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Q-Project*Champion Sound (Remixes)

Label:C.I.A. – C.I.A. 99004
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Glitch, Drum n Bass


AChampion Sound (Bad Company Remix)
RemixBad Company
BChampion Sound (Tipper Remix)

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 032629 000920
  • Matrix / Runout: C.I.A.99004

Other Versions (5 of 22)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Champion Sound & Night Moves (Alliance Remixes) (12", 45 RPM)Legend Records (16)LEG 006UK1993
Return Of Q. Project (12", 45 RPM)Legend Records (16)LEG 001UK1993
Return Of Q Project (Alliance Remixes) (12", Promo)Legend Records (16)LEG 006UK1993
Champion Sound (Doc Scott Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Legend Records (16)LEG 011UK1994
Champion Sound (Doc Scott Remix) (12", Test Pressing, White Label)Legend Records (16)LEG 011UK1994


exiledmancunian's profile picture
I couldn't agree more.

When it comes to jungle/d&b, I'm mostly a 1993-1996 kind of guy.

By mid-2003, I'd called it a day with d&b; never to return to the raves, and I own very few drum & bass records released after 1999.

But BC were one of the few artists at the turn of the century who actually kept me interested - at the time, they really were the masters of d&b, as many of the older "legends" had either taken d&b into directions which didn't appeal to me, or had simply lost it over time.

Naturally, I love the earliest versions of "Champion Sound".

But the BC remix takes it to another level - it got lots of plays/rewinds at the raves back then, and I've lost count of how many rave tapes it features on (based on my fairly large collection alone).

In fact, I think it features on more of my rave tapes than the 1993-1994 versions do. And that's really saying something.

Easily one of the best remixes in any dance music genre, in my opinion at least.
nostalgia_freak's profile picture
A CD of this was released with DEI3C Remix, Tipper Remix and Alliance Mix. I'll add it as a release here eventually as I own it.
Edited 16 years ago
I don't think i can add anything to what has already been said in previous reviews, but I'll give it a go. This is an astonishing production. I wouldn't go so far as to say it is the best piece of D&B ever but it is certainly second to none in the genre of Tech D&B.

If I ever hear a more annihilating bassline I'll probably keel over from shock - so amazing it's scary. It is simply monstrous and if it were alive would probably look something like Godzilla. It rips and tears through your mind and body like a Samurai with a machete. I strongly advise that you move any valuables well out of harms way because when you stick this fucker to the needle you'll be kickin' like Bruce with a vengeance.

After buying this I've always been slightly disappointed with further BC releases. That's not to say I don't like them. I love all my BC records but this is just so monumental that it's virtually imposssible to beat. I too will never tire of hearing this and everytime I put it on a mix CD it just sticks out like nothing else.

The title couldn't be more accurate -- Champion Sound !!!
shibby's profile picture
This Bad Company remix as usual has a superb tearin' bassline that's so addictive, myself also will never get bored of this record..
The Tipper remix is pretty cool until after the first drop, where it progresses into a screwed-up, crazy breaks tune.
But still, the BC Remix is what it's all about.. Big Ups!
behemoth's profile picture
In my opinion, Bad Company's take on this is the most incredible piece of drum 'n' bass ever created. With a heart of pure evil, the track devours everything in it's path. I will never get bored of listening to this (although it can't be good for my head). Teh Tipper mix is a completely screwed breaksy/glitchcore type affair which is just wrong and sounds nothing like the original (still rather good though). But then that's Tipper for you...