LTJ Bukem ‎– Earth Volume Three

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Earth ‎– EARTHCD003
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1 LTJ Bukem Featuring DRS Constellation
Engineer – D. Duncan*, O. Lomax*Vocals [Additional] – MC ConradVocals [Featuring] – DRS
5:58
2 Tayla Stargazing
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer [Additional] – D. Duncan*
7:43
3 Intense & Molly Duncan Jammin' In My Head
Guitar – Tim ConsfieldSaxophone – Molly DuncanTrombone – Neil Sidwell
5:55
4 Words 2 B Heard Meets Ad-Ill (Planet Invasion)* Con-Quest
Drums – Killian MaddenEngineer, Mixed By – Martian (2)Guitar – Chris Campbell (2)Scratches – Add-IllVocals – MC ConradVocals [Additional] – DRS
5:32
5 Bjorn Distorted Reality
Engineer, Mixed By – S. Vispi*
5:58
6 Longers & Forces Of Nature Natures Way
Engineer – T. Reeves*Mixed By – G. Church, Life On Mars (2)
7:46
7 Blu Mar Ten Ir-On-Ing 2:16
8 Big Bud Distant Space 10:24
9 Artemis First Light 6:17
10 Blame Latitude
Engineer – S. Donohue*Flute – Gavin TateGuitar – Nic GrayPercussion – Mikey Bennett
6:30

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Released in cardboard box with CD tray and booklet insert.

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  • Barcode: 5 032781 580025
  • Matrix / Runout: EARTHCD03 SONOPRESS

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EARTHLP003 LTJ Bukem Earth Volume Three(5x12", Comp, Ltd + Box, Num) Earth EARTHLP003 UK 1998 Sell This Version
EARTHCD003PRO LTJ Bukem Earth Volume Three(CD, Comp, Promo) Earth EARTHCD003PRO UK 1998 Sell This Version
EARTHCD003-2 LTJ Bukem Earth Volume Three(CD, Comp, RE) Earth EARTHCD003-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
EARTHCD003, PM 432 LTJ Bukem Earth Volume Three(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Earth (9), Earth (9) EARTHCD003, PM 432 Unknown Sell This Version
EARTHCD003 LTJ Bukem Earth Volume Three(CD, Comp) Earth EARTHCD003 UK 1999 Sell This Version

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September 9, 2008
edited over 2 years ago
Earth 2 established the series as a mainstay for GLR artists to expand to other genres and explore their artistic endeavors on an established label. Good Looking Records at this point was cemented as the go-to label for their atmospheric Drum and Bass sound, which in 1998, was a successful contrast to the popular darker edged Techstep sound.

What differs this entry from the previous 2 releases is the addition to GLR resident MCs. It is of no consequence why "Constellations" is deeply embedded in hip-hop execution. In short, DRS kills it here unquestionably. His delivery and flow are absolutely impeccable in a stern voice, but neither overwhelming to drown out the melody. The track Bukem lays out acts as a complimentary voice in its instrumentation while simultaneously giving it that "rare groove" jazz elements.