The Terrorist / Ray Keith ‎– Dread Double Pack EP

Dread Recordings ‎– DREAD18, Dread Recordings ‎– DREAD19
2 × Vinyl, 12", EP

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October 19, 2017
This Deffo came out in 1997! In fact it was the only release by Dread that came out that year!


March 29, 2010

Singtime (Breakage Mix)

I remember hearing this for the first time on One In The Jungle when Ray Keith was mixing alongside MC's Moose & Navigator.
For me this was the stand out tune on the set despite it featuring tunes such as Matrix - Mute and others.
I always assumed it was a dubplate or indeed Ray mixing two tracks together.
I was delighted to pick this up for less than a fiver a few months back, this track has everything.
One of the pinnacles of the dark pre-millenium era which in itself was for me the best drum and bass/jungle since 93/94.



June 30, 2008

Whoops I actually do have the second album in this pack!!! Jazz It Up and Chopper VIP both have the chopped up jump up patterns familiar with Ray Keith releases. While Jazz It Up offers a more mellow feel with rolling basslines, as well as melodic basslines and bells. This track is good for a break down chill track while still keeping the jump up vibe. Chopper VIP is straight up pattern switching, hard hitting, amen laced, jump up that would be great for MC's in the house especially with the "May I Have Your Attention" sample laced throughout the track. Good things on these two tracks, geared towards the classic junglist....


June 29, 2008

Classic Dread Recordings. Unfortunately I only have one disk out of the double pack. Singtime (Foul Play remix) has the classic bouncy jungle sound bass with melodic vocals. Singtime (Breakage remix) has a more gritty break beat backing up the melody making it sound more along the lines of techstep. I prefer the Foul Play remix as far as keeping to the classic jungle sound. Both of these tracks come on the Dread Classified LP.


October 20, 2003

The A side has got some nice dark bass overlaided with chopper sounds and a nice high cimbal clash. This is one dnb 12" that would scratch well. About halfway through has that dark dummm dum thats very Ram Records.

Now the AA side is quite light, and funky the kinda thing thats works well at about 4am. 1/3 and we hit the bassline, not too hectic but just fast enough to dance too whilst mashed at 4am. about half way through it goes a bit high then low with no real mid range.