Adam F ‎– Brand New Funk

V Recordings ‎– V-029PROMO, V Recordings ‎– V-029, F-Jams ‎– V-029PROMO, F-Jams ‎– V-029
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Promo, 45 RPM

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByStu.*
  • Producer, Written-ByAdam F


Limited Edition of only a few thousand copies (2000 or 3000). Later re-released on the Planet V Compilation Box (8 x vinyl).

Catalog# on cover: V-029
Catalog# on label: V-029PROMO

On front cover:
Limited Edition Promo
Taken from the forthcoming album Planet V

On label A:
Taken from the forthcoming album Planet V
A: Recorded and mixed at Seventy Three.
Published by Adam F Publishing / Warner Chapell Music.
© 1998 V Recordings Ltd
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. under license to V Recordings

On back cover:
Brand New Funk is also featured on the forthcoming Adam F album • A 73 Production for Adam F Productions.
© 1998 V Recordings Ltd
Made in England

The AA-side is a different cut as being used on the white label promo. Hence the etching V-029-AA₂ (white label: V029 AA-1).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A etched): V029 A-1 Stu.
  • Matrix / Runout (AA etched): V-029-AA₂

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August 26, 2018

Onetime says it all. This is such a classic tune. And listening again 20 years later it's VINTAGE.!!


March 16, 2018
The Suv remix is a different remix to the one he made for the Planet V LP (i.e. the one playing on the youtube link)


September 10, 2015
I used to drop doubles of this track so it would echo the break down. Massive tune!!!! Always got a rewind.


January 10, 2009
This release will always have its place in drum and bass history. In 1997 jungle was mired in sample-by-numbers jump up and directionless darkside. This came out of leftfield. I first heard it dropped by Fabio on a Friday night in the unassuming surroundings of the Brunel Club, Swindon. The intro seemed to last an eternity. I remember everyone looking at each other on the dancefloor, strangers asking each other the same question - what the hell is this tune? And then it dropped. And we erupted. Every element of the tune is perfect - the horn stabs, the live bass guitar, the menacing breakdown, the old school hip hop sample "yah say.." Later that night, after the club, someone had a tape with it on, recorded off the BBC's One In The Jungle, and we just sat there, rewinding, rewinding, rewinding.