Remarc ‎– Sound Murderer

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Remarc + MC Eksman Intro 0:23
Remarc Not 4 U 3:27
Remarc Ice Cream + Syrup (Hard Mix) 5:30
Simpleton & Remarc Unity (Re-Mix) 4:55
Remarc Drum & Bass Wise (Remix) 5:42
Remarc Sound Murderer (Loafin' In Brockley Mix) 4:50
Bagga Worries & Jooxie Nice Legalise (Remarc Vip Mix) 5:09
Remarc R.I.P. (Remix) 5:48
Physics* N' Tricks (2) Meridian (Remarc Remix) 5:38
Remarc + Schwarzenegger For Real Remix 4:20
Remarc Thunderclap 5:21
Remarc Menace 6:15
Remarc 2:01 5:13

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZIQ084CD Remarc Sound Murderer(CD, Comp) Planet Mu ZIQ084CD UK 2003 Sell This Version
ZIQ084 Remarc Sound Murderer(3x12", Comp) Planet Mu ZIQ084 UK 2003 Sell This Version
ZIQ084 Remarc Sound Murderer(3xLP, W/Lbl, Promo) Planet Mu ZIQ084 UK 2003 Sell This Version

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intxausti13

intxausti13

April 2, 2017
referencing Sound Murderer, CD, Comp, ZIQ084CD
I sold this for $4 on eBay. It was cool when i was 21. Now its chav uk music.some drum and bass is chavvy garrbage.Essex is.
aidiothir

aidiothir

October 11, 2016
edited 7 months ago
referencing Sound Murderer, 3x12", Comp, ZIQ084
Sound quality isn't the same as the original releases. This sounds much clearer but extremely loud that peaks, the loudest plates i've ever got, almost annoing compared to other vinyls.
psyense

psyense

October 8, 2016
referencing Sound Murderer, CD, Comp, ZIQ084CD
The Amen Jungle Don ! ! ! ! ! !
Pimp.D

Pimp.D

December 16, 2015
referencing Sound Murderer, CD, Comp, ZIQ084CD
I would have liked to have seen mayhem on one of the c.ds either way quality material from remarc and I have got mayhem on vinyl so all good
alex.hurd

alex.hurd

August 14, 2015
referencing Sound Murderer, 3x12", Comp, ZIQ084

definitive ragga jungle! 5/5
scoundrel

scoundrel

September 19, 2013
referencing Sound Murderer, CD, Comp, ZIQ084CD

Remarc's album SOUND MURDERER really takes me back... well, at least to 1994, when jungle was all over the place. And, as if to prove you can't keep a good sub-genre down, here it emerges 10 years later, ragga chanting and all. The drum programming is certainly crisp throughout, and how can you not love the rave sirens permeating "Not 4 U." "Ice Cream + Syrup" goes a little sweeter, unsurprisingly, while "Drum & Bass Wise" and his remix of Physics N' Tricks' "Meridian" bring in hints of atmosphere as they start. Similarly, the title track kicks off with an R&B vibe before the drums start thundering in, while "R.I.P." has a slight chime of mystery. It's a blast from the past, and a fun one at that.

November 5, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Sound Murderer, 3x12", Comp, ZIQ084
This album is complete genius, a masterpiece. This is a monolith to UK Urban Music, like Beethoven's 5th Symphony is to classical music. If you are a fan of D&B, old or new, then you simply NEED this album. How Remarc does it I just don't know but that's the mark of a true master - there's no way of even touching their style. Whoever didn't give this full marks needs their head read as this should not receive anything less!

No one has surpassed Remarc's style of mashing and shredding the beats but keeping a dancefloor appeal. This album contains jungle classics such as "Thunderclap", "Menace", "R.I.P." and the wicked remix of "Unity". Although the remixes of "Sound Murderer" and "Drum N' Bass Wise" are great I would suggest tracking down an original copy of these tunes as they are slightly better in my opninion. Both can be found on one 12 inch so it's only a matter of finding one record.

Full of great ragga-toasts and basslines that are deep and dubby, like Jah Shaka, you must have the bass dial UP! If you like old-skool jungle and don't own this then you're really missing out. This is a beat feast, a treat! Buy now and salute Remarc, The Bashment Bombardier!
P.M.

P.M.

April 15, 2004
referencing Sound Murderer, CD, Comp, ZIQ084CD
Proper Jungle from back in the day, Remarc is one of the true innovators. Few people have cut-up amen breaks like this man did in the mid 90's, still sounding awesome - a real essential weather you were there at the time or if you dig the current ragga/Jungle revival - get yer education, he still blows most competition out of the water.

Aparently his brother Eksman has encouraged him to start DJing again too :)