|A||Poison Dart (Original Mix)|
|B1||Poison Dart (South Rakkas Crew Remix)|
|B2||Poison Dart (DJ Baku Mega Mix)|
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Limited Edition 180gm Heavy Virgin Vinyl.
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, A Side): ZEN 12202 A TRANSITION
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, A Side): 68909 1A
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, B Side): ZEN 12202 B
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, B Side): 68909 1B
- Barcode: 5 021392 489162
|Poison Dart (12", Limited Edition, 180g)||Ninja Tune||ZEN12 202X||UK||2007|
|Poison Dart (CD, Promo, Sampler)||Ninja Tune||ZENCDS 202 P||UK||2007|
|Poison Dart 1 (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)||Ninja Tune||ZENDNLS202||UK||2007|
|Poison Dart 2 (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)||Ninja Tune||ZENDNLS202X||UK||2007|
|Poison Dart (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)||Ninja Tune||ZEN12 202||UK||2007|
- Edited one year agoIf anyone still has these Ninja tune releases stored in the original PVC, they will react and fog the record over time.
- I hope this single, along with "Jah War" with Flowdan, heralds a new era for both The Bug and Dubstep. Totally advancing away from the explosive but kinda tinny King Jammy meets DJ Scud sound of "Pressure," Kevin Martin's moved his decks into deeper regions of sub-bass, creating some of the first really rocking vocal dubstep (I mean Kode9 & Spaceape is great, but it's more chill-out material). The original's the most killer, South Rakkas Crew remix is allright, it grew on me a bit, and DJ Baku's Mega Mix is a total killer.