The Bug Feat. Warrior Queen ‎– Poison Dart

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ZEN12 202 The Bug Feat. Warrior Queen The Bug Feat. Warrior Queen - Poison Dart(12", Ltd, 180) Ninja Tune ZEN12 202 UK 2007 Sell This Version
ZENCDS 202 P The Bug Feat. Warrior Queen The Bug Feat. Warrior Queen - Poison Dart(CD, Promo, Smplr) Ninja Tune ZENCDS 202 P UK 2007 Sell This Version
ZEN12 202X The Bug Featuring Warrior Queen / Flowdan* The Bug Featuring Warrior Queen / Flowdan* - Poison Dart(12", Ltd, 180) Ninja Tune ZEN12 202X UK 2007 Sell This Version
ZENDNLS202X The Bug Poison Dart 2(3xFile, MP3, 320) Ninja Tune ZENDNLS202X UK 2007
ZENDNLS202 The Bug Poison Dart 1(3xFile, MP3, 320) Ninja Tune ZENDNLS202 UK 2007

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stalkism

stalkism

July 6, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Poison Dart, 12", Ltd, 180, ZEN12 202X
This is not a review of the actual music but rather a precaution to be taken for the record itself due to its packaging.
From my own experience the plastic of the outer bag will chemically react with the record which will deteriorate the sound quality massively over time. You can tell when you hold the record under light and you see that the black vinyl turns kind of matte/grey. I have experienced this with my first copy and the record is near unplayable now. You have turn the treble all the way up on your mixer to get a somewhat listenable result.
I have recently purchased another copy of this and that record had also started to turn matte but not as bad as my other copy. The same unfortunately also applies to "Jah War". Either ditch the sleeves completely and replace them with standard sleeves or put the records in an additional paper sleeve which should remedy this.
thezovietdada

thezovietdada

January 9, 2008
referencing Poison Dart, 12", Ltd, 180, ZEN12 202
I hope this single, along with "Jah War" with Flowdan, heralds a new era for both The Bug and Dubstep. Totally advancing away from the explosive but kinda tinny King Jammy meets DJ Scud sound of "Pressure," Kevin Martin's moved his decks into deeper regions of sub-bass, creating some of the first really rocking vocal dubstep (I mean Kode9 & Spaceape is great, but it's more chill-out material). The original's the most killer, South Rakkas Crew remix is allright, it grew on me a bit, and DJ Baku's Mega Mix is a total killer.