DJ. Legacy* & Dread I Knight* ‎– Dark Stepper Vol 1

Grand Larceny ‎– GL-010
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Baad Ass
A2 1000 Barz
AA1 Shit Happens
AA2 The Riddle

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Catalog# appears as GL-010 on label and as GL 010 in the etchings.

From label:
For S.O.H.K Productions
Big Ups: M.C Fats, Dave Firmin' Harris, Cofi, Carrie - Act 1
Dancemaster - E. Simms, DJ. Rips (Rugged Rec), Pressure FM.

Track A1 samples:
Dialogue from the film Aliens

Track A2 samples:
Dialogue from the film More Dollars For The MacGregors

Track AA2 samples:
Dialogue from an advert for Kelloggs Crunch Nut cornflakes
Dialogue from the film Batman Forever


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June 29, 2019

great ep should be far more sought after than it actually is, maybe it came out to late for people to care, seems even the beardstroke massive still aint cottened on, everybody still wanking themselfs trying to get a copy of nutty bass or Tandj, pick this up


October 12, 2013

It doesn't come along very often but when it does grab it - quite a militant sound overall (as subsystem_jungle says, a tough 12") but enough going on to surprise and turn heads - I guess The Riddle is gonna be many people's favourite but every track's got something.


June 10, 2008
Tha sample used on the track 'The Riddle'is from an advert for Kellogs crunchy nut cornflakes that was on TV at the time. It says "you never know whats going to come next.." still makes me chuckle.

The track 1000 barz is the best for me however. It has very fast chopped up amen and a great vocal sample that builds the tune up before the amen drops. This really is a wicked and tough 12".


January 19, 2008
The highlight of this 12" is by far The Riddle, With its cheeky sampling "You never know whats going to come next" or "For instance" and along with the obvious Riddler sample, make this track a refreshing change from the played out ragga sampled tracks that dominated the era. Although released in 1996 (The era of Jump Up) it retains a mid 95 feel with its snappy amen programing and i feel one of the best bass lines ever cut to a 12". You just cant help but to get that neck bone workin to this one.