Various ‎– Best Of Jungle Volume 1

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Low Price Music ‎– LOW CD 029
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1 A-Zone Calling The People (Remix)
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Aphrodite
5:54
2 Sunshine Productions Above The Clouds (Vibes & Wishdokta Mix)
Remix – Vibes & WishdoktaWritten-By – J. Cambridge*
6:41
3 DJ Rap Spiritual Aura (Ray Keith Remix 2)
Engineer [Uncredited] – NookieProducer – DJ RapRemix – Ray KeithWritten-By – DJ Rap
6:45
4 Quarterback You Can
Written-By – E. Simms*, R. Best*
7:04
5 Bay B Kane Jungle Warriors
Written-By – M. Jalal Tanur*
5:22
6 DJ Solo Deal Wid It
Producer, Mixed By – Solo*, Dice*Written-By – F. Dyce*, M. Wilkins*
6:56
7 Love Nation Positive (Future Assassins Remix)
Remix – Future Assassins*Written-By – Femi*, Simone (4)
6:21
8 Darkenator The Warning
Written-By – L. Muspratt*, M. Jalal Tanur*
5:59
9 Cheetah King Of The Swingers
Producer – Shaun ImreiWritten-By – S. Imrei*
5:40
10 DJ NKS Licked
Written-By – Kane*, Nico (4)
5:53
11 The Dubster Retreat
Written-By – L. Double*
8:10

Notes

Track 1 no mention is made of it being the remix version.

Track 3 is wrongly listed as "DJ Rap - Digable Bass, but is in fact 'DJ Rap – Spiritual Aura (Ray Keith Remix 2).

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 018524 075522
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5018524075522

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Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

March 26, 2017

A few good tracks on here. Not bad for a budget CD.
buzzingtalk

buzzingtalk

November 25, 2011
Totally agree with the person below. This CD, amongst other jungle mix cds bought for bargain price from the local garage, vested my interest in jungle from a young age, and were just as instrumental as pirate radio. I mad a mixtape when I was about 14, called 'the jungle tape' funnily enough, and now as a much older person have bought most of those tunes on vinyl and wish to re-create this tape but am gutted, as the future assassins remix of positive never made it on to vinyl :(

There are no modern replacements for these mix cds.
jonathan_armstrong

jonathan_armstrong

December 16, 2003
I tend to disagree with the above poster. IMHO the producers of these box sets really went out of their way to pick some (mostly) obscure tracks that never made it onto CD or anywhere else, the sort of tracks that have been collecting dust in someone's record collection.

I have a special liking for this jungle collection because it perfectly captures the "missing link" d'n'b that was just starting to morph into more "modern" jungle versus old school rave tracks.

The Best of Acid series is only for people who really, REALLY, like the 303 (and unfortunately, was stolen when during a smash 'n grab here).

The Best of Hardcore series is highly recommended. Almost all of the tracks are highly obscure, and many are much more "techno".

I can't speak for the Garage or Underground ones, but any completist is advised to pick these up. If you're looking for just a "Big Choonz Of [Whatever] Era!' sort of comp though, yeah, you'd be better off looking elsewhere. Just my $.02...

March 18, 2002
L>P>M released loads of these as boxsets (all 4 piece)
i have the garage, acid, underground, rave, hip hop, jungle and acid boxsets.
most of the boxes are poor with only one or two good tracks
jungle is pretty good with recogniseable (now old skool)trax
the rave box is worth the asking price as has loads of classics (playing with knives, prodigy, 4hero etc)
usually you can find these boxes in bargin bins at large record stores
have also seen techno boxset, drum and bass (96) and happy hardcore