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Energy ZoneJungle Zone E.P.

Tracklist

Zone A
Jungle Zone 1
Jungle Zone 2
Jungle Zone 3
This Zone - Zone B
Jungle Zone 4
Jungle Zone 5
Jungle Zone 6

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    Cover of Jungle Zone E.P., 1992, VinylJungle Zone E.P.
    12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
    Sapho – SAPH 09UK1992UK1992
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    Cover of Jungle Zone E.P., 1992, VinylJungle Zone E.P.
    12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label
    Sapho – SAPHO 09UK1992UK1992
    Cover of Jungle Zone EP, 1993-04-07, VinylJungle Zone EP
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
    Sonic Records – SEP001, Sonic Records – SEP-001-1US1993US1993
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    Cover of Jungle Zone EP, 1993, CDJungle Zone EP
    CD, EP
    Sonic Records – SEP-001-2US1993US1993

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    • elfspirit123's avatar
      elfspirit123
      Where does "watch me original rub a dub style" sample come from in jungle zone 5?
      • seandb07's avatar
        seandb07
        Edited 3 months ago
        Anyone have any clue as to why this release links to the Sonic Records page, but then isn’t listed in the releases for the label?

        This is the case with at least one other release on this label as well, that I’m aware of.
        • AskeladdenBlack's avatar
          For me it is all about Original Rub N' Dub Style, it got absolutely caned back in the day.
          • 8892sales's avatar
            8892sales
            As far as I'm concerned it's all about track A3. Nice bit of in your face breakbeat (jungle?) techno darkness with rising moody Tronikhouse Uptempo style bass synth and bellowing acid laser synth over a chugging rough break. Uses a TB-303 from one of Outlander's tracks to blaring effect. A bit of a psychotic head mess to boot. The rest of the tracks are too chipmunky happy ragga hardcore jungle for my tastes. If some like that sort of thing, that's fair enough, probably not bad then. Definitely more popular anyway. Not for me though.

            This track was a bit of a classic with the sadly missed Colin Faver. Also Steve Mason. Of course with a couple of the Pulse 90.6FM jocks aswell.
            • djbriand's avatar
              djbriand
              @darkfellow Most likely taken from one of the most sampled vocals in the history of dance music Loleatta Holloway ‎– Love Sensation you can hear "take me away" at 1m 58s
              • dsyn2spin's avatar
                dsyn2spin
                Awesome early hardcore/jungle crossover
                release.Some proper pounding tracks on this EP for sure!

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