Red Light (4) ‎– Coca Cola / Murder Tonight / Look Good

Red Light (2) ‎– RL 001
Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Coca Cola 4:16
A2 Murder Tonight 4:48
AA Look Good 4:29

Companies, etc.


Sample sources for track A1:
Simpleton - Coca Cola Shape
Side Effect - Midnight Lover

Sample sources for track A2:
A sound clash version of Derrick Morgan - Blazing Fire

Sample sources for track AA:
Capleton - Number One (On The Good Look Chart)
General Pecos - Body Workshop

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RL 001 - A1 PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): RL 001 - AA1 PR-M


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May 22, 2019
goes out to AWOL late 94 massive at Paradise Club each & every. Total danger when this was dropped by the AWOL DJ team. s-i-c-k


February 25, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
such a fucking record! one of my favourite ragga jungle records of all time. x


August 21, 2011

All killer, no filler prime period ragga jungle. Every tune brilliant & inspired in its own way. "Coca Cola" is well-known. I loved "Look Good" at the time for making use of one of my favourite dancehall tunes. "Murder Tonight" always puts a smile on my face with the soundclash-style intro. Another record that really ought to get some sort of limited repress in full.


October 19, 2007
I don`t have many jungle records in my collection mostly early rave influenced. And i have a copy of Red light - Coca cola and thats by accident!.I would like to comment on all three tracks (coca cola,murder tonight and look good) as to my untrained jungle ears they do the same thing for me.All three tracks sound like what a very mad and dark dream would sound like with re-occuring parts which leave me with anxiety.I`m not saying its a bad track far from it i like it but its a strange one.Its probably a party tune for those in the jungle scene.I just can`t imagine the people in the studio saying "thats it anymore would spoil it".They were probably saying what the hell was that!