Jonny L ‎– Piper

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Piper (Edit) 4:06
Obedience 6:40
Common Origin 5:58
Piper (Grooverider Mix) 8:02

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XLS 74 CD Jonny L Piper(CD, Single) XL Recordings XLS 74 CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
XLR 74 Jonny L Piper (Grooverider Mix) / Obedience(12", W/Lbl, Promo, Sti) XL Recordings XLR 74 UK 1997 Sell This Version
XLR 74 Jonny L Piper (Grooverider Mix)(10") XL Recordings XLR 74 UK 1997 Sell This Version
XLR 74 Jonny L Piper (Grooverider Mix)(10", W/Lbl, Promo) XL Recordings XLR 74 UK 1997 Sell This Version
XLT 74 Jonny L Piper / Common Origin(10") XL Recordings XLT 74 UK 1997 Sell This Version
XLLP 120 PR Jonny L Piper / Common Origin(12", Promo, W/Lbl) XL Recordings XLLP 120 PR UK 1997 Sell This Version
XLLP 120 PR Jonny L Piper(10", Single, Promo) XL Recordings XLLP 120 PR UK 1997 Sell This Version

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8Bitmidget

8Bitmidget

November 5, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Piper, CD, Single, XLS 74 CD
piper 3 is the best imo
AmenWorshipper

AmenWorshipper

August 28, 2010
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Piper / Common Origin, 10", XLT 74
Piper is a stone cold classic and sums up the techy '2 stepping sound' doing the rounds in 1997,

Previously compared to the sound of "a baseball bat hitting a dutch oven for over 8 minutes"

This 10 inch should be in the collection of every d&b head.

Quote credit-Peter Shapiro 1997, Drum'n'bass THE ROUGH GUIDE, ISBN 1-85828-433-3.

knoeki

knoeki

December 5, 2009
referencing Piper (Grooverider Mix) / Obedience, 12", W/Lbl, Promo, Sti, XLR 74
Intresting. I happen to have this one, except it's an actual 10", without sticker. Catalog number appears to be the same.
djjobrky

djjobrky

January 25, 2009
referencing Piper (Grooverider Mix), 10", XLR 74

Grooverider without doubt is one of the scene's best when reworking classic tunes. Piper the original had already established itself as a big time tune receiving huge DJ support up and down the UK, plus not forgetting the video which is still to this day being played on MTV. Now if you thought the original was bad, trust me this remix is even better. Grooverider starts the track in a moody and paranoia type fashion with it's dark intense melody, then followed by the snippet beats which make the intro feel like a angry robot is walking towards you. A slight pause for that 'Piper' vocal and then boom the drop kicks in with that heartbeat type bassline still accompanied by the moody melody, absolutely sick. Then a few bars later the melody fades out and the track becomes more menacing and rolling accompanied with some nasty stabs. Epic remix from the Great Grooverider.

The flip side 'Obedience' is over shadowed by the Piper remix some what, but you won't be disppointed putting your needle to this one. Like Piper this is very moody and dark, an intense roller for the masses who like a bit of dark DnB.

Quality 10inch release, and without doubt a piece of Drum n Bass history.

Don't hesitate, just buy it.