top 10 most famous dnb tunes

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  1. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    which are the 10 most famous dnb tunes?
     
  2. V Matt

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    Stuff like Original Nuttah, Valley Of The Shadows, Champion Sound, Renegade Snares remix, Pulp Fiction, Trust Me, Brown Paper Bag etc.


    All good tunes but massively overplayed 'cos people overlook the better tunes that were around at the time for the more popular ones.
     
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    I think Ram Trilogy 'Titan' (personal fav), Krust 'Jazz Note', & Alien Girl would also have to sit in there not just because it was a massively popular tune but everytime that first drop is heard the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end!! :slayer:
     
  4. zeeky deek

    zeeky deek Moaning all the time.

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    there's tonnes of em that can be classified as the most famous, do u mean within junglists? or the ones that get DnB attention from the media and others?

    circles, brown paper bag, LK even shake ur body all got massive attention and gave DnB a mainstream push, but ask most junglists and these will struggle into their fave tunes.

    personally, i'm man enough to admit that i wasnt listenin to DnB in 92-96 (golden era?) so i'm not too clued on big tunes, prolly best i remember is demons theme, but after that i think a lot of the full cycle stuff was famous, titan, ska, tudor rose, thugged out bitch, twisteds stuff has been played by everyone as well, so i suppose those are the famous one if amount of play defines what famous is...
     
  5. 1992

    1992 Novantadue

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    These two are recently famous because they're rare and jerks on ebay are making people sell their soul to the devil to get copies.

    Foul Play "Finest Illusion (Vocal Mix) / Screwface" (Section 5)
    FDB Project "The Core / Shes Breaking Up" (Bangin Tunes)
     
  6. sparkyc10

    sparkyc10 Kentish Junglist

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    the most famous tunes in my opinion, tryin to make a compromise between back in the day tunes and tunes alerted to by the media, so all kinds of junglists would probably be...

    shake ur body,
    twist em out,
    lk,
    ska,
    mo fire,
    chopper,
    original nuttah,
    brown paper bag,
    pulp fiction,
    incredible

    thats just off the top of me head mind. many others deserve a mention
     
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    Serum Well-Known Member

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    Probably these

    Incredible
    Terrorist
    Original Nutta
    Lighter
    Valley of the shadows
    Chopper (shy FX mix)
    Trust me
    LK
    Bodyrock
    Twist em out
     
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    Adam F - Brand New Funk :devilslay
     
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    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    Tune :slayer:
     
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    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    Those CD's Hype mixed a while back were good, Jungle Massive or something!
     
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    Time Dependant Jungle Hunter

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    Yer I know the one's you mean shameful to say it, but I actually bought my copy from Tesco's ha ha. It had some wicked tracks that would I definetly consider classics like:
    DJ Krome & Mr Time - Ganja Man
    P-Funk - P-Funk Era
    Splash - Babylon o_O
    Deep Blue - The Helicopter Tune
    Omni Trio - Renegade Snares
    DJ Krust - Jazz Note (still prefer the Total Science remix)
    Q Project - Champion Sound
     
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    nasher Gangsta Status

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    original nuttah
    its jazzy
    brown paper bag
    chopper
    trust me
    champion sound
    they r the ones that stick in the mind most of all.
     
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    while i agree with all the above i cant beleive noones said the nine by bc!

    :hagglers:

    but most famous ever got to be original nuttah
     
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    Very good point & what about 'Planet Dust & The Pulse'. :2thumbs:
     
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    You're Gonna Miss My Face......Cyba - I thought it was hot when I heard it...but I've only been spinning dnb for a year but I've been listening to it for a while I guess. No one bothered to mention Prodigy at all but hey them dudes issss bad!! Voodoo People, One Love etc......
     
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    good tunes but the mixing was a bit slapdash.
     
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    circles
    brown paper bag
    shake ur body
    bodyrock
    tudor rose
    the nine
    the rukus
    vault
    titan
    44 mag
     
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    In no particular order:
    Valley Of The Shadows, Pulp Fiction, Trust Me, Helicopter Tune, Original Nutah, Terrorist, Champion Sound, The Nine, Shadow Boxing & Alien Girl
     
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    Brown Paper Bag
    Circles
    Fugee Or Not
    Shake It
    Valley Of The Shadows
    Trust Me
    Lighter
    Badass
    Pulp Fiction
    Super Sharp Shooter

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