Goldie ‎– INCredible Sound Of Drum'n'Bass Mixed By Goldie

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Spectrum
1-01 Doc Scott Here Come The Drums
1-02 Alex Reece Pulp Friction
1-03 Digital Space Funk
1-04 Deep Blue Thursday
1-05 Roni Size & DJ Die The Calling
1-06 Doc Scott Unofficial Ghost
1-07 Jonny L See Red
1-08 DJ Kalm Close Range
1-09 Codename John The Warning
1-10 Ram Trilogy No Reality
1-11 Shy FX Bambaata Back To The Core (Dillinja Remix)
Remix – Dillinja
1-12 Fresh & Vegas Otto's Way
1-13 Grooverider Rainbows Of Colour
1-14 Souljah Fade 2 Black
Retro
2-01 Goldie Manslaughter
2-02 Dillinja Angels Fell
2-03 Goldie Terminator
2-04 Doc Scott Dark Angel
2-05 Neil Trix Gesture Without Motion
2-06 Digital Far Out
2-07 London Elektricity Dirty Dozen
2-08 Randall & Flex Sahara Dawn
2-09 Optical To Shape The Future (Reckless Mission Dub)
2-10 J Majik Your Sound
2-11 Hokusai Sculptures Hide
2-12 Matrix Convoy

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Notes

Track 2-11 is credited to Source Direct.

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  • Label Code: LC 2868
  • Barcode: 5 099749 465022

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INC6CD Goldie INCredible Sound Of Drum'n'Bass Mixed By Goldie(2xCD, Mixed) INCredible INC6CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
IM 0018-04 Goldie INCredible Sound Of Drum'n'Bass 1(Cass, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Not On Label (Goldie) IM 0018-04 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
INC6LP Goldie INCredible Sound Of Drum'N'Bass Mixed By Goldie(3xLP, Comp, Ltd, Num) INCredible INC6LP UK 1999 Sell This Version
INC6LP Goldie INCredible Sound of Drum'n'Bass Mixed by Goldie(3xLP, Comp, Shr) INCredible INC6LP France 1999 Sell This Version
IM 0017-04 Goldie INCredible Sound Of Drum'n'Bass 2(Cass, Mixed, Unofficial) Not On Label (Goldie) IM 0017-04 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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junglistric

junglistric

April 6, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Not credited in the tracklisting after Digital - Special Mission (listed as Far Out) is Krust - True Stories
Also not credited on track 1-14 is Photek - Knitevision
dlgale1974

dlgale1974

November 28, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
As I've got older I've lost my appetite and appreciation for tunes from the dark side. I did spend a lot of time at Jungle events during the 90's, but I find it all a bit boring nowadays. That said, I remember that when this came out I liked it for two reasons. Number one being that It's a good selection from the hey day of Jungle, and number two being that there's no MCs. It's far from the best mixing, granted, but I can forgive that because the selection is fairly tough. Personally I would have liked to have been able to get an unmixed copy so I could add the odd tune to a play list rather than having to play the lot. It's not that there are any weak tunes, it's just that it all gets a bit monotonous after while and I crave for something a little lighter, with a little more melody.
MondoCaine

MondoCaine

November 24, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
I have to question the labeling on this one.
Not the information displayed on this page but the actual labeling itself.
Optical To Shape The Future (Reckless Mission Dub) is supposed to be the original track. No remix.
And Digital - Far out is supposed to be Digital - Special Mission.
Please concur.
subsoul

subsoul

January 22, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

This compilation has some great old school d'n'b tracks, the problem is Goldie can't really mix that well. He may be the 'godfather of drum n bass', But as a dj I can hear almost all tracks are off beat when the tracks are mixed together. Seems like he struggles to get the beats on cue. Overall it's a great showcase but sloppy mixing. Still, Goldie is a great producer. Favorite track: Doc Scott - unofficial ghost.
Dozuki

Dozuki

September 30, 2003
Aside from have a lot of classic anthems from back in the day, this is not a very good CD. If you actually listen to the mix you will notice that the majority of his transitions are very sloppy and some are just downright off as far as beat matching. Goldie is riding on his reputation with this one. I bought a used copy and was downright disappointed for even forking out what little cash I did for this. The only reason to own this CD is if you want to become somewhat familiar with some of these classics. Any decent DJ would be ashamed to put out mixes that were this sloppy.
skate8

skate8

June 1, 2003

f you see the discography of this cd, you'll say ,oh I know this songs,YOU DON'T KNOW 'EM. Everyone had heard mixed cds by a DJ, but this 2 cds, show that there is more than crossfadeing and stuff, Goldie does somethink "INCredible",in the real meaning of the word, he mixes like no other, he stunts. By listening INCredible Sound Of Drum and Bass you'll see that Goldie is trully a drum and bass dj, not just a dj. His skills are well showen on this cds. INcredible Sound Of Drum and Bass has some perplexing tracks, but also it has Goldie!
voitek

voitek

July 30, 2002
This guy sure knows his stuff, Goldie would have to be one of the pioneering greats of the drum and bass sound, along with the likes of LTJ Bukem, Roni Size, Ed rush and more. His ability to blend a perfect mash of dark, misty and sublime beats hails his fame as a d&b legend. Truely a great cd.
Illabadilla

Illabadilla

September 15, 2001
edited over 16 years ago

This is one of the best DJ mix albums I own. It's Goldie, so you know its dark and heavy. Darkstep, 2step, techstep, hardstep, its all there. The best track on it is "Rainbows of Colour" by Grooverider.