DJ Crystl ‎– Meditation / Warp Drive

Dee Jay Recordings ‎– DJX0010
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Meditation 8:10
AA Warp Drive 6:32

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- The breakdown in "Warpdrive" uses elements from "The Machine Dream" by Dimension on Another Planet Records.

- "Feel the power" speech sample in "Warp Drive" is taken from the movie "The Dark Crystal" (1982).

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A/AA): PA7334

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June 12, 2017
edited 3 months ago
Warp Drive!
Fasten your seat belts please!
And as this tune navigates you through the cluster fuck of space Detritus!
This tune will get you to the good shit!
The beats on this are sick!
Non comparable!
This is Jungle Techno!
Peace ;)


December 28, 2016
defo in the top 20 drum n base of all time


May 28, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Warp drive hits you with soooo many lefts you will beg for a right, it then rips your head off and defecates down your neck. Meditation spanks you round the chops with a double wham largactil kosh.... What's not to like! Massive pain followed by mmmmmm.... a calming, warm serenity.


April 29, 2016

One of the first real drum n bass tunes I ever came across with. So many memories. Timeless, astonishing beauty of sound.


November 29, 2015

Meditation really is an outstanding tune, it really is the the prodigy of 93 Jungle! Atmospheric as you like!


October 15, 2015
Easily one of the best early drum n bass tunes, if not of all time! I remember playing it in my bedroom and my mum came in and said "What is that jungle music you're playing?!" True!


February 17, 2015
Okay before trying to save pennies listen..... The Original has the nasty business going on good and proper the newer one is crap end of really it's tamed down and lost it's balls.


November 22, 2014
i first heard this in 1993 when i went to red eye records and bought it!!! i also bought loads of other records and went home and mixed it on to tape and give copies to all my mates, paracetamol and rat poison snid E,s


April 10, 2008
edited over 5 years ago
Warpdrive is maybe my favourite tune of all time, I first properly heard it in about 2002 when I was just getting into oldskool jungle, I recognised it from pirate radio ad's and the odd old live set.

It seems so ahead of its time, the stuttering delayed amen is amazing, I cant think of much from 1993 or before that was that edited or sounded that good maybe until Remarc took everyone to the edge of what you can do to an amen.

Thats just the intro though, it rolls nicely with powerful sub's and even if you dont know the tune, you know it is building up to something.
Then eventually it happens and in comes one of the most beautiful, euphoric breakdowns you will ever hear.
Then the amens hit again and its all over, pure goosebumps material.
Also props to the cute little backspins between the amens halfway through, classic.

Anyway the A side is aint bad either, only a tune like Warpdrive could over shadow it.
Meditation is another great amen tune but this one is a shade less dark, quite a deep tune and got heavy play from Bukem and the likes.

Probably the best double A-side in jungle drum & bass history.

Also, this got a repress recently and is pretty easy to get hold of, but the version of Warpdive on the repress is not the original. It has different amen edits, not quite as good.
Was the same version that was played out on dub a bit and also was used on the Promised Land album.
Still for a fiver its still worth it


October 26, 2007
This is a benchmark in the ultimate ecstasy breakdown, you cannot beat the infectious amens in this tune. perfect for mixing into jungle, hardcore, n jungle - techno. I was lucky to bag this tune it is a must have for any collection.

Meditation is also a whopping tune however my preferred is warpdrive. nuff said, words cant describe so listen. like DJ Shadows album entroducing, its one of those tunes you never get bored of, however predictable it is after muchos rewinds on the wheels.

Buy this record.