Various ‎– Platinum Breakz II

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Digital Metro 8:07
Hidden Agenda Pressin' On 6:35
J-Majik* Arabian Nights 7:19
Source Direct Stonekiller 7:12
Adam F Metropolis 6:33
Ed Rush The Raven 7:37
Hidden Agenda Dispatch #2 8:24
Peshay On The Nile 8:29
Dillinja Promise 8:16
Optical To Shape The Future 5:51
J-Majik* Repertoire 7:01
Sci-Clone Melt 7:19
Codename John The Warning 8:47
J-Majik* Your Sound (Remix) 7:02
Rufige Kru Dark Metal (Remix) 8:13
Optical Swift Glide 8:00
Lemon D Chainsaw 6:19

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
828 986.2 Various Platinum Breakz II(2xCD, Comp) FFRR, Metalheadz 828 986.2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
828 986-1 Various Platinum Breakz II(3xLP, Comp) FFRR 828 986-1 UK 1997 Sell This Version
422-828 986-2 Various Platinum Breakz II(2xCD, Comp) FFRR, Metalheadz 422-828 986-2 US 1998 Sell This Version

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Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

March 2, 2017
referencing Platinum Breakz II, 2xCD, Comp, 828 986.2

Some blinders on this 2 CD set, including some of the best on the label IMO including Promise, On the Nile, Metropolis, Your Sound (Remix) & Melt to name but a few. Classics
noizstepper

noizstepper

December 6, 2012
referencing Platinum Breakz II, 2xCD, Comp, 828 986.2

I don't quite understand why the 1st Compilation of the plat. breakz is recommanded more often than this part, allthough i. m. O. here the tracks are more advanced, deeper, stranger and darker as well. I like the first part too, but this one is my personal favorite!
Still now a very good abstract Funk Release.
Maybe a bit more experimental than on the 1st part.
dav_12002

dav_12002

June 13, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Platinum Breakz II, 2xCD, Comp, 828 986.2
This is a stunning 2 cd pack from Metalheadz & one of the first cd's i ever bought that converted me to the dark sounds of the genre. All the tunes on this album are brilliant and classics. My personal favs are the futuristic 'To shape the future' by the legendary Optical. The awesome 'Your sound' remix by J majik. The dark & eerie 'Arabian nights' & the classic 'Metropolis'. Special mention must also go to Source direct for their contribution.
Overall this is a must have cd for any drum & bass fan and a reminder to where drum & bass was in the late 90's.
pddf1

pddf1

May 16, 2002
referencing Platinum Breakz II, 2xCD, Comp, 828 986.2

This is a fantastic who's who in the world of d+B from around 1997 that is still relevent today. Fantastic metalheadz sound on virtually all tracks which was sadly lacking on PB III