DJ Nut NutForbidden Planet / Set My Mind Free

Label:Virtual Motion Records – VM 001
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Jungle


aForbidden Planet
aaSet My Mind Free

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): VM 001 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA etched): VM 001 AA-1

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Forbidden Planet / Set My Mind Free (12", 45 RPM, White Label)Virtual Motion RecordsVM 001UK1994



  • Old_Boy's avatar
    Only just realised after all these years that the intro/breakdowns of Forbidden Planet samples one of my most favourite rave tunes BITD, namely Yaaaah by D-Shake
    makes me love this tune even more
    • BlueMoonWax's avatar
      Heard this played out on a decent system for the first time last night. My fucking word !
      • hotdaze92's avatar
        Could quite mistake this for a dillinja tune,DJ nut nut shows off heavy duty amen skillage,proper tings.
        • ibiza1997's avatar
          a superb piece of Hardcore Jungle! Back in 1994 when Jungle was too DARK!! and the raves were packed to the rafters..
          • uomeX13's avatar
            So ahead of its time /end/
            • puttybutty1's avatar
              Wow.... Just wow, I have my copy double bagged and locked in a special, safe place. The mere thought of unleashing this badbwoy makes my ass crack sweat. The drumz.... On a different planet, the bass.... Sublime. This is a proper pioneer drum and bass tune.
              Major heavy tings.
              • gemzstonez's avatar
                Serious jungle business. I got a copy of this in a collection of tunes a mate bought "from some place you went in through a hole in the wall in London" which turned out to be Blackmarket Records back in the day :) This is immaculately produced, with ruff tearing amen breaks and some deep dark bass. If you can get your hands on a copy of this do not hesitate!
                • Phix75's avatar
                  Edited 9 months ago
                  I remember my close mate and mixing buddy getting this on white and "Set my mind free" was the tune he always used to play. I was oblivious to the other side for some time until l myself one day picked it out and slapped it on the deck! I was and I still am blown away by this tune "Forbidden Planet" probably a contender for the heaviest Amen tear out around at the time or that I can recall anyway. It is such a heavy powerful tune. As with other Dj Nut Nut productions it is also big on atmosphere and you hear this as soon as the needle touches the groove. Turn it up loud and lose yourself in this riddim!!
                  I have... many a'time!
                  Cutting edge quality release from 94.
                  • TheGunnark's avatar
                    Shocked no one has reviewed this masterpiece! Set my Mind Free is a full on stormer. Dark pads and clutch vocals with precision breakbeat workout. The breakdown brings in church bell chimes that will make your spine tingle. Nuff said.

                    Forbidden Planet is the lockoff tune if you are badman who loves a serious dark and atmospheric work out. This tune will compete anyday with the likes of old Dilli or make you think of Equinox on his podcasts. Way ahead of the curve and a tune that will always do damage. Bless


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