Bukem* & The Peshay*19.5

Label:Good Looking Records – GLR 008
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Drum n Bass


B19.5 (Reprisal)7:25



Original presses have a white barcode.

Side A samples:
Synth from Daydreamer - Happy Dreams
Synth from The Jammers - What Have You Got To Lose
Synth from Dog Star Man - The Essence
Vocal from Sweet Mercy - Reach Out

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021497 404329 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021497404329
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): GLR. 8LT JP. A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): GLR. 8LT JP. B1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
19.5 / 19.5 Reprise (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Test Pressing)Good Looking RecordsGLR 8LTJPUK1994



  • Soulr_Records's avatar
    If I built a huge system with 18 inch subs, this is probably the first record I would play to test it out.
    • Collector_Cave_Guy's avatar
      One of my favourite releases from the early period of the label. So uplifting, sure is a beaut
      • esphoto's avatar
        Edited 4 years ago
        Blew my mind when I first heard it, and still never fails the hairs on the back of my neck. Deeeep bass, soaring strings, classic vocal snip and the perfect snap on that amen! Plus the usual diversions into the mystery that complete the arc of all Bukem's best. They nailed this one, an absolute classic
        • Pleinmont's avatar
          19.5 is very good but for me the Reprisal is the one I reach for nowadays. Never heard it played out at the time but it just takes things to a new level blending the original with the flavour of Atmospheric Jubilancy (tighter amens overlaid with another steppy little break) and those soaring heavenly choir pads. Just a perfect all round dub mix. Once it goes on have to listen 3 or 4 times. Thankfully not one of those VIP unreleased mixes!
          There's also another more recent version of this tune done by Tom Middleton - 19.5 Liquatech Mix. Sadly unreleased as far as I know but added the YT video here. More housey with classy production and very respectful to the original. Shame never came out would have gone nicely on an Earth Volume...
          I always assumed 19.5 was in reference to it being just under the general 20hz frequency that humans can hear. Starts off with deep bass so maybe?
          • gareth6592's avatar
            Love both sides of this, wonder why its called 19.5 ?
            • jimmflimm's avatar
              The Jammers - What Have You Got To Lose - brilliant use of this sample
              • dav_12002's avatar
                19.5 - what a tune, uplifting atmospherics and the stunning amen break coupled with a rolling deep bassline. Absolutely amazing and what an era for jungle / drum n bass. Bukem was unstoppable with GLR back in the day
                • breakage6's avatar
                  always loved this track since i first heard it .very typical of what i would expect from bukem coupled with the extra input of peshay , atmospheric and uplifting, not the hardest of amens , but just the right sprinkle of ingredients 4 out of 5 ;-)
                  • Duds1's avatar
                    The early break drop of 19.5 is one of the best amen choppages ever done in jungle! two special tunes.
                    • Soljah7's avatar
                      Edited 11 years ago
                      Top-tier release from GLR here. Absolutely caned by all the progressive DJ heads back in the day. For me, it's all about '19.5 Reprisal'. The impeccable, bad-boy rolling drum edits, the simple but effective subs, the elevating lead, the soaring pads; all combine to take me to a different place every time.

                      The quality this label maintained for it's first 14 releases is a testament, a cache of pure quality, that stands as a high water mark of the early scene.


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