Various ‎– Drum & Bass Selection 1

Breakdown Records ‎– BDRLP 001, Breakdown Records ‎– BDRLP 1
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 Boogie Times Tribe The Dark Stranger (Q-Bass Remix)
Remix – Q Bass*Written-By, Producer – D'Cruze, Q Bass*
A2 DJ Crystl Warpdrive
Written-By, Producer – D.Chapman*
A3 Uncle 22 6 Million Ways To Die (DJ Hype Remix)
Remix – DJ HypeWritten-By, Producer – Navigator, Uncle 22
A4 M Beat* Rumble
Written-By, Producer – M Beat*
B1 Engineers Without Fears Spiritual Aura
Written-By, Producer – DJ Rap & Aston
B2 D'Cruze Watch Out
Written-By, Producer – J.D'Cruze*
B3 Gappa G & Hyper Hypa Information Centre (DJ Ron Remix)
Remix – DJ RonWritten-By, Producer – Gappa G & Hyper Hypa
B4 DJ Dextrous & Rude Boy Keith Lovable
Featuring – Erin*Written-By, Producer – E.Francis*, K.Lawrence*
C1 M Beat* Shuffle
Written-By, Producer – M Beat*
C2 Subnation Scottie
Written-By, Producer – W.Wilson*
C3 Jo R Type
Written-By, Producer – Jo, DJ Lime*
C4 Acro Superpod
Written-By, Producer – D.Beale*
D1 DJ Taktix The Way (VIP Remix)
Written-By, Producer – DJ Taktix
D2 Desired State Beyond Bass
Written-By, Producer – Andy C, Ant Miles
D3 Q Bass* Gun Connection
Written-By, Producer – Q Bass*
D4 Roni Size & DJ Die Music Box
Written-By, Producer – Roni Size & DJ Die

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Cat# on cover & spine: BDRLP 001
Cat# on centre labels: BDRLP 1

On back cover:
Break Down is part of the Suburban Base Group
Sleeve Design : Darren & Dave
A1: published by suburban base music ℗ & © 1993 suburban base records
A2: copyright control ℗ & © 1993 dee jay recordings
A3: published by oakden music ℗ & © 1993 ram records
A4: published by westbury music/arts publishing ℗ & © 1993 renk records
B1: copyright control ℗ & © 1994 dee jay recordings
B2: published by suburban base music ℗ & © 1994 suburban base records
B3: published by ruff kut ℗ & © 1993 ruff kut records
B4: copyright control ℗ & © 1993 king of the jungle
C1: published by westbury music/arts publishing ℗ & © 1993 renk records
C2: published by future vinyl ℗ & © 1993 future vinyl recordings
C3: copyright control ℗ & © 1993 awesome records
C4: copyright control ℗ & © 1993 force ten records
D1: copyright control ℗ & © 1994 back to basics
D2: published by oakden music ℗ & © 1993 ram records
D3: published by suburban base music ℗ & © 1993 suburban base records
D4: published by wtp music ℗ & © 1994 full circle/v recordings

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022765 552025 >
  • Matrix / Runout (A etched): BDR B̶̷R̶̷K̶̷ LP 001 - A1 PAULS PHAT CUTZ PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (B etched): BDR LP001 - B2 PR-M PAULS @ PORKYS
  • Matrix / Runout (C etched): BDR LP 001 - C2 PR-M J
  • Matrix / Runout (D etched): BDR LP 001 - D2 PR-M J

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BDRCD1, BDRCD 001 Various Drum & Bass Selection 1(CD, Comp) Breakdown Records, Breakdown Records BDRCD1, BDRCD 001 UK 1994 Sell This Version
BDRMC001 Various Drum & Bass Selection 1(Cass, Comp) Breakdown Records BDRMC001 UK 1994 Sell This Version
SRCS 7740 Various Drum & Bass Selection 1(CD, Comp) Sony Records SRCS 7740 Japan 1995 Sell This Version
BDRMT001 DJ Hype Drum & Bass Selection 1(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Breakdown Records BDRMT001 UK 1994 Sell This Version


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July 24, 2017
yooo is this cut loud enough to play out?? cheers


April 5, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

This was big for me back in early 1994 too. It was the first time I had any tunes like this on vinyl - up until then I'd only been exposed to Hardcore through pirate radio. I spent hour after hour mixing these tracks together on my Soundlab belt drives decks. Fast forward 22 years and the tracklisting on here speaks for itself. A great selection of tracks showing how the music had started to move on from the darkside of 1993 into the Jungle and Drum & Bass we know today. I own the original of every track released on this compilation, but still feel like digging my copy of this out to listen through them all once again.


March 23, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Yeah this does sound like a good comp. I'm really interested to find out if anybody knows what the sample is before Engineers Without Fears Spiritual Aura begins. It doesn't sound like a Jamaican accent, but it's old Ska or Reggae/or maybe a Two Tone tune, I'm not sure but would love to know. If you haven't heard it. it goes "What u talkin about you say you don't like the Jungle beats." Ta in advance, Toby.Hi found a german jungle comp-riot beats 9] it has 13 tracks witch are all wicked the last one use's the sample im on about thanks discogs.


November 27, 2009

This was a big compilation when I was young, and then I lost it for years. Got it back recently and it's even better than I remember. All the tracks are big, and quite a varied bunch, some really nice moody atmospheres on here. I like the way that it covers the earlier vibes of the jungle days from my point of view, not too early as it was 1994. You have the M Beat party tracks plus the moodier bits and some hardcore as well. I don't think there's one single cheesey track on here.