? Just curious lol ;)


June 2, 2015
edited 8 months ago

Well. For me, it is about time that I finally bought this EP even though though I knew I was going to have to pay three figures unless I was very lucky. Sometimes though, you've got to bite the bullet to get what you want. I wanted a near mint copy of this EP, and that's what I've got. I was around in 93' clubbing like a madman in the smoke, so I'd heard of John Graham (Skanna), and over the next couple of years I bought the All You Wanted 12, The Heaven EP and the Greatest Thing 12. Like other owners of this EP, I had heard the other tunes on the EP, but the reason I bought this piece of vinyl is the same as everyone else. That quality sample/remix of FSOL PNG, is just out of this world. Also on one of the Kickin' Six pack samplers that made up the Hard Leaders 4 (Into the Jungle) release, it is, and rightly so, is one of the best, if not the best release of 93'. You will have to pay to own a decent copy of this EP, but the whole EP is excellent. John Graham was well ahead of his time as far as early D&B/Jungle production goes. Easily as important as Metalheadz, V Recordings, Moving Shadow or Good Looking. Everything he released - which isn't a great deal considering his huge talents; every EP is sought after and expensive. Even the two represses of his early releases. For a serious collector, well worth forking out for a decent copy; but let's not forget the real reason for buying this EP. Four quality early 90's tracks. This was the music I was dancing my nut off to back then. Just as the whole jungle thing was really starting to hit its stride. Well worth every penny you undoubtedly will have to pay to own this record. You can't in all conscience, not want this. It really is, that important.

Mine also has the 3 beat start.


January 15, 2015
I found this about 2years ago paid £1 FOR it it's near mint copy except track a2 only has 3 beats instead of 4 at the beginning has anybody else had this on there copy it'd be good to know


September 14, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

One of the finest hardcore releases from 1993, and a cut above most of the other dark amenfests around at the time. It's not just dark either - there are warmer moments in the tracks too, complimenting the darkness nicely. Certainly an EP that deserves its sought after status!