Oldest jungle (160-170) tune? 1992

#1

FIND OLDER ONES
CONTEST**

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#2

No clue but fookin hell thats a banger

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#3

i kno rite?

how appropriate its named futuroid also

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#4

1991

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#5

Also such an iconic tune…written in '92 by Andy C at the age of 13

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#6

https://www.discogs.com/search/?q=12RENKTCL03&type=all

released in 2002 tho?

interesting

there are other early m-beat jungle tunes but earliest is 1992

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#7

weird I knew the sample from this but never knew the name of the track and well yeah same dude aha

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#8

says 1991 on the artwork on the label anyway! loads of people saying it could be a grammatical error or something though

lots of gold in 92 though

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#9

HE WAS 13?? FFS

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#10

Controversial

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#11

This tune was also one of the archetypes. Sounds like a jungle 45 played at 33.

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#12

specifically NO breakbeat hardcore ALLOWED

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#13

Breakbeat hardcore had 4/4 kicks in general.

The very first record would arguably be Meat Beat Manifesto’s “Radio Babylon”, recorded in 1989, and is still recognisably ‘drum and bass’ in sound today.

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#14

thin line between it tho
don’t feel like searching but theres earlier stuff <92 think even some 90’s

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#15

160bpm + tho

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#16

1992 it still kills it!

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#17

Viiiiiiiibes

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#18

since this is a thread for jungle/hardcore I found this guy’s channel, seems to be uploading practically every track ever… 24/7

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC72zDYgp26ZaYJM-4SeVC9w/videos

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#19

theres also that soundcloud channel w/ loads of dubplates etc (all clips tho not full tunes iirc)
dont know if it still exists

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#20

was gonna post something similar as i was watching some of “the new dance show” on youtube. a few tunes were breaks speed up to around 160. i was very thrown off when i thought i heard a jungle track from a video back in 89’.

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