Greatest Full-Length D&B album

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  1. theboogiedoctor

    theboogiedoctor New Member

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    Hey party people,

    What do you think is the greatest full-length drum and bass album ever recorded? I'd have to go with Grooverider's Mysteries of Funk; I cannot get enough of the dark, creepy grooves on it.

    Peace
    The Boogie Doctor
     
  2. crossfader

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    my fav is the colours album by adam f maybe because it introduced me to the dnb music.
     
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  3. Borf™

    Borf™ Borf

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    Adam F also introduced me into DnB, but it was Adam F Presents Drum and Bass Warfare, which is why that's prob my fave
     
  4. safety

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    timeless - goldie or inside the machine - bad company or cybotron - dillinja
     
  5. YOUNG TUNA

    YOUNG TUNA IT'S ME BITCHES

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    Limewax - Scars on the Horizon
    Teebee & Calyx - Anatomy
     
  6. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    New Forms, maybe Timeless.
     
  7. theboogiedoctor

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    oooh yeah, inside the machine is dope!
     
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    BoudiCat SERIAY.

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    Ahhhh too many to choose!

    But DJ Marky's 'The Brazillian Job' got me into D&B, UnCut's Midnight...what a tune
     
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    It would have to be timeless.
     
  11. lokki

    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    Timeless ..standard!

    Wormhole
    Planet V
    Colours
    New forms
    Inside The machine


    Dont think there has been an album anywhere near as important as those since they came out.

    Cybotron is wicked too but i dont think it can be classsed in the same catergory as these, i mean his tunes before that album were far more seminal.

    I mean not to sound old and grumpy but look at recent albums..they have been dissapointing at best. Even Calyx and teebee’s one wasn’t exactly amazing by their standards, I really expected much more.
     
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    Treazon Myriad Abstruse

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    And I'll add this little gem to the list...

    Aftershock - Aphrodite
     
  13. theboogiedoctor

    theboogiedoctor New Member

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    so no more love to grooverider? i really thought mysteries of funk was super-tasty
     
  14. Packman

    Packman Well-Known Member

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    Timeless--standard

    Speed Limit 150+ BPM volumes 1 & 3 with various artists; was my intro to d 'n b back in 1993. Also Logical Progression Level 1--LTJ Bukem was the first album that I bought. Good memories that bring a tear to my eye.


    Packman
     
  15. Darkus-F

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    Cybotron for me although it wasnt the album that got me into DnB.... it was a tune... Dillinja Remix of Jonny Jungle... m8 bought it on 10" years ago and stuck a copy in the tape deck on the way home from some house club... been hooked ever since (I also went out and bought all 3 10" Remixes of JJ heh)
     
  16. D BREAKNECK

    D BREAKNECK 7 years on top

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    Timeless & New Forms,

    I still like Colours a lot too.
     
  17. Fes Rock

    Fes Rock Nothing..........

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    All the standards mentioned.

    and...


    Dom-Industry
     
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    Aphrodite - Urban Junglist was my first DnB cd that got me into jungle, but i enjoyed Moving Fusion's - Start of Something more.
     
  19. ill1

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    I'll second Industry from Dom