Various ‎– Happiness & Darkness - Further Adventures In Jungle Tekno

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Jumpin' & Pumpin' ‎– CD TOT 10, Jumpin' & Pumpin' ‎– CDTOT 10
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1 Origin Unknown Valley Of The Shadows
Producer, Composed By – Andy C, Ant Miles
4:34
2 Higher Octave Full Logic Control
Composed By – Hopkins*, Salvi*Producer – Higher Octave
4:05
3 CoolHand Flex* Who's That
Producer, Composed By – Pete Aymer
3:55
4 DJ Mayhem Cold Acid
Composed By – M. Ikin*Producer – DJ Mayhem, Jack Smooth
4:57
5 Origin Unknown The Touch
Producer, Composed By – Andy C, Ant Miles
4:32
6 CoolHand Flex* Hold Back
Producer, Composed By – Pete Aymer
3:58
7 Metal Heads* Terminator
Producer, Composed By – DJ Freebase, Goldies*, Markus Rutherford*
4:23
8 CoolHand Flex* Wiplash
Producer, Composed By – Pete Aymer
4:23
9 The House Crew Euphoria (Nino's Dream)
Composed By – F. Dice*Producer – Dice*
4:33
10 Dica & Big Vern Desire
Composed By – Bentley Wilson*, Colin Biggerstaff, Justin NeighbourProducer – Ben Intellect, DJ Big Vern*, Dica
4:13
11 DJ Solo Feat DJ Devine Axis
Composed By – D. Pereira*Producer – DJ DMS*
4:57
12 Noise Factory Can You Feel The Rush
Composed By – James StephensProducer – Noise Factory
4:24
13 M-Beat Just A Little
Producer, Composed By – M-Beat
4:41
14 Nookie Shining In Da Darkness
Producer, Composed By – G. Cheung*
3:57
15 Kenetic Girl If Ever
Composed By – Jamie Williams (3)Producer – J. Williams*
4:36
16 DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer Don't Need Your Love
Producer, Composed By – G. Smith*, P. Rooney*
6:11

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Error in tracklisting:
Track 4: Title wrongly listed as "Stormtrooper".
Track 10: Artist is incorrectly displayed as "Weekend Rush" which is the title of the original EP the track appeared on.

Many of the tracks here are recorded much too fast, pitched up presumably to fit more tracks on the CD.

Tracks 4, 12, 13, 16: Publisher - Copyright Control

Tracks 1, 5:
Publisher - Oakden Music
(P) 1993 Ram Records

Track 2:
Publisher - Pro-One Music
(P) 1993 Pro-One Music

Tracks 3, 6, 8:
Publisher - Skratch Music Publishing
(P) 1993 De Underground Records

Track 4: (P) Basement Records

Track 7:
Publisher - R.U.B. Music
(P) 1993 Synthetic Records

Tracks 9, 11: Publisher - FJR Music Ltd
Track 9: (P) 1992 Production House Records Ltd
Track 11: (P) 1991 Production House Records Ltd

Tracks 10, 15:
Publisher - Westbury Music/Boogie Beat Music
(P) 1993 Boogie Beat Records

Track 12: (P) 1993 Ibiza Records
Track 13: (P) 1993 Arts Records Ltd

Track 14:
Publisher - Reinforced Music/Westbury Music
(P) 1993 Reinforced

Track 16: (P) 1993 Slammin' Vinyl

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text ): 5 013993 901020
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013993901020
  • Matrix / Runout: CDTOT 10

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laughing-gor

laughing-gor

December 4, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Please note that the idiot Eruption44 hasn't got a clue.
Hardcore-Gabber

Hardcore-Gabber

July 18, 2013
'DJ Mayhem - Storm Trooper' on here, is actually 'DJ Mayhem - Cold Acid' (The other side on the vinyl release)
norepetitivebeats

norepetitivebeats

October 7, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

For me this is the definitive Jungle Techno compilation. It documents a great time of innocence right before the bad-boy-Jungle-era, when jungle became a little too insular and up it's own arse. The tracks on this compilation are from a time when this music was really fresh and nieve and that's what is so endearing about it. For me that tracks that really stand out are House Crew, The – Euphoria (Nino's Dream) and CoolHand Flex – Wiplash, DJ Solo Feat DJ Devine – Axis. But, having said that they are pretty much all belters TBH. Just makes me wish I was 19 again FFS! ;) LOL
sti3

sti3

June 16, 2008
This is a truly fabulous collection of tunes. The title couldn't be more perfect. However, there is one aspect of the comp that's quite annoying--all the tunes are sped up and faded out prematurely to fit more on the disk. That might result in better value for the casual listener, but if you ever wanted to play these tracks out, you'd be SOL. Also, if you're familiar with the originals at their original tempos, the sped up versions might just be plain annoying.
drexcia2

drexcia2

December 22, 2007
One of the defining compilations of the rave era,This has some of the best tunes incorperating drum and bass.Theres so many quality tracks its hard to pick a winner.Goldies terminator is genre creating with its time stretched beats and dj mayhems storm trooper is as ruff as it gets,Its very simaliar to reacts compilation'The darkside'Another wicked comp.This is the best release from jumpin and pumpin.They did a whole serries of jungle tekno cds,This is the finer one,The others our pretty average compared to this.