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Various Artists  - The Best of Jungle Massive album download
Performer: Various Artists
Title: The Best of Jungle Massive
Genre: Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass, Jungle
Released: 1997
MP3 album szie: 1300 mb
FLAC album size: 1843 mb

Best of Jungle Massive. DJ Rap DJ Nut Nut . Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. Great album and service. Format: Audio CD. This one has loads of early ragga-jungle from the 1994 era that's guaranteed to have you steppin pon de dancefloor! Too bad it wasn't continuously mixed. That would have made it even better! But all in all, it's a good compilation. Remarc sure knows how to chop up the breakbeats on "Drum'n'Bass Wise" which is the 9th track on the first.

Cassette - Payday 042). One of the first stateside breakbeat compilations, Jungle Massive spotlights 1994's ragga scene with 12 consistently solid tracks.

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No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. blarch.

Jungle’s heartland was London and the Midlands (Coventry, of all places, was a particularly significant node), and in many ways the music developed out of the disintegration of the rave dream. By contrast with rave’s Ecstasy-fuelled rural arcadia, jungle’s feral geography seemed as if it was derived from dystopian science fiction. Films were a massive presence, both as the source of samples and as something that coloured the mood and theme of tracks. The jungle was a fictional space as much as a genre, a brutal ‘90s update of William Gibson’s cyberspace. Jungle’s innovations were collectively driven, not attributable to individual auteurs, but to ‘scenius’, the interaction between DJs, producers and the ‘massive’ on the dancefloor. Breakbeats and bass sounds would evolve from track to track, as if they were audio lifeforms subjected to an intense process of unnatural selection.