FFF ‎– Wreck Havoc Vol One

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Mindbender Records ‎– MB#10, Orange Socks ‎– O.S.12.01
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
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A The Call 5:55
B Ease The Pressure 6:03

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Limited to 515 copies.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MB#10/O.S.12.01 A Rd&m -15343-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MB#10/O.S.12.01 B Rd&m -15343-

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Old_Boy

Old_Boy

March 19, 2016

ease the pressure superbly meets that sometimes murkey line between jungle and hardcore - too fast for me but can appreciate the work that's gone into this - I'd have to pitch it right down...hahaha!
somebedroomdj

somebedroomdj

September 22, 2015

This is an awesome fusion of modern hardcore jungle and the ravey oldschool stuff from '93-94 or thereabouts. There are vocals, mashed to fuck amens, big menacing basslines and even a euphoric piano outburst. I think these two tracks are very well executed with plenty of changeups to keep it interesting and so much oldschool vibe that you'll be breaking out the Vicks and white gloves. And then you'll put them away and turn it down to a reasonable volume because your kids will be looking at you like "Wtf dad?! OMG!!" Because it's 2015 and you are a fucking grown up now and there's not a chance in hell that your kids will ever understand but thank fuck for releases like this that will make you forget about all of that for a little while.

Overall, one of FFF's most interesting and yet most overlooked releases. Pure magic, ravecore to the bone.
darklime

darklime

December 17, 2010

Side A - dubby atmospheric junglecore,with some kinda pop vocals,it is more atmospheric vocal dub then jungle,but when beats kicks in you gonna know it :P it changed automaticly,to some kind of scary sonata,oh and then comes the ravecore part hoooray (^^,)
Some happines after darkness really great indeed ^^
And then back to darker part again.
So it's like Part 1-Part 2-Part 1 track.
Side B - starts with slowly jungle-break drums,then some darky synth with pianos,and effected vocals.
Then i'd call it darky junglecore.
Track could be shorter.
So in common this release is a combination of dark atmosphers,jungle breaks,and some happy (side a) and frustrated (side b) ravecore,and u should listen to it i suppose depending on your mood.