Steven Woods & William Hensel ‎– Trust Me / Sunshine

Label:
Jungle Massive Records ‎– WOODS003, Jungle Massive Records ‎– WOODS 003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Trust Me
B Sunshine

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: WOODS003 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout: WOODS 003 B-1
  • Other (Additional etchings both sides): Pa8632

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MegaCity

MegaCity

September 7, 2017
This seriously needs a reissue. MPS vinyl to the rescue?
Old_Boy

Old_Boy

July 27, 2013

Cheery indeed - what Windowlicker (by AhpexTwin) might sound if it had a jungle remix..hehe!
Squidlid

Squidlid

July 16, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
'Trust Me' is one of the cheeriest Jungle tunes around, give this a miss if you want some heavy dread or an amen smasher but when you want to nice up the vibe this really hits the spot. Just about managing to make pan pipes palatable this takes a sort of piano Hardcore style and works it over some nice simple breaks, the focus here is the melody rather than complex drum edits and it benefits greatly from this as it can be ignored far too often. Anthem!

'Sunshine' is good fun too, it opens with a really nice Reggae lick, drops a synth line over the top and then the Amens come in with some tasty sub action. It doesn't quite hit the same spot as 'Trust Me' but it's still a solid tune and always puts a smile on my face.

According to the Youtube comments the writers (Woods & Hensel) of these tunes has a DAT with a further 20 tracks from this era that he wants to put out. Someone with the right connections should check this out, I'd love to hear more from these producers if it lives up to the quality of this release.