DJ Jedi* ‎– Jedi EP #1

Jedi Recordings ‎– JEDI 1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Limited Edition, White Label, Stamped

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A1 Jedi & Stormtrooper Old Skool Flava (Remix)
Featuring – MC MarleyRemix – Jedi & Stormtrooper
A2 DJ Jedi* Rock To The Max 4:40
B1 DJ Jedi* Bad Meaning Good 5:19
B2 DJ Jedi* Rock U All Nite 5:20

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This 4 track EP features 4 tracks by DJ Jedi made between 2004 and 2007. They are all previously unreleased. Limited edition of 100 copies.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JEDI 01 DJ Jedi* Jedi EP #1(12", EP, RP, TP, Sta) Jedi Recordings JEDI 01 UK 2016 Sell This Version
JEDI 1 DJ Jedi* Jedi EP #1(12", TP, W/Lbl, EP) Jedi Recordings JEDI 1 UK 2011 Sell This Version
JEDI 01 DJ Jedi* Jedi EP #1(12", EP, Ltd, RP, W/Lbl, Sta) Jedi Recordings JEDI 01 UK 2016 Sell This Version


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May 21, 2015
B1 NOT Bad Meaning Bad But Bad Meaning Good scratch samples are taken from RUN DMC, PETER PIPER


June 28, 2012

This is a top quality EP of authentic sounding oldskool hardcore breaks. With heavy 1992-1995 influences on all of the tracks with a heavy focus on the breakbeats. Jedi & Stormtrooper's 'Old Skool Flava (Remix)' is a pounding 1994-1995 style hardcore track with MC Marley announcing the call of 'Original old skool flava!' to the masses. Jedi's own 'Rock To The Max' lifts elements from the aforementioned Ellis Dee and New Era tracks and makes a fine tune which could easily fit into any oldskool set without anyone noticing it was released in 2011.

'Bad Meaning Good' retains that original 1992 sound combining piano stabs, hip-hop vocals and an extremely familiar lift from a certain Micky Finn & Bay B Kane remix. Then it's fast forward to 1994-'95 with uplifting breakbeat, happy hardcore style, 'Rock U All Nite'. All in all a nice variety of styles, all on an uplifting tip. Sorted!


September 26, 2011

Track A1 is a faster remix of "Old Skool Flava" from <a href="" target="_blank">B2VOS EP 3.</a> Track A2 is a mash up of Ellis Dee's "Rock to the Max" and "New Era" by New Era. Track B1 has a similar riff to "Pennywise Remix" by Neuromancer. Finally, track B2 is a 94-95 'happy hardcore' style track that samples Basement Phil - "We Can Rock It."