DJ. Gwange* ‎– Motionless / Adrenalin

Legend Records (16) ‎– LEG 007
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): LEG 007 A-1 CBA O
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA etched): LEG 007 AA-1 CBA O


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September 9, 2017
This is Legend records at its best. I have played both sides to death because I love them so much. Going from a bedroom DJ to playing this out at raves was pure class and it always got a great reaction. Championed by the likes of Ratty, Bukem, DJ Lee etc.


January 18, 2016

Adrenalin is first class but Motionless just oozes with vibes. That piano breakdown just is like a dense sky that breaks up suddenly and the sun shines through. The "uh" brings the ruffness back. Wicked beats layering, warm subs - pure bliss!


December 20, 2009
edited over 8 years ago

I THINK EVERYTHING LEGEND DONE WAS SICK AS FUCK! LTJ BUKEM RINSED MORE OR LESS EVERY TUNE THEY RELEASED... Adrenalin is the side that does it for me the last break down and then the last drop is quite possibly one of the darkest moments in JUNGLE HISTORY! I would pay serious money just to hear this on a giant sound system the size of a house. This to me is up there with the greatest Jungle ever pressed onto vinyl and utterly essential in a Jungle DJs Record Box!!!


July 28, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
One of the most amazing early atmospheric D+B tunes. Both sides come from that golden era where the amen snares wipped round you as you danced yourself stupid. The piano builds, the chord progressions, the rolling amens, all add up to something unique. If anyone is a fan of late 1993-early 1994 Bukem/Fabio/Peshay tunes, this will put a smile on your face. It still gives me goosebumps whenever I listen to it. Pure class from DJ Gwange, who stopped producing work far too early. Who knows what he could have created in the years that followed.