Various ‎– Still Smokin

Label:
G-Line Records ‎– GLINELP001
Format:
3 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation
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A1 Rude Bwoy Monty Warp Ten (Heavyweight Mix)
Engineer – PascalWritten-By – Bill Conti, Carol Conners*Written-By, Producer – Monty*
A2 DJ Hype Freestyles Of Bass
Vocals – MC MooseWritten-By, Producer – Hype*
B1 Ganja Kru* Bring The Horns
Written-By, Producer – Hype*
B2 Pascal In Da Meantime
Written-By, Producer – Pascal
C1 DJ Hype We Must Unite
Written-By, Producer – Hype*
C2 Pascal True Grit
Written-By, Producer – Pascal
D1 Rude Bwoy Monty Steppa's Anthem (Linerz Mix)
Engineer – PascalWritten-By, Producer – Monty*
D2 DJ Zinc The Source
Written-By, Producer – Zinc*
E1 H.M.P. Runin's (Origin Unknown Mix)
Remix – Origin UnknownRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional Production] – Andy C, Ant MilesWritten-By, Producer – Pascal, Thomas*
E2 Redlight* The Future Is Dark
Written-By, Producer – Redlight*
F1 DJ Hype Stomp Ya Feet
Written-By, Producer – Hype*
F2 P-Funk Skinz
Written-By, Producer – Pascal

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Notes

Presented by Ganja Records and Frontline Records.

In some cases the three records were sold separately.

Some copies are also stickered on the front with a green circular sticker that says "Classic tracks from D J Hype And The Ganja Crew".

Track A1 published by Suburban Base Music/Emi Music. Contains a sample from "Gonna Fly Now" (B. Conti, C. Conners) used by kind permission courtesy of EMI Music.
A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, F1, F2 published by Suburban Base Music.
D2, E2 published by Copyright Control.
E1 published by Suburban Base Music/Copyright Control. Remix courtesy of Ram Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5030557100118
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): SIMON - THE EXCHANGE GLINE LP-001-A1 D.M.M.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): SIMON - THE EXCHANGE D.M.M. GLINE LP-001-B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout): GLINE LP-001-C1 SIMON - THE EXCHANGE D.M.M.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout): GLINE LP-001-D1 SIMON - THE EXCHANGE D.M.M.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E Runout): SIMON - THE EXCHANGE GLINE LP-001-E1 D.M.M.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F Runout): SIMON - THE EXCHANGE D.M.M. GLINE LP-001-F1

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GLINECD001 Various Still Smokin(CD, Comp) G-Line Records GLINECD001 UK 1996 Sell This Version
GLINE LP 001 Various Still Smokin (The Album)(3x12", TP, W/Lbl, Album) G-Line Records GLINE LP 001 UK 1996 Sell This Version
GLINEMC001 Various Still Smokin(Cass, Mixed, Comp) G-Line Records GLINEMC001 UK 1996 Sell This Version
GLINE LP 001 Various Still Smokin (The Album)(3x12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) G-Line Records GLINE LP 001 UK 1996 Sell This Version
SRCS 334-5 Various Still Smokin(CD, Comp + CD, Comp, Mixed) Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. SRCS 334-5 Japan 1998 Sell This Version

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devin306

devin306

August 29, 2016

The other reviews are bang on the money. These three records were foundational, used and abused over and over, with some very special permutations found along the way.
soulbeatrunner

soulbeatrunner

July 27, 2015
If you went to the clubs / raves, or checked out the radio during the year or 2 before this compilation came out then you knew every track before buying. Everybody wanted a copy. The promos were 1 per shop - they were like gold. If you had these tunes in ya bag before release - dub, test press or promo then you were the Don! This is classic business.
Sloofman

Sloofman

April 17, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
I'm very surprised that no-one has commented on this album yet...
1996 was the year of crazy over the top basslines and this is no exception, but they're broken up by imaginative vocal and musical sampling and excellent drum experimentation including plenty of amen.
What's particularly striking about this collection is the large range of musical influences - it's like a musical stew! Each tune happily switches between late night rave (The Source) to P-Funk (True Grit) to outrageous jump up (Warp Ten)but I suppose the underlying vibe is a hip-hop one.
From an era when a lot of drum and bass artists were doing the jazz vibe to death and taking themselves a bit too seriously, it was refreshing to see the Ganja Cru just concentrating on rocking the dance!