The Renegade* Featuring Ray Keith ‎– Terrorist / Something I Feel

Moving Shadow ‎– SHADOW 45, Moving Shadow ‎– UK SHADOW 45
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Tracklist Hide Credits

Other Side
X Terrorist
Engineer [Uncredited] – Nookie
This Side
Y Something I Feel 7:00

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  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut BySimon*
  • Producer, Written-ByRay Keith


Made in England

℗ & © 1994

Track X samples:
Piano from Japan - The Nightporter
Noise from Jah Shaka - Verse 1

Track Y samples:
Vocals from Cuba Gooding - Happiness Is Just Around The Bend
Strings & flute from George Benson - Breezin'
Intro from The Jones Girls - Nights Over Egypt

SHADOW 45 - label artwork
UK SHADOW 45 - cover artwork

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022208 000458 >
  • Label Code: LC 5681
  • Matrix / Runout: SHADOW 45- X₁ SIMON THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout: SHADOW 45- Y₁ SIMON THE EXCHANGE

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SHADOW 45 Renegade Terrorist / Something I Feel(12", Promo) Moving Shadow SHADOW 45 UK 1994 Sell This Version
SHADOW 45 Renegade Terrorist / Something I Feel(12", Ltd, Pic) Moving Shadow SHADOW 45 UK 1994 Sell This Version
SHADOWXV 45 Renegade Terrorist / Something I Feel(12", RE) Moving Shadow SHADOWXV 45 UK 2006 Sell This Version
SHADOW 45 Renegade Terrorist / Something I Feel(12", TP, W/Lbl) Moving Shadow SHADOW 45 UK 1994 Sell This Version
SHADOW45 Renegade Something I Feel / Terrorist(2xFile, MP3, 320) Moving Shadow SHADOW45 UK Unknown


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August 22, 2020
A very revolutionary track alot of jungle producers used this amen. Ray keith is a jungle don and a key figure


May 5, 2020

Without doubt one of the greatest jungle tracks of all time.


March 18, 2019
A lot of love for 'Renegade' on here as expected, but for me 'Something I Feel' is the deeper sounding lesser played gem here. That flute gets me every time.


October 17, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Hi guys! I’ve been collect tracks with terrorist-reese bass for a few years already. Here is the list:

Let’s fill it together! If you ever find tracks with terrorist-reese (that aren’t in list) then write me! I’m gonna add them with noticing the person who found them. In case you think that there is something wrong in list - let's discuss it. Thanks!


February 16, 2015
edited over 6 years ago
Renegade : Terrorist. This classic never fails to deliver for me. Probably one of the biggest Drum & Bass tunes of all time, still has a devastating impact, danceability and downright darkness to it that has never been quite rivalled since. The repetitive nature of this track has been pulled off to perfection, you don't get bored, in fact you want to get deeper into the groove as each section leaves you wanting more. Why don't they make tracks like this anymore? Maybe it has something to do with the era it was released? The dark edginess of the clubs where the conception and inspiration of the tune was born? The fact that it was the perfect interpretation of what it felt like to have been in those altered states that was such an important part of the early 90's youth culture revolution? A mix of all these factors for sure. All I know is that there has never been another era in Drum & Bass that quite hit the spot for me as the early to mid 90's did, and this was the soundtrack to it!


October 7, 2013
edited 11 months ago
Terrorist was made at Christmas 1993.
*Edit* DJ Zinc has interviewed Ray Keith about 'Terrorist' on his Facebook. The track was made in the pantry of Nookie's parent's house in Hitchin and took around 4 hours to make. One of the basslines was inspired by Smith & Mighty - Anyone Who Had A Heart. The breaks were taken off a Mantronix track.


August 31, 2013

Nobay does bass like Keith! Huge track and for good reason, simple to the point and maximum impact!


March 13, 2010 - here's the tune that it sampled from (well, the video a remix of Nightporter, I couldn't find the original).
I's a decent tune, the Amen is good, but it is so fucking repetitive; a 2-bar drum loop??!! You could've tried harder than that, Keith!


August 29, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
Whoever listens this timeless Breakbeat classic "Terrorist" by Ray Keith & Gavin Cheung (A.K.A. Nookie) for the first time will never imagine what comes right after the opening dramatic pianos taken from Japan's "The Nightporter": an oscillating bassline from Kevin Sauderson's classic "Just Want Another Chance" (1988) as Reese and the Amen Break based Breakbeat storm (sampled from the complete drum solo drop out of "Amen, Brother" by The Winstons, 1969) that would cause a very singular impact on the history of Jungle & Drum n' Bass. As a natural consequence, "Terrorist" was included on many important compilations such as 'Drum & Bass Selection 2', 'Jungle Fever Vol. 1 - The Jungalistic Revolution', 'Jungle Mania 2', 'The Ultimate Jungle Collection', 'Radio Dreamscape Volume One', 'World Dance - The Drum + Bass Experience', among others.
Although there is no credits on the sleeve or label for Nookie, he was with Ray Keith the composer and producer of this single.
The B side of this single reveals a homage to Cuba Gooding (singer of The Main Ingredient seventies Soul band): the title "Something I Feel" comes from the quote of Cuba Gooding's acappella "I think it's something I feel (...)" took from the original Main Ingredient tune "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend" (1974); there is also another sample of flutes and strings from the introduction of "Breezin'" (1976) by George Benson.


August 28, 2007
edited over 13 years ago

The Blueprint for Drum'n'Bass - An ever present in my vinyl bag :)