Various ‎– Jungle Bizznizz Volume 1

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Scratch Records (10) ‎– SCRCD007
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CD, Compilation
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1 Atlas (5) Drifting Thru The Galaxy
Written-By, Producer – D. Beale*, Slipmaster J
6:07
2 DJ Crystl Paradise
Written-By, Producer – DJ Crystl
7:14
3 Koda Space Tek
Written-By, Producer – D. Beale*, K. Townsend*
6:40
4 DJ Trace Definition Of Living
Written-By, Producer – DJ Trace
7:17
5 Adam F Sea Of Destiny
Written-By, Producer – Adam F
6:54
6 Engineers Without Fears Spiritual Aura
Written-By, Producer – DJ Rap & Aston
4:16
7 DJ Crystl Let It Roll
Written-By, Producer – DJ Crystl
7:03
8 Orca Intellect
Written-By, Producer – D. Beale*, K. Townsend*
7:32
9 Voyager (3) Haunted
Written-By, Producer – P. Parsons*
7:31
10 Code Blue (3) Angels In Dub
Written-By, Producer – Slipmaster J
5:43
11 Orca Liar
Written-By, Producer – D. Beale*, K. Townsend*
5:04
12 Atlas (5) Second Heaven
Written-By, Producer – D. Beale*, Slipmaster J
5:52

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Made in the EEC.

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  • Matrix / Runout: SCRCD 007
  • Barcode: 5 025702 110722

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Eazum_Twt

Eazum_Twt

May 29, 2016
A great mix of tunes on this one, interesting listens as well as dancefloor bangers! Although with this CD I forewarn you that tracks 6 and 7 have barely any low end. If you listen to them via the webs, the mixes are full and how they should be. But on the CD for some strange reason the bass is the queitest in the mix (not the jungle mastering we all love) and on Let It Roll theres even a constant 50 Hz humb which make remastering a tricky one. At least you can find this track for digital release over at http://hardcorejunglism.com/products/dj-crystl-let-it-roll/
jonnyh179

jonnyh179

May 12, 2015

excellent comp full of Lucky Spin / Dee Jay goodness. the Adam F/ Voyager and Orca cuts stand out the most.
dopplerfm

dopplerfm

August 7, 2012
this comp is just another one in a million but deserves 5 stars for the dj trace cut alone. many people prefer the amen backed version that only hit dubplate but i think this version is superior, just a simple backing think break to stay out of the way of the atmospherics and provide a breakbeat frame. this is the only place i've ever seen the track appear and it's a giant, dark atmospheric monster.