Art Of Noise* ‎– The Drum And Bass Collection

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Something Always Happens 7:39
Opus 4 9:20
Eye Of A Needle 7:35
Kiss (Haitian Vampire Mix) 6:17
Ode To Don Jose 6:40
Island 6:04
Crusoe 6:33
Art Of Love 6:10
Camilla The Old Old Story 5:53
Yebo 5:27
Peter Gunn 5:59

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WOL1072 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(2xLP, Album) China Records WOL1072 UK 1996 Sell This Version
WOL1072 Art Of Noise* The Drum & Bass Collection(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) China Records WOL1072 UK 1996 Sell This Version
0630-16463-2 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Album) China Records 0630-16463-2 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
WPCR-944 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Album) China Records, WEA WPCR-944 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
WOLCD1072 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Album) China Records WOLCD1072 UK 1996 Sell This Version
PROP247 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Promo, Sli) China Records PROP247 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
77056 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Album) China Records, Discovery Records 77056 US 1997 Sell This Version
77056 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Album, Promo) China Records, Discovery Records 77056 US 1997 Sell This Version
LDDG044, LDDG 044 Art Of Noise* The Drum And Bass Collection(CD, Album, Unofficial) DG-Records, DG-Records LDDG044, LDDG 044 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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Pleinmont

Pleinmont

June 5, 2015
referencing The Drum And Bass Collection, 2xLP, Album, WOL1072
Awesome tracks. This is well up there with all the Moving Shadow and Headz compilations from around that time. Lemon D and Doc Scott tunes are probably the most well known ones but all excellent remixes which have not dated in nearly 20 years which is impressive testament to the skills of these producers.
BenAbstrakt

BenAbstrakt

January 4, 2015
referencing The Drum And Bass Collection, 2xLP, Album, WOL1072
Quality production on all fronts as some of the biggest in the dnb game ( at the time ) give their interpretations of the seminal band inna dnb stylee. Really, every one of these cuts is top notch - with most blending 2-step style beats ( the burgeoning sound at the time) with lush atmospherics and big subs. Most come across pretty damn tuff with the winners being Dom & Roland showing masterful restraint for over 3 mins before he goes Reese, PFM bringing Looking Good style funk, J Magik rolling out a creepy headz breaker that you could fool for Hidden Agenda, and Doc Scott steadily stepping his 2 step beat found in some of his most anthemic cuts, but never going dark. The winners are Lemon D's brilliant paranoid jazz funk workout take on Eye Of a needle ( featured on Doc Scott's Mixmag CD) and the halftime start into a proper bounce on Yebo by the unknown Lightfoot. Quality stuff all around.