Various ‎– Killa Bites .01 - Phat 'N Inphectious Drum 'n' Bass

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Moving Shadow ‎– ASHADOW 25 LP 1
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3 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation, 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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A Renegade Terrorist (Dom & Roland Remix)
Engineer – G. Cheung*Remix, Producer [Reproduced], Engineer [Reengineered] – Dom & RolandWritten-By, Producer – Ray Keith
B AK1200 & Danny Breaks Deep Porn (VIP Mix)
Engineer – D. Whiddett*Written-By, Producer – D. Minner, D. Whiddett*
C TJ Rizing Earthworm
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – J.T. Manou
D Shere Khan One Day
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – M. Chinery*
E Bammer Device
Mixed By – BammerRecorded By – Kevin PaulWritten-By, Producer, Engineer – R. Knipe
F S.K.A.B Alliance* Scanning For Lifeformz
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – C. McBride, M. Corbett

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Mastered at The Exchange, London. All sides 45 RPM except A and D, 33 ⅓ RPM.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASHADOW 25 LP 1 LE Various Killa Bites - Limited Edition - Part 1.(3x12", Comp, Ltd) Moving Shadow ASHADOW 25 LP 1 LE UK 2000 Sell This Version

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duckdown

duckdown

September 8, 2014
The porn song on here is stupid as hell, and often comes on when you've got the album turned up full blown so you're quickly scrambling to change the track before people hear it and think you're rubbing one out.

Stupid.
CiaranM

CiaranM

March 7, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

This is my least favourite of the Killabites series. What's with the porno tune? I don't like Earthworm too much either - it doesn't compare to Agent 007 from Killabites .03.
However it is worth getting for the Terrorist tune, which starts off with the melody from the original; making it the perfect tune to start off a mix. One Day is a cool tune with a nice bassline.
Device is a decent-sounding tune though I find the snare a bit weak, making it sometimes annoying when I try to beatmatch it.
Scanning For Lifeformz is a great tune which starts off with a slighly alien atmosphere, and uses samples to set the mood. The 'drop' is a little disappointing, though it gets better.