Various ‎– Noise 3

Label:
Jumpin' & Pumpin' ‎– LP TOT 8
Series:
Noise (5) – 3
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Tracklist

A1 Urban Shakedown Bass Shake 3:26
A2 Bass Ballistics Smoke Dis One (Remix) 4:24
A3 Hackney Hardcore Caught With A Spliff 5:10
A4 Satin Storm Free Your Mind 6:16
B1 Project One Come My Selector 6:36
B2 Sonz Of A Loop Da Loop Era Peace & Loveism 6:24
B3 Energy Zone Now Hear This 5:54
B4 Vocation Up & Running 5:42
C1 Run Tings Back Again 5:10
C2 Star Preacher Space Brains (Hyper Space Mix) 6:02
C3 Dionysus (3) Space 5:51
C4 Mars, Doom & Freshtrax* Intensity 3:04
D1 Hardware (17) Let's Go 5:34
D2 Blatant & Dangerous What The World Needs 5:47
D3 Spirit Level (3) Out Of It 4:09
D4 Bogeyman* Happy & Free 2:11

Notes

Track B1 is listed as Don Gorgan Coming.
Track D4: artist and title are switched. 'Happy & Free' was released as 'Happy Dub' on The Bogeyman* - Happy / Enter The Hardcore.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MC TOT 8 Various Noise 3(Cass, Comp) Jumpin' & Pumpin' MC TOT 8 UK 1992 Sell This Version
CD TOT 8 Various Noise 3(CD, Comp) Jumpin' & Pumpin' CD TOT 8 UK 1992 Sell This Version

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eazyflow

eazyflow

November 26, 2016
edited 10 months ago

Well worth picking up. Not least because it includes some belters such as Bass Ballistic’s ‘Smoke Dis One (Remix)’ and Run Ting’s ‘Back Again', but it also includes 4-5 tracks that so far as I’m aware were not released elsewhere.

The Dionysus and Spirit Level tunes are a couple of nice little dubbed-out breakbeat numbers that still sound fresh in 2016. Hardware’s ‘Let’s Go’ is more of a 4-to-the-floor affair with hands-in-the-air strings, pianos, and a lovely section of rave stabs reminiscent of the likes of Rhythm Section. The real gem for me though is Blatant and Dangerous’ ‘What The World Needs’ which is an absolute firing piece of old skool hardcore complete with energetic beats, Landlord stabs, and a spine-tingling breakdown.

With 4 tracks per side, the sound quality does suffer somewhat, but with a little careful EQ-ing all should be well.