The Invisible ManThe Bell Tune / The Tone Tune

Label:Good Looking Records – GLR 006
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Drum n Bass, Jungle


AThe Bell Tune
BThe Tone Tune



Track A samples:
Bell from Morenas - Hazme Soñar (Vocal Remix)

Original press has light yellow writing reissue has darker yellow writing (sort of orange). Also came with with a plain black sleeve when first released.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etchings side A): GLR 06 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etchings side B): GLR 06 B1

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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The Bell Tune / The Tone Tune (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Test Pressing)Good Looking RecordsGLR006UK1993
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The Bell Tune / The Tone Tune (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, White Label, Stickered)Good Looking RecordsGLR006WUK2002



  • KERFUE's avatar
    All these original Good Looking tunes are absolute gems they all deserve full length digital release
    • Mr_Logical's avatar
      The Bell tune, another absolute classic, way way ahead of its time. A very influential early atmospheric tune.
      The rumour goes that this was made before LTJ's Music, but had to wait for its release until after.
      The Bells, the edited amens, the pads; classic combinations
      The bells can be found in the link below.
      Big up the invisible man!
      • Micha-Troy's avatar
        do I hear lemon d something I feel in the background around the 3;50 mark?
        • BinaryGreen's avatar
          The Bell Tune is a quality tune. This release slightly reminds me of Peshay's "Piano Tune". This is probably the release that kicked off the intelligent jungle era.
          • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
            Edited 6 years ago
            The Invisible Man ‎– The Bell Tune samples the chiming bells from this record Morenas -Hazme Soñar which can be found on this compilation ... Though if you play the tracks in the video section, please be aware that they are not the correct mix... If your into your original samples and like a bit of ambient house Italia style buy this comp...
            As for the Bell Tune... Classic early D&B! ;)

            • rondragon's avatar
              As mentioned before, this release oozes quality. I actually prefer The Tone Tune with its sinister eerie and edgy sound. It's the bollocks!
              • masaq
                Here's another classic that needs a review. I first heard of the Invisible Man on a Timeless Recordings release from 93' - The Beginning/The End (DJG 006). That 12 is still regarded as a very influential breakbeat recording. Although released the next year, this release is no different. The Bell Tune is the standout track here. That bell on the intro still gets me every time. I'd love to know what the inspiration was for starting the track out in this way. Once the track gets going, there's plenty of nicely stuttered snares backed with a hard, pounding bass line. The layers and the production are immaculate, giving polish to a very underrated D n B classic. A real heavyweight tune that I still spin regularly. If you don't have this, you should have.


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