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The Urban Tribe - Fred Locks Jungle FLAC album

Performer: The Urban Tribe
Genre: Electronic
Title: Fred Locks Jungle
Released: 1995
Style: Jungle, Ragga
FLAC version ZIP size: 1974 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1716 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1359 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 727


A1 7 Mile's
A2 Fredlocks
B1 Stop Buss It
B2 Robbo-T


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Absolutely spannered production on this release, the beats simply cannot be beaten, completely roughneck and out of this world and the bass is massive too!Urban Tribe have one other release, it's on Sub Assertive Sounds a label that mostly features Dubtronix productions which makes me wonder if Urban Tribe featured any of the Dubtronix collaborators. The sound reminds me a lot of G.E. Real's production (also known as Mr. Realistic) and Jeremy Sylvester's work as Dubtronix and particularly his weirder darker production as Darkus.Anyway, speculation aside this is a very unusual, rare release and is well worth hunting down if you enjoy heavily reggae/ragga influenced Jungle with beats that feel like they might lose control at any second and some nice sub workouts! If you dig this I heartily recommend you check out anything by the the Dubtronix crew and CK-1 - Danger Valley Jungle. Seriously roughneck!

I had this on white label given to me... as I was in the studio when they were making it one Friday night. The studio was Musart in the Custard Factory Birmingham, while Dubtronix had a studio a couple of floors below; they collaborated a lot with each other. I can confirm that the artist was G.E. Real who was responsible for the beats and main “7 mile” sample which sounded weird when they kept triggering it (on an Atari ST) but when it all came together... you know the rest!

jesus i didnt know about about that best of dubtronix thing pretty sick, deffo hope there's another volume.Yes man big dubtronix fan i really hope he remasters feel from the interfaze lp love that tune but the pressing is complete arse.I'll try find that tune i was on about, i remeber now it was over at rolldabeats, in the ID section maybe posted by the user logic dont quote me on thatIn fact i found it the sample has expired i've asked if he could reupload

Ha, what a tease, I love pretty much all of the Dubtronix catalogue. Jeremy Sylvester recently did a digital release of most of the Dubtronix tunes remastered with some unreleased gems. Check it here: http://www.junodownload.com/products/best-of-dubtronix-vol-1/2028829-02/I asked him on Twitter if he had plans for a Volume 2 and he said yes and that there's plenty more unreleased tunes that he'll remaster from DAT. Perhaps a few side projects might see the light of day too?I might have a word with Kut D then. The idea of more Urban Tribe is great I still don't have Cue6, need to track down a copy but the last one I saw went for £250 which is a bit steep!

I swear there is another urban tribe tune out there some place, i remember some bloke asking for an ID on some forum (cant remember where) from a kenny ken set in 95, the tune had all the elements of an urban tribe tune, nutty drums, weird/ unique samples, this one in particular had a piano bit from some reggae tune, you'd recognize it when you heard it, sped up vocals almost chipmonkish kinda similar to cue6 as in just as manic.Urban tribe defiantly was a dubtronix side project not sure of the members though, cue6 deffo has that dubtronix bass, it's unmistakeable, and the drum work is defiantly NINJ's.I've tried asking jeremy sylvester but i've never got an answer, you could try kut D who also was in that posse, he's on youtube plenty

I am very supprising, because, I just get my records back, since 2002, I didn't touch them, so it just look new. This one is one of mine.... 119£ I am glad to have it