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    Cover of Volume Three, 1993, VinylVolume Three
    12", 45 RPM
    Naughty Naughty – NN 003UK1993UK1993
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    Cover of Volume 3, 1993, VinylVolume 3
    12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label
    Naughty Naughty – NN 003UK1993UK1993
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    12", 45 RPM, Reissue, White Label
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    • raster1's avatar
      SIDE A is the same song another artist made, really strange. He must have copied the song. If you want me to spend a few hours researching it I can.
      • flunkster's avatar
        bought this on week of release back in the day, original white label before the printed label version.
        • BlueMoonWax's avatar
          Sure this is a bootleg. From memory, mine sounds like it's recorded from another record, which is most noticeable before the tune starts, & also has record noise/clicks when the vinyl itself is clean
          • Mr.Confidence's avatar
            Whilst not strictly a jungle head, i do like the amen rollers, mainly because that break rolls so well and has so much groove. Anyway, onto these Naughty Naughty bootlegs, many of them were actually better than the originals they sampled, that point is proved very well here, especially with the Liquid "sweet harmony" remix. Infact, the Xpansions remix is pretty damn good too.

            They are very simple remixes really, the beats are simply replaced and sped up to a 150bpm jungle tempo. But they just work so well. I'm very surprised that none of Naughty Naughty's bootlegs were released officially as they do destroy dancefloors.

            Its a shame that jungle in this day and age doesn't have the same melodic fun factor like the examples displayed here, i bet there'd be far more people playing it and listening to it.
            • raindance_rob's avatar
              Edited 15 years ago
              The b side was played more by dnb dj's & this is reflected in the style of music that it is. Its abit of a unique tune, like nothing else really, with good use of the vocals & melody samples from the all time classic "Sweet Harmony". For me personaly this version is better then the original, with its nice added beats & the use of the added "1, 2, 3, 4 Hit It" sample that is used to great effect :o)

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