DJ Defcore ‎– Dub Play Junglist E.P.

Not On Label ‎– DEF002
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Limited Edition, Test Pressing

Companies, etc.


-JTS- etched on both sides.

Limited edition of ten white label test pressings.
Paper sleeve says:

1 of 10 T.P.

Note: The etching is written in a way that could easily be DEF001.
It is difficult to distinguish between it being a 1 or a 2.
Listed as 002 until more information is available.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DEF002-A
  • Matrix / Runout: DEF002-B


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September 9, 2018

Average jungle at best. If you're looking for actual hard-hitting amen tracks, check out some of Bizzy B's rarer stuff, and the stuff on Slam! records. Much better than this.


July 22, 2018
It's an ok record that suffers from the discogs scarcity effect that, driven by a fetishistic lust of collectors, overvalues decidedly average records. I have a decent rip of this but if there were a thousand copies of this tune on the street, I'd pay about £8 for a nice copy.

The fact someone is offering one for £2600 (at the time of writing) is between hilarious and disgusting.

If you absolutely definitely must own this don't mug yourself; pay no more than £50.


March 9, 2018
Oi Oi Saveloy this tune is NAUGHTY. Not heard this in 20 years!


September 6, 2017
If there is 10 pressings how do 27 have this item? I'm confused


February 21, 2017
Whois DJ Defcore? Prize for mad price awarded, is it really THAT good?


October 18, 2016

Mr_Geese... Just to confirm the note on the sleeve is not a reference to anyone involved in the production so you're correct on that... the test press I have is the legit one and the one photographed here... 'Bryan G' was written on the sleeve as it was a copy originally ear marked for him personally from the Artist/Producer... whether it got in to his hands is not known as 'addressed' promos like this one were handed in or sent to pirate Radio Stations but intercepted by staff or other DJs before they got to the DJs they was addressed to... I am guessing that whoever was behind this gave away 10 copies to well known headlining jungle DJs of the day as a direct promotion... it's possible the person concerned had a few more than 10 pressed [maybe 20-50] ... the ones that were initially given away were 10 Limited pressings... the other nine [min being one of the original 10] were probably personally addressed to the DJs they were given/sent to... Hope this helps and clears up some of the comments below... any more info from the producer or originator would be appreciated... I have not seen the so called 'bootleg' does it have the identical etching and label grooving? The original [the one photographed] has a pale blue tinge to the colour of the white label characteristic of the indie Jungle pressings of the time coming out of Jetstar.


February 28, 2016

Only 10 made yet 14 have!!! Says it all.... Worth £20


January 10, 2016

I'm not sure what's up with the really shitty Average Rating for this joint, but just skimming through these tracks I can tell it's damn good. I guess people are pissed off that only 10 copies of this thing exist not including possible bootlegs, but this is honestly some really off kilter, hard hitting jungle from the glory days of the scene. I can understand why this is a grail for some.


October 31, 2015

What is def001 ??


September 13, 2015
I'm confused here ,
Has this been bottied or not?
Don't wanna be paying 80 for a bootie