Suburbia (3) ‎– Bad Na Bitch

Label:
Micro Genetic Records ‎– MICRA 3
Format:
Vinyl, 12", White Label, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Notes

White label with hand-written artist and title. Some copies also have an 071 telephone number hand written on the label. Very limited release.

Track A2 samples:
Vocal from Alexander O'Neal ft. 'Cherelle - Saturday Love
Vocal from Eric B. & Rakim - Follow The Leader

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MICRA 3 – A - 2 — JTS —
  • Matrix / Runout: MICRA 3 – B - 2 — JTS —

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d-high

d-high

August 21, 2018

I am not sure where I actually bought this record but I felt blessed to get my hands on it as this WL is a superb example of the rough and raw dark but melodic type of breakbeat/jungle I used to love back then especially A1 - still loingve the rolling rough amen, the reese sound that also came out on Reinforced and the rigid vcoal sample followed by the awesome synth break.

A2 piggy-backs the A1 sound but does not fall off in quality just darker. The B-side as such is just a journey to the deep dark side of jungle with subtle rolling drum patterns and mystical sounds and vocals.

Overall, great EP and if you can get a hand on it, grab it!
hutcho

hutcho

October 8, 2016

My copy of this rare-as-hen's-teeth white promo-only release (pressed in VERY low numbers even for this label's usual limited runs of mainly artist self-stickered releases w/artwork glued simply on one side, the rest plain & no detail, save the '071 281 0147' contact number often scribbled somewhere) the EPs being sold mainly via a few select underground record shops & in just via mates in the scene...but like so many of these tiny labels, the tunes are wikked quality & just about all worth a listen. There are some crackin rarities, like this EP & the Orca '9 Lives', but in 4yrs of it's life these releases covered the changes in the scene & the music styles rather nicely.