Smith & Mighty Discography Tracks

Albums

Smith & Mighty - Bass Is Maternal album art Smith & Mighty Bass Is Maternal (Album) More Rockers UK 1995 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Big World Small World album art Smith & Mighty Big World Small World (Album) Studio !K7 UK & Europe 1999 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Life Is... album art Smith & Mighty Life Is... (Album) Studio !K7 Germany 2002 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Smith & Mighty - Walk On... / Travelling album art Smith & Mighty Featuring Jackie Jackson (2) Smith & Mighty Featuring Jackie Jackson (2) - Walk On... / Travelling Three Stripe Records UK 1988 Sell This Version
SAM 1113 M.C. Kelz* / Smith & Mighty M.C. Kelz* / Smith & Mighty - Clash Of The Beats(12", W/Lbl) Three Stripe Records SAM 1113 UK 1988 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Anyone... album art Smith & Mighty Featuring Jackie Jackson (2) Smith & Mighty Featuring Jackie Jackson (2) - Anyone... (Single, Maxi) Three Stripe Records UK 1988 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Steppers Delight E.P. album art Smith And Mighty* Steppers Delight E.P. (EP) Three Stripe Records, FFRR UK 1992 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Remember Me album art Smith & Mighty Remember Me (Maxi, Single) Three Stripe Records UK 1994 Sell This Version
SNMMX DJ 3 Smith & Mighty - Come Fly Away  album art Smith & Mighty Come Fly Away (12", Promo, W/Lbl) Three Stripe Records SNMMX DJ 3 UK 1994 Sell This Version
none Smith & Mighty - Remember Me (Recut) album art Smith & Mighty Remember Me (Recut)(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) Not On Label none UK 1994 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Same album art Smith & Mighty Same (Single, Maxi) More Rockers UK 1996 Sell This Version
!K7065EP Smith & Mighty - DJ-Kicks EP / I Don't Know album art Smith & Mighty feat. Alica Perere* Smith & Mighty feat. Alica Perere* - DJ-Kicks EP / I Don't Know(12", EP) Studio !K7 !K7065EP Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Seeds album art Smith & Mighty Feat. M.C.Kelz* Smith & Mighty Feat. M.C.Kelz* - Seeds (Maxi) Studio !K7 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
RR12-88138 Smith & Mighty - Limited Edition 2 album art Smith & Mighty Limited Edition 2(12", Ltd) Rhythm Republic, Cutting Edge RR12-88138 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
!K7080EP Smith & Mighty - No Justice album art Smith & Mighty No Justice(12") Studio !K7 !K7080EP Germany 1999 Sell This Version
RR12-88122 Smith & Mighty - Move You Run album art Smith & Mighty Feat. Tammy Payne Smith & Mighty Feat. Tammy Payne - Move You Run(12", EP, Ltd) Rhythm Republic, Cutting Edge RR12-88122 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
none Smith & Mighty - Big World Small World - Free 3 Track Sampler album art Smith & Mighty Big World Small World - Free 3 Track Sampler(Cass, Single, Promo, Smplr) Studio !K7 none US 2000 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Life Has A Way / B-Line Fi Blow album art Smith & Mighty Life Has A Way / B-Line Fi Blow Studio !K7 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Maybe It's Me album art Smith & Mighty Maybe It's Me Studio !K7 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
AE0117-8S Smith & Mighty - Brain Scan album art Smith & Mighty Brain Scan(7", Ltd, Num) Angel's Egg AE0117-8S Japan 2003 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Bass Is Maternal album art Smith & Mighty Bass Is Maternal Punch Drunk Unearthed UK 2009 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - B-Line Fi Blow / Living In Unity album art Smith & Mighty / Rob Smith Smith & Mighty / Rob Smith - B-Line Fi Blow / Living In Unity Punch Drunk Unearthed UK 2010 Sell This Version
Smith & Mighty - Rock U album art Smith & Mighty Feat. DJ Lynx Smith & Mighty Feat. DJ Lynx - Rock U (Single) Disc Shop Zero, BS0 Records Japan 2018 Sell This Version
none Smith & Mighty Something Real(Acetate, 12") Not On Label none UK Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

ACCR-10002 Smith & Mighty - From Bass To Vibration - The Best Of Smith & Mighty album art Smith & Mighty From Bass To Vibration - The Best Of Smith & Mighty(CD, Comp) Rush! Production ACCR-10002 Japan 2003 Sell This Version

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BS.Dos.

BS.Dos.

December 18, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Regardless of what you may or may not have heard about the infamous ‘Bristol Sound’ over the years, either in the press, from friends or on vinyl, one thing is certain, that sound did not originally come from the likes of Massive Attack, Portishead or Roni ‘still raving like its ‘1991’ Size. While the Wild Bunch (a loose outfit of Bristol based MCs, graffiti artists and DJ’s) can claim credit for breaking the sound to a wider national/global audience, it is Smith & Mighty who can rightly pronounce this throne as their own.

A bit to laid back for their own good to have gained any credible success or recognition on a national platform in the late 80’s/early 90’s, (it took them 7 years from the date of their first release in 1988 to 1995 when they released their debut LP, Bass is Maternal) they still command significant respect amongst the more discerning music aficionados. Unfortunately, their idleness proved to be their undoing in terms of gaining any real commercial success. While they pondered about unproductively in the early/mid 90’s, (this is only partly true, while studio output was minimal, they maintained a strong and consistent presence on the DJ/sound system circuit) the scene around them changed and saw a wealth of new pretenders pushing forward their own deep and dubby sound to much greater acclaim.

While Smith & Mighty never officially dissolved as an outfit, with output slowing down to a trickle, Rob Smith and Peter D off-shot and became the (Mighty) More Rockers, a strictly Drum & Bass affair and, enjoyed a good (and due) amount of global success, especially in the UK, mainland Europe and Japan were they have toured on numerous occasions. Today, party appearances and guest DJing slots aside, Rob Smith appears to be the only remaining member who still maintains a degree of output and has enjoyed some success in 2003 with his solo LP – Up on the Downs.
RadarBlue

RadarBlue

September 28, 2002
The smoothness of the release LIFE IS... Is so overwhelming and pleasant. Totally amazing sound engines, soft and waterticklingly cool, clean and super crisp. PS, the best production EVER!
altan8

altan8

September 19, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
The original dub masters!! These guys made dub music wot it is today, pioneering wot they call "the bristol sound". they've worked with alot of the big dub names including Massive Attack. Not really very well known because of record label troubles that stopped them releasing much for 5 years!! also record as More Rockers and Jaz Klash.

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