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LeviticusBurial

Label:Philly Blunt Records – PB001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Jungle

Tracklist

Cronic 1
ABurial (Madamoselle Mix)
Engineer [Uncredited]Dillinja
Cronic 2
AABurial (Lovers Rock Mix)
Engineer [Uncredited]Optical
FeaturingYolanda (7)
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Credits

Notes

Samples:
Vocal & guitar from Foxy - Mademoiselle
Vocal from Jigsy King & Tony Curtis - My Sound A Murder
'Lovers Rock Mix' includes re-sung vocals from Jill Francis - Make Love To Me

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PB-001-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, etched): PB-001-AA1

Other Versions (5 of 8)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Burial (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Test Pressing)Philly Blunt RecordsPB001UK1994
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Burial (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)FFRR, Philly Blunt RecordsFXDJ 255UK1995
Burial (CD, Single)FFRR, London RecordsFCD 255, 857 917-2UK1995
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Burial (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)FFRR, Philly Blunt RecordsFX 255UK1995
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Burial (Combination Mix / The Tearing Terrorist Mix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label)FFRRFXXDJ 255UK1995

Reviews

  • ryangreenracing's avatar
    Lovers Rock mix repressed on the brilliant soul jazz compilation 'black riot' - double LP of bangers currently available at half price of a decent 12" here - recommended
    • manumanu's avatar
      manumanu
      No one said Optical made this?
      Him on Facebook (25 September 2013):
      "1994 Leviticus - Burial. Made in the back of The Roller Express in Lea Valley, London. One of the biggest tunes of the era and my first work as a producer with Jumpin' Jack Frost. Jungle Fever all the way!!"
      • andrewmeda's avatar
        andrewmeda
        Shit! I've finally found the track! I arrived fresh over from South Africa, to the depths of South East London Council Estate life in 1995. Getting stoned out of our boxes on crap hash, listening to Jungle on Pirate radio, playing Fifa 95 on the PS2...
        Great times :P !
        • king777dave's avatar
          king777dave
          One of my favorite tracks from 94/95. Classic jungle at its best!!!
          • Lixx's avatar
            Lixx
            Female extended vocals are usually not my thing but this JJ Frost classic is so addictive and such a great tune I could listen to it on repeat all day. Nice block rockin beats and a killer bassline, everything about this track just clicks. I swear that funky bassline bit with the male "ooooohh" vocal sounds like it was lifted from old Duran Duran record. Funny story, when I first heard this track I thought the reggae vocal said: "Big barnyard heavy" rather than "Big, bad, and heavy". I was like what the hell is this guy on about? Barnyards?!
            • tradeprice's avatar
              tradeprice
              YE YOU NO IT WAS ON PHILLYBLUNT RECORD NOT FFRR IT WAS THE OLD TIME CLASSIC BAD BAD AND HEAVY
              • Temporarities's avatar
                Temporarities
                A true original ragga Jungle classic from original first day Jungle producer Jumping Jack Frost with the enchanting 'Big Bad and Heavy' male vocals cleverly call & responsed by female vocalist Yolanda. This particular track got so many media exposure due to the many dj plays it got on the UK Jungle raves back in the days. Also this particular track helped to push the more ragga influenced Jungle sound after the more 'rave' inspired piano looped breakbeat wich was at it's top at that period of time.

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