|Dusk Till Dawn (Original Dnb Version)
|I Want Too!
- In all fairness, if this wasn't as well put together and right of the time as it is, it might only be worth half as much. I can understand the rarity, and someone out there has always wanted this release for a long time. it is very well done, and if you can afford it, it can be yours. Having that said, there are plenty of releases from this time period that can equal or rival this release. but I understand the exclusivity factor. Keep in mind: only people into jungle and drum 'n bass were still listening in '93, and when Reinforced, Ram, and Movin Shadow were innovating with every new release, this should be held to the same standard. It still holds up which means a lot, but is another piece of the puzzle.
- Edited 3 years agoI have a sneaky feeling this could be the missing first release from global syndicate records, somebody over on youtube mentions something about this being on deceptive records which might account for the cat number dic ep004 meaning this was ment for deceptive records but then changed lables to global syndicate which was a related label anyway or seemed to be releated to deceptive records, however on the press release for dreadi knights tune on taste records - yard rave, it mentions a couple of eps one was the incommunicado ep which since has been added, the other one it does not mention the name except for it coming out on global syndicate records syn001,it also mentions a track called terror, which i belive is track B2 according to the youtube links which the press release put down to deceptive jon and dreadiknight i think, i dont have the press release hand it;s either them two or dreadi by himself