T Power* ‎– Turquoise / The Mutant Remix

Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Turquoise
Engineer, Mixed By – A. Hunter*, C. Stevens*Producer – T Power*Written-By – M. Royal*
AA The Mutant Remix - Rollers Instinct (Remix By DJ Trace)
Engineer, Mixed By – NICO (4)Producer – DJ TraceRemix – DJ TraceWritten-By – M. Royal*, N. Samuels*

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  • Mastered ByGD*


Side A recorded & mixed at Roll Over Studios
Side AA recorded & mixed at No U Turn Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5024538102666
  • Barcode (Text): 5 024538 102666
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): NORTY BADGER SOUR026-A1 THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): THE EXCHANGE GD SOUR-026 B-1

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July 9, 2011

I can't put it any better than the previous posters. A massive reese bassline that paved the way for the next decade. This is a truly pivotal tune and i keep a mint copy locked away. If someone asks me what is drum and bass in 20 years time, i will play this for them. It really is that good


February 2, 2008
The Mutant Jazz is probably known as THE original blueprint and classic in DnB's many subgenres; Tech Step. T.Power vs MK Ultra's The Mutant(SOUR 019) created this dark and twisted slice of future funk with it's dark horn stabs (or Miles Davies sample?) and moody eerie synths & basslines. On Mutant Jazz - Rollers Instinct - dj Trace delivers the remix and created what was later called Tech Steps blueprint with it's original take on Kevin "Reese" Saunderson's: original "Reece" bassline. dj Trace actualy reverbed the "Reece" bassline and created a whole new take on basslines in DnB, wich was soon copied by today's DnB producers (or let's say copycats;). This remix is an absolute must have for any serious dnb fan/ dj!


August 16, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
The Mutant remix was the track that spawned a million copycats....this is the first ever 'tech-step' tune. And possibly one of the most significant remixes ever within drum and bass.


January 9, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
The DJ Trace remix of "Mutant Jazz", sometimes referred to as "The Mutant", really blew up when it came out; It has a perfect combination of two switching breakbeats, which sound as though they're being crossfaded by a DJ, dark strings, spooky reversed piano keys, and heavy but refined basslines. A classic record, released at the height of the tech-step drumnbass era.