Lick Down Crew ‎– The Remedy

Straight Lick Records ‎– SL 001
Vinyl, 12"

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A The Remedy
Vocals – ET
AA The Remedy Version

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version side is the instrumental mix of the tune

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January 24, 2016

Me personally I really rate this track anything Mr De Ice touches is a masterpiece in my eyes


September 7, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

Ragga toasted horns and junglistic beats/vocals, chimes. Ragga samples droppin'... All to the good classic right here. A+ Max respect kinda tunes, haha. Nice memories with this one for sure, however truthfully the beat is pretty unchanged throughout the track. Nice stabs and ragga feel to it though it could of benefited highly with a beat changed up, key or a pitch shift, here and there. Still classic nostalgia though.


November 17, 2009

I agree that the slab is not worth the current pricing, BUT it is very rare. I enjoy the instrumental alot also. The breaks are just rolling, but the bassline is really something to hear. It just works a certain magic when heard on a system.


November 12, 2009

In turn I disagree with the review by Booosh... I find the instrumental better than the vocal mix and whilst the record is a little over priced it is also very rare which is probably a lot to do with it's value.


August 17, 2009
edited over 7 years ago
I couldn't disagree more with the first review by ReDrum213. Ok so its rare and by one of the Great jungle producers but its not that great a record, certainly not worth the current price. It's two versions of one tune that TBH isnt that great, just another ragga jungle roller with ok vocals and meh breaks and bass. Without the vocal added the instumental is wohful.. Dont get me wrong i love L. De Ice, but dont be fooled into spending your rent for this 12" you will be gutted..


June 14, 2008

Good FUCKING luck seeing this on sale, this by far is one of the rarest of the rare...Even compared to those missing jungle rarities that aren't Even released/listed on DISCOGS.

This release contains the tune "The Remedy", a dub version and a vocal version featuring E.T Silicon to spice up the flip side with a upbeat ragga vibe...You also get a organic sound from this release which is unusual to pull off for Jungle...The
horns, keys, vocals, & the choice of drums to program all contributed to that.

"Why do the chic BOH!, she must be sick, lad she must a want a junglist, (dick!)"

Even owning a copy, I still check from time to time to see if a copy turns up for sale. Kind of a unknown choon but not to the die hard Jungle collectors....I doubt anyone in there right minds would even think about departing with this plate, unless some clueless joe with no knowledge of this black gem ends up selling it.

And if so...You should know what to do, drop everything you are doing (including that baby in your arms) and swoop this up like a crackhead in a dyers fiend....But in a way I'm reluctant to even review this...Because from a musical snob point of view I rather keep this under the radar and keep it on the hush for only the rarest record diggers in the know...

So after this review, I wouldn't be surprise when I see a jump in the numbers of members who want this from 29 to 100, and as far as this review helping in seeing a copy for sale, well we'll see about that.