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L.T. Bukem*Logical Progression

Label:VMR Records – 8999
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

ALogical Progression
FeaturingD. Bryce*
6:53
B1Logical Progression (Alternate Mix)5:31
B2Logical Reprise
FeaturingD. Bryce*
5:45
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Credits

Notes

First release by the artist, would later become known as LTJ Bukem. [Notes Uncredited]

Track B1 samples:
Teque Nick - Bye Bye Stembi

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Etchings A): A PORKY PRIME CUT.

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Logical Progression (12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing, White Label)VMR Records8999UK1991
Recently Edited
Logical Progression Re-Press (12", 45 RPM, Repress, Limited Edition)Good Looking RecordsGLRLTJ001UK2004

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Reviews

  • paulwest53's avatar
    paulwest53
    Even from this very early release you can tell that Bukem was something a bit special! 3 fantastic mixes that demonstrate his style was ahead of the curve.
    • matt.timpson's avatar
      matt.timpson
      This was a pretty big tune up in the Northwest. Nice breakbeats and great use of the Sueno Latino piano break. Nice historic tune to have in your record box.
      • Steveo33837's avatar
        Steveo33837
        LTJ Bukem is a pioneer when it comes to all things drum + bass, jungle etc... This is Danny's first 12" - a mixture of house, jungle and breakbeat. A slow build up with slick beats (for the time) which then eases down into a Sueno Latino style piano break with the vocals 'do you wanna have a good time... a good time tonight'. More keys + chords follow over a tough, choppy beat. Looking back now, signature Bukem with high production and innovative ideas for it's release date. Didn't get a huge amount of exposure and the only mix I can recall it on was a DJ Dougal, Dreamscape set. If you like Bukem's stuff - it's a great piece of vinyl to own. I fortunately bought a copy from a DJ so it's in mint condition... I paid £16 in 2016!
        • Old_Boy's avatar
          Old_Boy
          This had more in common with house then jungle - yeah the breakbeats give it that proto-jungle feel but that's in hindsight. What I would say is that this was definitive UK. There was Orbital, 808 State and Prodigy et al, and they were all making that ...er, logical progression within the dance scene
          • Lixx's avatar
            Lixx
            Edited 9 years ago
            Superb three tracker! Logical Progression (Alternate Mix) fits in nicely to most sets. Very spacey and ahead of it's time. Logical Progression on the A side is very 1992 IMO (even though the release is 1991). Perfect vibe with soaring strings and great female vocal/piano sequence that comes around two minutes in. "Do wanna have a good time? Good time, do you wanna good time? Good time tonight!" Of course you do- and you will with this track!
            • timibbitson's avatar
              timibbitson
              so so so early jungle , maybe only v4visions was earlier . ? any ideas ??
              • iuno's avatar
                iuno

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