Bounty Killaz ‎– Bounty Killaz - Part Two

Label:
Creative Wax ‎– CW 003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Approach & Identify
AA Lay Back

Credits

Notes

From label:
Shouts to: Grooverider : Top Buzz : Randall : Randall : Goldie : Bizzy B : Nicky (BM) : Jack Horner : Dave & Bob (Buzz Records) : Chris H & DJ Dream : Rude Bwoy Mikey Sherpa : Lee + Jacksmooth + Alex Reese : Special thanks to: Aurther (Basement) Respect :

The Approach and Identify female vocal sample in track A "Approach & Identify" was ripped from the movie "Logan's Run"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CW 003 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout: CW 003 B-1

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moby27

moby27

January 13, 2018
Both tracks are examples of jungle techno of the highest calibre. Approach and identify with its Ratty esque glass choirs and Bizzy B style hoover breakdown just kills it for me. Lay back was the more popular tune bitd and is pure class. Atmospheric with Detroit style stabs and heavy bassline, very much in the Basement records mould. All in all a seminal piece of music.
AmenWorshipper

AmenWorshipper

November 11, 2017

Any1 more bothered than me make me an offer if you want it :-)
oldskoolbosher

oldskoolbosher

October 14, 2017
Someone please repress all the early creative wax releases so we don't have to pay these prices. ...
oldskoolbosher

oldskoolbosher

October 4, 2017
Sold this on ebay for £25 nr mint last November -ouch. Want it back now but paying £225 just ridiculous price when median selling price is £19.00. Awesome darkage though...
artrecs

artrecs

September 29, 2017
For fuck sake, just becouse its jungle sellers just take the piss mental price.
BlueMoonWax

BlueMoonWax

May 25, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
This is virtually identical to DJ Scoobie's wait for the bass.. Not sure which mix but it's the one on illegal rave 3, and IMO Scoobie's is a lot better
DJ.Criss.Angel

DJ.Criss.Angel

May 24, 2014
The Lay Back Track is well before it's time back then. What a Choon!!!!
ornsman

ornsman

May 23, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

What a crunching piece of proto-drum & bass is the A side. Heavy kicks, and glass choir vocal synths, underpinned with breathtaking amens... this was totally unmatched for its time. Still play it now - a blast from the early 1993 hardcore era that pre-empted the drum & bass sound by a good few months. Unfortunately backed with a particularly unremarkable B (label) side; nevertheless, pass this one up at your peril!