L.T.J. Bukem*Horizons

Label:Looking Good Records – LGR001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Drum n Bass


BRain Fall7:08

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[P] & [C] 1995 Looking Good Records

Uncredited female vocal sample in 'Horizons' is Maya Angelou reading from her poem 'On The Pulse Of Morning', at the inauguration of former US President Bill Clinton (01/1993).

First press/print is misspelled 'Horizion' on the label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): LGR 1 A-01-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): LGR 01 B-3-1-1

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Horizons / Rain Fall (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)Looking Good RecordsLGR001UK1995
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Horizons (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing, White Label)Looking Good RecordsLGR 1UK1995
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Horizons / Rain Fall (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)Looking Good RecordsLGR001UK1995
Horizons / Rainfall (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Repress)Looking Good RecordsLGR001UK2002



  • thechabot's avatar
    Like all art, true genius comes from its ability to pull emotion from the consumer. This track is some of the finest music ever made.
    • gav92's avatar
      much prefer rainfall. Horizons never did it for me I'm afraid...
      • DennisV94's avatar
        I'm a House guy, but i'll always make an exemption for this one. It just gets me every time. Horizon is such a great atmospheric track!
        • d.teil's avatar
          Still a highlight of these times. No question about it. It survived!
          • hustachethomas's avatar
            Where does these piano chords come from in Horizons please? I've heard them in a Dana's Ruh track called "Jamming"
            • merrimaker9's avatar
              Rain fall was made in late 1993 same as peshay's the piano tune but both never got full releases to summer 95
              • ravd48's avatar
                the main side, Horizons is the seminal release from LTJ Bukem , a career defining moment and a bridge-gap for the genres and subgenres of jungle and dnb ...

                everyone knows Horizons but I bought this record for Rain Fall ... a beautiful piece of under rated rhythm, starting off with an off-beat vocal mash up and then dropping into the famous Hot Pants break which has been heavily EQ'd to sound raw and very rolling, the tune then breaks into a fantastic roll of a chilled, lush pad, with rollin beats and a solid bassline ... give this one a try !!
                • d3rf0ta's avatar
                  Edited 9 years ago
                  I don't really like Horizon, it's not a bad track, but it is a bit drum and bass "lite" (it truly wouldn't be amiss in a deodorant advert), which is probably why it appeared on so many of those awful chill out CDs in the early noughties. Rainfall is the superior track for my money.
                  • teopfunk's avatar
                    Camden Town square april 1996, Horace selled me "Logical Progression session 1" and i falled in love of D&B and Horizon was a key song.
                    Thank you Horace and thank you Danny!
                    • SparkiDee's avatar
                      One of the reasons why I produce Drum n Bass. I remember hearing this on Radio 1 back in 1997, was only about 10 years old at the time and listened to Jungle on and off when I was young. Heard this tune countless times in the late 90s and in early 00s when I started DJing I managed to get hold of Horizons on vinyl but have since sold a lot of my old 12's (so regret that) but this really was why I wanted to produce Drum n Bass. As for the sample used.... back then a lot of sounds were lifted from other records and I think Bukem worked it so well within this track. If anyone remembers the documentary he was in with his label there was a part where he was in the studio sampling sounds and he said he often ripped from jazz records etc so it wasnt uncommon. If anything Bukem took the intelligent sound to the masses! great DJ and great producer. Horizons will always have a place in any DnB/Jungle set I do.


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