Future Loop Foundation ‎– Time And Bass

Mammoth Records ‎– MR0144-2


1 Discovery
2 Kinetic Pioneers
3 Spirit Catcher
4 I Want To Believe
5 Shake The Ghost
6 Carla's Dream
7 Bad Joss
8 The Journey
9 Journey's End (Polyphony)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 035498014420

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BARKCD020 Future Loop Foundation Time And Bass(CD, Album) Planet Dog BARKCD020 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BARK LP 020 Future Loop Foundation Time And Bass(2xLP) Planet Dog BARK LP 020 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BARKCD020 Future Loop Foundation Time And Bass(2xCD, Album, Ltd, P/Mixed) Planet Dog BARKCD020 UK 1996 Sell This Version


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January 20, 2018
Absolutely stunning album from start to finish, great bass lines superb drums and amazing pads/synths the general flow of the album just takes the listener to another place. This album is as good as any jungle drum and bass album ever made and again is a clear indicator that although it’s not that well known amongst the jungle dnb mainstream doesn’t mean it isn’t as good. This excellent style of jungle reminds me of the equally amazing Spring Heel Jack who were another outfit on the outskirts of jungle dnb but again like this album were as good if not better than your average mainstream jungle dnb producer!


September 7, 2008

The album is surely underrated, no doubt about that. Tracks like Discovery or Kinetic Pioneers are the absolute niceness of Jungle classics. You can easily compare it with Goldie's work of 1995, eg Inner City Life.

The atmosphere, the vibes, the grooves make it hardly believable this music heads back to 96. If you take a listen to Discovery, it's composition is flawless making it a good looking piece for Progression Sessions alongside Bukem, Seba, PFM or Mr Parkes of Code of Practice.

This is a must-have album for anyone who appreciates Jungle. For those who still don't have it, grab it from iTunes Plus.


November 21, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Tis a pity this record is so underappreciated - it is one of the best chill-out jungle albums. The feeling of space and emotion FLF creates is stunning, and doubly so that such a level of excellence is maintained over the whole album.