Ram Trilogy ‎– Titan EP

RAM Records ‎– RAMM 28
2 × Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM


A Titan 7:10
B Incarnate 6:42
C Reflection (Look Inside) 7:16
D Incoming 6:20



Mastered at the Exchange, London.
Published by Oakden Music.
Designed at Magnet.
Distributed by SRD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024441 990282

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RAMM 28 Ram Trilogy Titan EP(2x12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) RAM Records RAMM 28 UK 2000 Sell This Version
RAMM28D Ram Trilogy Titan EP(4xFile, WAV) RAM Records RAMM28D UK 2009
RAMT 8 RAM Trilogy Incarnate(12", S/Sided, TP) RAM Records RAMT 8 UK 2000 Sell This Version
RAMT 3 Ram Trilogy Titan(12", S/Sided, TP) RAM Records RAMT 3 UK 2000 Sell This Version
none Ram Trilogy Titan Ep(CDr, EP, Promo) RAM Records none UK 2000 Sell This Version


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August 31, 2017
Clubbing circa 2000 I remember hearing this one drop a couple of times at Rumba and not really feeling it - I realise now that this was because it was so unlike anything else I was hearing at the time.

That all changed one night at the End, that strange undulating bassline morphed into the apocalyptic juggernaut the track's title suggests, raging against that staccato amen/bongo break. I can literally remember where I was standing on the dancefloor when this track clicked for me and calling for the rewind!

Even in the mix now, almost 20 years later, when I catch a lick of that light intro synth or the feel that bassline starting to roll in, it makes me smile as I know I'm in for 5 mins of DnB at its finest... awesome track!

-Although not in the same league, the rest of the EP deserves not to be forgotten-
I remember Reflections getting massively caned by DJs - a smooth, hypnotic roller that simmers. Incoming, on the otherhand, is also a beast - with its neck snapping two step drums and a truly rolling bassline (you can almost hear it cartwheeling over itself) - in spite of its undeniable quality it was always going to be eclipsed by its bigger, nastier brother...


June 12, 2014
Titan's build and drop is something else, and if you like Drum and Bass and dont own this EP. Poke yourself in the eye and buy a copy now.


June 12, 2014
Titan's build and drop is something else, and if you like Drum and Bass and dont own this EP. Poke yourself in the eye and buy a copy now.


January 23, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Without a shadow of a doubt one of the top three drum & bass tracks of all time. This motherfucker just took on a life of its own when it was let out of the Ram cave in 2000. "Titan" is an anthem of Godly proportions, and is a different kind of tearing. This moment in drum & bass lives up to its name – one of those rare tracks that enhances ANYTHING you mix it with it - it's like injecting steroids into a mix. Structurally, "Titan" is much like "The Nine" by Bad Company, not least because of its similar-ish structure after the drop. I can't think of another DnB song that can better be described as "a grower" than "Titan". The first time I heard it I was like, "What the hell is this?" DJ Hype was a massive supporter, and always double-dropped it with Shy FX's "Original Nuttah" back in the day. The seed was planted. Fast forward months (even years) and now when "Titan" drops, those same people whose ears were pricked the first time rave to it like it's the last thing they'll ever hear. Everyone I know who is or was into D&B are in total agreement that this 12" was utterly special, and everyone is always lost for words to properly describe it, as if it has some magical power embedded between its vinyl grooves. Like all the best tracks, it has incredible depth and is strangely different, for example, if you listen to it closely, there's all kinds of weird subliminal shit woven into the production that you didn't notice the first time around. To sum up – this is the sonic equivalent of a movie like Memento, that you can come back to again and again and still learn something new.


August 21, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
Pure genius, 10/10, unbelievably danceable... 'Titan' my favorite track for quite some time now, it just keeps growing on you. This is one of those rare moments captured on vinyl that can't be duplicated, and may never be bested. It is true this track really does have it all, Groovy rolling bassline, with plenty of variation, amazing effects, fast energetic highs, just sooo catchy, no vocals necessary, except for a random sample, if you dance to this song, you WILL be sweating by the end, influential, groundbreaking, holy smokes just go get it!


February 9, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

An absolute great all round ep which smashed the clubs upon it's release. Ram Trilogy consisting of Andy C, Ant Miles & Shimon, released this monster at their peak [more to come i'm sure] and soon after their stunning 'Molten Beats' album. The title tune 'Titan' is just a huge slab of superb beats & bass and is a drum & bass anthem of epic proportions. My personal fav from the ep though is 'Incarnate' with a smooth intro and a rolling techy drop which just sounds divine. 'Incoming' is a rolling monster with some nice futuristic touches.
Overall this is a must buy for all drum & bass fans and a lesson in dancefloor destruction.


April 15, 2002

Titan - Possibly the best dnb track out there. No memorable hook or lyrics, this track is purely about the groove - a track that is not solely dark, uplifting, hard, mellow, but all of these and much more. Its an amen track that isn't a rip off of terrorist. Grows on you with every listen, perfect for the mix, and the beat just comes at you from nowhere... Drum and Bass at its most original without doubt. 10/10