The Bug Ft. Flowdan*Jah War

Label:Ninja Tune – ZEN12192
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
Genre:Electronic, Reggae
Style:Dubstep, Dancehall


AJah War3:00
BJah War (Loefah Remix)

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Limited Edition 180gm heavy virgin vinyl.
The first pressing comes with a black sticker on a red PVC sleeve.
The second pressing has a red sticker on a red PVC sleeve.
Track durations are approximated and do not appear on this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN, GTIN-13): 5021392463162
  • Barcode (Text, HRI, EAN-13): 5 021392 463162
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): ZEN 12192A TRANSITION-STUDIO·COM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): ZEN 12192B TRANSITION-STUDIO·COM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 65156 1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 65156 1B

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Jah War (CDr, Single, Promo)Ninja TunenoneUK2007
New Submission
Jah War (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Ninja TuneZENDNLS192UK2007



  • pchc_lx's avatar
    the Loefah Remix is ridiculous, I still remember the first time I heard it all those years ago. hope to get my hands on this some day if I can find an affordable copy.
    • ----'s avatar
      Edited 7 years ago
      I love the shout out to Rick Stein. I'm not kidding, go listen to the tune again. Like I said, fish.
      • oopu's avatar
        yea my copy the vinyl is all milky-stained wont come clean, still plays ok, what kinda of amateur record company would do such a thing...oh, nanja tune, oppps....
        • stalkism's avatar
          Edited 13 years ago
          This is not a review of the actual music but rather a precaution to be taken for the record itself due to its packaging.
          From my own experience the plastic of the outer bag will chemically react with the record which will deteriorate the sound quality massively over time. You can tell when you hold the record under light and you see that the black vinyl turns kind of matte/grey. I have experienced this with my first copy of "Poison Dart" (which comes in a similar type of polybag as outer sleeve) and the record is near unplayable now. You have turn the treble all the way up on your mixer to get a somewhat listenable result.
          I have recently purchased another copy of "Poison Dart" and that record had also started to turn matte but not as bad as my other copy. The same unfortunately applies to "Jah War". Either ditch the sleeves completely and replace them with standard sleeves or put the records in an additional paper sleeve which should remedy this.
          • thehardcorechief's avatar
            Firstly, just to confirm whats already been said, Loefahs bass adds something new and interesting to the track! This track needs to be heard out on a system to be fully appreciated, as with all Loefah tracks in my opinion(not that I`ve had many opportunities). Secondly, I think that the original on this record is different from the original that is featured on Mary Anne Hobbs`s Dub Warz, pressed on the Planet Mu label. The hi hats on this record seem to have so much more energy and power than the previously mentioned. If you can get the chance to hear it check it out,its Fiyah!


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