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VariousDrum & Bass Selection 1 (16 Of The Most Requested Rewinds)

Label:Breakdown Records – BDRCD1, Breakdown Records – BDRCD 001
Series:Drum & Bass Selection – 1
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass, Jungle

Tracklist

1Boogie Times TribeThe Dark Stranger (Q-Bass Remix)
Producer, Written-ByD'Cruze, Q Bass*
RemixQ Bass*
4:46
2DJ CrystlWarpdrive
Producer, Written-ByD.Chapman*
4:50
3Uncle 226 Million Ways To Die (DJ Hype Remix)
Producer, Written-ByNavigator, Uncle 22
RemixDJ Hype
4:27
4M Beat*Rumble
Producer, Written-ByM Beat*
4:07
5Engineers Without FearsSpiritual Aura
Producer, Written-ByDJ Rap & Aston
4:13
6D'CruzeWatch Out
Producer, Written-ByJ.D'Cruze*
4:16
7Gappa G & Hypa Hypa*Information Centre (DJ Ron Remix)
Producer, Written-ByGappa G & Hypa Hypa*
RemixDJ Ron
4:34
8DJ Dextrous & Rude Boy KeithLovable
FeaturingErin*
Producer, Written-ByE.Francis*, K.Lawrence*
3:54
9M Beat*Shuffle
Producer, Written-ByM Beat*
5:08
10SubnationScottie
Producer, Written-ByW.Wilson*
4:13
11JoR Type
Producer, Written-ByJo, DJ Lime*
5:17
12AcroSuperpod
Producer, Written-ByD.Beale*
5:08
13DJ TaktixThe Way (VIP Remix)
Producer, Written-ByDJ Taktix
4:48
14Desired StateBeyond Bass
Producer, Written-ByAndy C, Ant Miles
5:19
15Q Bass*Gun Connection
Producer, Written-ByQ Bass*
5:34
16Roni Size & DJ DieMusic Box
Producer, Written-ByRoni Size & DJ Die
5:10
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Notes

Track 15, is really track AA1 of this release "AA1 Gun Connection (Rewind Remix)"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 022765 553022 >
  • Barcode (String): 5022765553022
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): BDRCD 1 · ˍMASTEREDˍ BY NIMBUS

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Drum & Bass Selection 1 (16 Of The Most Requested Rewinds) (2×LP, Compilation)Breakdown Records, Breakdown RecordsBDRLP 001, BDRLP 1UK1994
Drum & Bass Selection 1 (Cassette, Compilation)Breakdown RecordsBDRMC001UK1994
Drum & Bass Selection 1 (Cassette, Compilation, Mixed)Breakdown RecordsBDRMT001UK1994
Drum & Bass Selection 1 (2×LP, Compilation, White Label)Breakdown RecordsBDRLP 001UK1994
New Submission
Drum & Bass Selection 1 (16 Of The Most Requested Rewinds) (CD, Compilation)SonySRCS 7740Japan1995

Reviews

  • Technogenic's avatar
    Technogenic
    Such a good compilation, remember visiting London a number of times in the early 90s, a friend of mine said to me on one trip, "have you heard this shit they are playing on the pirates now?," for someone who had been a big Detroit Techno aficionado, but no longer inspired by the music coming out of there, that "shit" on the radio back then was revelatory, it was like music from another planet, it was the bleeding edge in dance music, brilliantly innovative, and a completely new trajectory in electronic music. Problem, was, unless you were living in London, trying to keep apace of things was difficult, so I settled for compilations like this, to at least get some kind of window on the scene. Drum & Bass Selection 1 gives a taste of the energy and excitement of that era, just try and imagine the last 28 years never happened, and you got home one night, put the radio on, and this music was blasting out... So many timeless tracks on here, sounding as fresh now as they did all those years ago, depressing to think it has been so long...
    • Komakino's avatar
      Komakino
      Edited 16 years ago
      This release was the first to showcase (and name check) a new style of music that emerged from the ashes of rave and had mutated from the Darkcore subgenre. Whereas the latter eschewed the helium vocals and "toytown" samples (lovingly embraced by the nascent Happy Hardcore scene), the compliation title hints at the focus of the tracks in this compilation and where a newer style of music was moving towards. The tracklisting is chronological, with the link from Darkcore to D & B highlighted by the first three tracks - 'The Dark Stranger', the beat-driven 'Warpdrive', and the Uncle 22 remix. We are treated to the rapid machine-gun beats of Subnation's 'Scottie' and the Mad P-sampling 'The Way' along the way, but the overiding focus of the compilation is the emergence of the reggae/ragga vocal sample, showcased by at least two-thirds of the tracks here. The highlights however, are the two releases that do not rely on either the 'dark' or ragga vocal notions, namely 'Spiritual Aura' and 'Music Box'. Perhaps it is credit to the (reputation of the) producers involved, but these tracks still sound as fresh as they did back in 1993/94.