DJ Krush ‎– Code4109

SMEJ Associated Records ‎– 497737 2
CD, Mixed

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1 DJ Krush Intro
Written-By – DJ Krush
2 The Legion Jingle Jangle (Mental Mix)
Written-By – The Legion
3 Gravity Back To The Essence
Written-By – Kristjan Fredriksen*
4 DJ Cam No Competition
Written-By – Laurent Daumail
5.1 Nick Wiz Four Elements
Written-By – Nicholas Loizides*
5.2 John Klemmer Yes To Life
Written-By – John Klemmer
5.3 Beats International Just Be Good To Me (Acappella)
Written-By – Harris James Samuel III*, Lewis Terry Steven*
6.1 The 45 King Flipshot
Written-By – The 45 King
6.2 John Klemmer Love Is Life/Live Is Love
Written-By – John Klemmer
7 Old World Disorder Featuring Eminem 3hree6ix5ive (Detrimental)
Written-By – K. Ogbourne*, M. Mathers*, V. Williams*
8 Gravity Featuring Kaman Leung What Is It...
Written-By – Kaman Leung, Kristjan Fredriksen*
9.1 Monkey-Ken & DJ Seto Feat Hazaed & Daddy Shadow 太陽があるかぎり -Taiyou Ga Arukagiri-
Written-By – Secchin
9.2 Orchestra & Choir Of Bulgarian Radio* Polegnala E Pschenitza
Written-By – Stephan Kanev*
10 DJ Krush No More
Featuring – DJ Hazu, DJ YasWritten-By – DJ Hazu, DJ Krush, DJ Yas
11 Jazzanova Coffee Talk
Written-By – Alexander Barck*, Axel Reinemer, Jürgen V. Knoblauch*, Stefan Leisering
12 DJ Fashion Wild Drums
Written-By – R. Robotham*
13 Virtuoso (2) Incinerator (Radio Version)
Written-By – M. Blackmer-Heart*
14 DJ Krush Final Home (Vocal Version)
Featuring – EstheroWritten-By – DJ Krush, Esthero
15 DJ Krush 流刀 -Ryu Tou-
Written-By – DJ Krush
16 Tha Blue Herb 知恵の輪 -Chie No Wa-
Written-By – Boss The MC, O.N.O
17 流 -Ryu-* Iléktrik
Written-By – DJ Krush
18 流 -Ryu-* Beataholic Reformatory
Featuring – The Beat KnucklesWritten-By – DJ Hide, DJ Krush, DJ Sak, Ta-Shi*, DJ Takada
19.1 DJ Krush Kemuri
Written-By – DJ Krush
19.2 Minoru Muraoka And New Dimension Group コンドルは飛んでいく -El Condor Pasa-
Written-By – Robles*, Kouji Sakashita

Companies, etc.



The inserts are very similar to those of the Japanese release, including RIAJ-mandated content near the barcode. However, there is no obi, and the catalog number indicates it is the European edition.

Similar to this other european version DJ Krush - Code4109, but with different CD & inserts.

This is a mix CD; the CD has 19 track markers but tracks 5, 6, 9 and 19 themselves comprise mixed tracks. Each part of these tracks is indicated by a letter (e.g. 5.1, 5.2). Duration for the complete track is listed at the first part.

Made in Austria.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099749 773721
  • Barcode (String): 5099749773721
  • Label Code: LC 06772
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): S4977372000-0101 13 A3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): S4977372000-0101 13 A4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): S4977372000-0101 13 A2
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 2, 3): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 945P
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 942C
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 946C

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AICT 132 DJ Krush Code4109(CD, Mixed) SMEJ Associated Records AICT 132 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
497737 2 DJ Krush Code4109(CD, Mixed) SMEJ Associated Records 497737 2 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
AICT 132 DJ Krush Code4109(CDr, Promo) SMEJ Associated Records AICT 132 UK 2000 Sell This Version
WK 11458 DJ Krush Code4109(CDr, Mixed, Promo) Red Ink WK 11458 US 2000 Sell This Version
497737 1000 DJ Krush Code4109(2x12", Mixed) SMEJ Associated Records 497737 1000 Europe 2000 Sell This Version


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July 13, 2014
This mix is really dope, very creative. I was afraid it would be stark, clangy and aggressive because of when it came out (2000), and it does have a little of that borderline dark industrial vibe here and there, but overall it's still very much in the same kind of dubby chillout and drum-focused groove as DJ Krush's earlier material on Ninja Tune.


March 29, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Mostly instrumental mix, tiny bit of japanese rap, chilled out hiphop beats, little bit of jazz, very creative. Probably the best place to start, as it is an excellent introduction to DJ Krush's work.


December 23, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

B-b-b-b-back to the Essence indeed! On this sonic excursion Krush offers up a serving of beats and sounds that go way beyond the 'usual' boundaries of hip hop; and then some. The drums and accompanying a cappelas/effects/plunderphonics on this CD sound as though they were created/mangled/recorded in a disused and abandoned gothic cathedral or that carvernous space-ship envisioned by HR Giger in Alien: archaic or otherworldly. Bass is often a key element in this mix be it throbbing, gurgling or thumping; it wraps iteslf around your skull and penetrates every available space in your head. But if bass is one end of the spectrum then Krush's use of saxaphone samples is the other end of it. Floating and etheral he uses the samples to juxtapose the denseness of the bass, and to further enhance this audio canvas he introduces subtle use of reverb and echo to draw out and morph the shape of the noises; reminiscent of the fuzzy-edge screen as used in movie dream sequences. The sheer variety of the music and sounds availble in this mix and the way in which Krush comandeers it, makes this a delight to listen again and again. Sit back, pass the rizlas and transcend your audio limitations.