µ-Ziq ‎– Urmur Bile Trax Volume 1 Volume 2

Label:
Astralwerks ‎– ASW 6185
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CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1 Urmur Bile 9:07
2 Let Let 7:10
3 M5 Saabtone 10:09
4 Fine Tuning 6:12
5 The Hydrozone 6:18
6 1 Hip 007* 12:53
7 Hornet 8:40
8 The Phonic Socks 7:07

Credits

Notes

Designed at Lab
"Urmur Bile" contains samples from "Oily Man Eel" by Rub Ultra,
"Let Let" incorporates a sample from "Virgin Beauty" by Ornette Coleman.
Used courtesy of Sony Music.
All compositions published by Chrysalis Music Ltd,
except "Let Let", published by Chrysalis Music Ltd/Harmelodic Inc.
The Copyright in this recording is owned by Virgin Records Ltd.
℗ 1997 Virgin Records Ltd
© 1997 Astralwerks/Caroline Records

Mastered by EMI Mfg

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 17046 61852 6
  • Matrix / Runout: ASW0685RE1

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PLUD3, 0170 4 661852 6 µ-Ziq Urmur Bile Trax Volume 1 Volume 2(CD, Comp) Planet Mu, Hut Recordings PLUD3, 0170 4 661852 6 UK 1997 Sell This Version
0170 4 661852 6, PLUD3, PLUD 3 µ-Ziq Urmur Bile Trax Volume 1 Volume 2(CD, Comp) Hut Recordings, Planet Mu, Planet Mu 0170 4 661852 6, PLUD3, PLUD 3 Europe 1997 Sell This Version

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EnixOne

EnixOne

July 31, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

Sounds very urban, energetic, jazzy. You can also hear ondioline here and there for that extra "classic" vibe. Very rich souding album with a lot of DnB goodness.

This album is truly a hidden gem.
WGYSS

WGYSS

December 22, 2007

Certainly the most Jean-Jacques Perrey-esk µ-Ziq record ever. I'm sure he's sampling the hell out of him here, but this record is much more than petty theft. It's really a milestone record from Mike because this was his first foray into the drill n bass or drum n bass style. It lead the way for his future records (most notably right off the bat, Lunatic Harness) and more importantly the way for Planet µ's future records for which it ows it's great success. Funnily enough Urmur Bile doesn't seem to get talked about as much and is largely ignored. It's always pretty easy to find in the used bins, so when you see it (and you will), pick it up because it's a worth while fiver you're spending here. I love it for tracks like "M5 Saabtone" and the "Phi* 1700 (U/V)" retake called "1 Hip 007*".