Benga & Skream ‎– The Judgement

Samples chant from the movie 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' released in 2000.


Benga & Skream
Benga & Skream The Judgement 5:33
Benga v Skream
Skream The Bug 4:49
Benga Amber 3:42

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BAM 003 Benga & Skream Benga & Skream - The Judgement(12", EP, Gre) Big Apple Records BAM 003 UK 2003 Sell This Version
BAM 003 Benga & Skream Benga & Skream - The Judgement(12", Bla) Big Apple Records BAM 003 UK 2003 Sell This Version
BAM 003 Benga Vs Skream Benga Vs Skream - The Judgement(12", TP, W/Lbl) Big Apple Records BAM 003 UK 2003 Sell This Version
RNS022J Skream & Benga Skream & Benga - The Judgement EP(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Big Apple Records RNS022J UK 2011


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January 16, 2019
referencing The Judgement, 12", TP, W/Lbl, BAM 003
I'm pretty sure this test press version is same in sound quality as black version.... Thus same vinyl no label lol Ill explain... When pressing, tests are created to see sound quality and polish off for final mass batch run, and tests are cut in very small batches of 5-15 runs. Then the full final run is pressed after. But what alot of artists did to save money as cutting such a large number of tests costs and deals used to be 10 tests + 500 vinyls. or no tests and a full run. I recon like many other artists they just did the full 500 run. The first 30 were sold as tests with no label & test press info sheet. The rest were labels up & sold prob a month after. Remember these guys made minimal change off these vinyls they went for £7 in shops in 2003, so any small saving (no test costs) is extra profit for the small time producer.



December 23, 2014
referencing The Judgement, 12", EP, Gre, BAM 003

Amber is a very energetic grimey Benga tune with a sick beat and synth and grimey bass to it, an absolute banger, best tune on this release.

The Bug is an awesome track from Skream with its wobble bass and beat with some sick sound effects to it, very sick track from Skream.

The Judgement is an awesome track which sounds very dubby with a sick beat and atmospheric samples which evolves into a grimey wobble bass, very good track.

Overall this is a brilliant release from Skream and Benga.


July 1, 2011
edited over 10 years ago
referencing The Judgement, 12", Bla, BAM 003
As far as i know the best copy to own of this record is the 'Black Vinyl Edtion'. The sound quality of the 'Green' initial press doesn't have the quality of 'Black' one, prob. due to the way each vinyl was mastered during pressing. Being one of Skreams first songs it's worth having for the novelty factor of knowing... this here is (one of) the originations of Dubstep in my hands!! Yeah its basic and sounds a lot like UK garage but hey every genre has to evolve from somewhere. Think of this vinyl as a piece of vintage sort after artwork but in a sound format. Then you will appreciate the new massive worldwide movement it has created, as it all started with this 'piece of plastic' way back in 2003.