Un-cut Featuring Future Cut & Jenna G*Midnight

Label:Wired Productions – WIRED001
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Drum n Bass


AMidnight (Original Mix)
AAMidnight (Marcus Intalex & S.T. Files Remix)

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"Midnight" contains Samples of the song "Light My Fire" composed by Robby Krieger.

Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 08 47400 20 1A1 WIRED 001 Ⓜ TWIG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 08 47400 20 1B1 WIRED 001 Ⓜ TWIG

Other Versions (5 of 11)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Midnight (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)Wired ProductionsWIRED001UK2001
New Submission
Midnight (CDr, Promo)London RecordsnoneUK2001
New Submission
Midnight (Betacam SP, Advance, PAL)Warner Bros. RecordsnoneUK2001
Midnight (CD, Minimax, Single, Promo)WEAPRO3742UK2002
Midnight (12", 45 RPM)WEA Records Ltd.UNCUT001UK2003



  • Mr_Ramsbottom's avatar
    HUGE tune. Surprised it wasn't a bigger crossover hit to be honest, really accomplished piece of music. Quite rare to hear it played out these days for some reason.
    • garbanzokid's avatar
      A soloist classic, the reviews are amazing below on this, this was cutting edge ahead of its time, funk and bad-ass at the same time.
      • JohnnyMassacre's avatar
        This track was GIGANTIC, during the most diverse period drum & bass had ever known (2001). There was everything on the circuit, from stupidly heavy, to smooth, to garagey, to housey - everything - and this track took the crown for the smoothest. Not only that, but it really set a precedent and showed other producers that they could make a soulful, musical song without getting laughed at. It was battered to pieces by all DJs, and had its place even in dark sets. Pure classic. And Future Cut got smashed on their own plate by their own remix ... it always must gall when that happens, but they deserve credit for making an even more avante garde track that didn't blow up quite like this one.
        • Swagger's avatar
          Edited 16 years ago
          I first heard this tune as Marcus Intalex's opening track at The End around 2000-2001. The following week it was caned by every DJ on the night and this was the case for months after. Everyone knows this tune so there's little point in describing it. For me, this tune is one of the few modern 2 step D&B tunes that has all of the emotion of the old breakbeat-led classics. This is a timeless record and probably one of the best vocal tunes the scene has ever produced. Magic!
          • thelaw84's avatar
            Edited 16 years ago
            In a year when it was all about the darkside of drum and bass, this broke the mould and started to get airtime from most of the A listers. Along with MISTS 'How You Make Me Feel', this remix probably single handedly started the liquid onslaught that would take place soon after.
            Also one of Jenna G's first appearences on 12"


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