Ad

Master Release

Edit Master Release
Recently Edited

Marketplace

39 For Sale from $8.33
Ad

Statistics

  • Avg Rating:4.63 / 5
  • Ratings:471
Ad

Videos (13)

Edit
Master Release Beta Version

You are viewing the new version of the master release page. Disable this option to revert to the old version.

LeviticusBurial

Genre:Electronic
Style:Jungle
Year:

Tracklist

Cronic 1
Burial (Madamoselle Mix)
Cronic 2
Burial (Lovers Rock Mix)

Credits (4)

Versions

Filter by
8 versions
,
Cover of Burial, 1994, VinylBurial
12", 45 RPM
Philly Blunt Records – PB001UK1994UK1994
Recently Edited
Cover of Burial, 1994, VinylBurial
12", 45 RPM, White Label, Test Pressing
Philly Blunt Records – PB001UK1994UK1994
Recently Edited
Cover of Burial, 1995, VinylBurial
12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
FFRR – FXDJ 255, Philly Blunt Records – FXDJ 255UK1995UK1995
Recently Edited
Cover of Burial, 1995-03-00, CDBurial
CD, Single
FFRR – FCD 255, London Records – 857 917-2UK1995UK1995
Cover of Burial, 1995-03-13, VinylBurial
12", 33 ⅓ RPM
FFRR – FX 255, Philly Blunt Records – FX 255UK1995UK1995
Recently Edited
Cover of Burial (Combination Mix / The Tearing Terrorist Mix), 1995, VinylBurial (Combination Mix / The Tearing Terrorist Mix)
12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label
FFRR – FXXDJ 255UK1995UK1995
Recently Edited
Cover of Burial, 1995, VinylBurial
12", White Label, Promo
FFRR – FXDJ 255, Philly Blunt Records – FXDJ 255UK1995UK1995
Cover of Burial (Logistics Remix), 2006-09-00, VinylBurial (Logistics Remix)
12", Promo, White Label, Single Sided, 45 RPM
Philly Blunt Records – PB011UK2006UK2006
Recently Edited
ryangreenracing's avatar
Lovers Rock mix repressed on the brilliant soul jazz compilation 'black riot' - double LP of bangers currently available at half price of a decent 12" here - recommended
Vinylmonkeylegend's avatar
Jumping Jack Frost would say:
"I made this!"
Seminal Jungle tune...BIG UP!!
manumanu's avatar
manumanu
No one said Optical made this?
Him on Facebook (25 September 2013):
"1994 Leviticus - Burial. Made in the back of The Roller Express in Lea Valley, London. One of the biggest tunes of the era and my first work as a producer with Jumpin' Jack Frost. Jungle Fever all the way!!"
andrewmeda's avatar
andrewmeda
Shit! I've finally found the track! I arrived fresh over from South Africa, to the depths of South East London Council Estate life in 1995. Getting stoned out of our boxes on crap hash, listening to Jungle on Pirate radio, playing Fifa 95 on the PS2...
Great times :P !
king777dave's avatar
king777dave
One of my favorite tracks from 94/95. Classic jungle at its best!!!
garyjlittle's avatar
garyjlittle
My copy says "Redued to 30p". Time changes everything.
Lixx's avatar
Lixx
Female extended vocals are usually not my thing but this JJ Frost classic is so addictive and such a great tune I could listen to it on repeat all day. Nice block rockin beats and a killer bassline, everything about this track just clicks. I swear that funky bassline bit with the male "ooooohh" vocal sounds like it was lifted from old Duran Duran record. Funny story, when I first heard this track I thought the reggae vocal said: "Big barnyard heavy" rather than "Big, bad, and heavy". I was like what the hell is this guy on about? Barnyards?!
simonhibbert's avatar
simonhibbert
Gem of a classic
h4ndcrafted's avatar
h4ndcrafted
Absolute Jungle classic!
tradeprice's avatar
tradeprice
YE YOU NO IT WAS ON PHILLYBLUNT RECORD NOT FFRR IT WAS THE OLD TIME CLASSIC BAD BAD AND HEAVY