Plastic Jam ‎– Break Beats Volume One

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Tracklist

Plastic Jam At The Kit
A1 Wicked Beat
A2 Nutter Beat
A3 Trial Beat
A4 Flick Beat
A5 Ride Beat
A6 Rock Ride Rydim
A7 Flam Break (Muted Snare)
A8 Jumble Jungle Break
A9 Snare'y Beat
A10 High Pitch (Muted Snare)
A11 We Are The Ragamuffin (Into Muted Funky Drummer)
B1 Reggae S/Stick
B2 We The Ragamuffin
B3 Ringing Snare Beat
B4 Pots & Pans Beat
B5 Double Kick Beat
B6 Wilo Willy Beat
B7 Fills & Thrills
B8 More Fills (Pitched Down)
B9 Fills (Pitched Down Even More)
B10 Funky Disco Break
B11 Weird Loop Break (Muted & Un Muted)
B12 Hittin' A Can
B13 Mute & Trill
Plastic Jam At The Programme
C1 Hyped & Ready
C2 Music's So Wonderful Beat
C3 D.T.I. Beat
C4 Dope Break
C5 Rude Boy Break
C6 Going Gets Ruff
C7 Bongo Break
C8 Pro To The Prodigy Beat
D1 We Are The Raggamuffin (Programme)
D2 Jungle Breaks
D3 Dubplate Style
D4 Mellow Break
D5 Feel The Plastic
D6 Hyper Head
D7 Outer Space
D8 Scream Beat
D9 Tuff Beat

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed BySRD

Credits

  • Design [Cover Design]Lee Framer
  • Performer [Played By]G. Bowden* (tracks: A1 - B13)
  • Programmed By, Edited ByG. Bowden* (tracks: C1 - D9)

Notes

Limited Edition Double Album

Plastic Jam Productions 1993

Collection of rhythms & beats by Plastic Jam. Tracks are mislabelled on both the cover and the labels. The first disc is the collection of 'live' drum loops, where as the second disc contains the edited loops - constructed in part from samples from the first and other, more well-known breaks.

Most of these beats have been production-basis for several releases on Labello Blanco. Some of the titles give clues to where they were used previously (for example, D2 "Dubplate Style" can be heard in Macka Brown - Dub Plate Style)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (side A, hand-etched): NLB 4 -A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, hand-etched): NLB 4-B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (side C, hand-etched): NLB 4- C1
  • Matrix / Runout (side D, hand-etched): NLB 4-D-1

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obsessionrecs

obsessionrecs

March 28, 2020
edited 10 months ago

I don't remember ever seeing this LP in the shops, i got my copy through mail order in the early 90’s. I ordered the Labello Xmas selection box Vol 2 & this came free with it. Need to go through it again & check what breaks are on it but i do remember it has the break Dillinja used in Silver blade/Tron, recorded that one from here a while back. (it also appears in longer format on a Zero G CD)
Somasis

Somasis

June 14, 2014

Might just be me, but I think the pressing is very thin. Otherwise, it's a very useful record. Just wish it was a little heavier.
Wolfy666

Wolfy666

October 20, 2011
It's a bit of a bitch when both sides of record one has the same breakbeat all the way through, programmed slightly different and that same breatbeak is also featured on record two, how pants is that.