Various ‎– Earth



Big Bud Spiritual 6:18
Paul Hunter The Warning 3:47
Rebirth Of Conscience Enlightenment 6:11
Vincent (3) Blofeld 6:00
K-Scope Black Widow 6:20
PFM How Do You Do? 7:22
Tayla & Artemis Soft Focus 5:35
Big Bud Feat. Weldon Irvine Amigo Mio 6:11
The Amalgamation Of Soundz Shrinkin' Yo Hed 5:43
Vincent (3) Circular 5:02
Makoto Feat. Lori Fine You're Divine 5:39
Vincent (3) The Plan 5:46

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EARTHCD005 Various Earth(CD, Comp) Earth EARTHCD005 UK 2001 Sell This Version
none, EFA CD 25041-E LTJ Bukem Earth Vol.5(CD, Comp, Promo) Good Looking Records, EFA Medien GmbH none, EFA CD 25041-E UK 2001 Sell This Version
EARTHCD005 Various Earth Volume 5(CD, Comp, Promo) Earth EARTHCD005 UK 2001 Sell This Version
EARTHLP005 Various Earth(5x12", Comp, Ltd + Box, Num) Earth EARTHLP005 UK 2001 Sell This Version
EARTH005DV Various Earth Vol. 5(12xFile, WAV, Comp) Earth EARTH005DV UK Unknown


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March 16, 2005
edited over 16 years ago
referencing Earth, CD, Comp, EARTHCD005
I would say that this collection signifies a change of direction and a more fresh and openminded approach to the earth series. The sounds here are still underground, but they represent a more down-tempo wider field; dark 70's style blacksploitation/ spy film dark funk/jazzy breakbeat (black widow/ The Plan/ Blofeld), soul infused instrumental hip-hop beats (The Warning), Lyrical hip hop Mcing (Enlightenment), Latin vibe beats (Amigo Mio) and warm uplifting mellow nu-jazz/ broken beats (spiritual/how do you do?/ Shrinking Your head/ Circular).

This is a lovely, diverse CD which stopped the earth series stagnating and being pidgeonholed within spacy 'intelligent' drun & bass territory. One for true music lovers and open-minded heads.


May 18, 2004
referencing Earth, CD, Comp, EARTHCD005

This album is not produced directly by LTJ Bukem, as often perceived. Still, it runs smoothly along the "Earth vol. x" line and presents a nice blend of downtempo music. There is a noticeable difference to the first three releases though, as it sounds much more "mainstream". no drum 'n bass like the LTj releases, still, a very mellow collection to have running while sitting in the shade and sippin' on something.