I guarantee that this is the best jungle mix you have ever heard.

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Driving Alex & Mark back to Salford after the Teeth of the Sea show last night, I gave them a choice of soundtrack: ragga jungle or punk rock: as is so often the case, ragga jungle won, and this went on. Arriving rushing to fuck, headbanging and about 10 minutes ahead of schedule,  I was reminded both how jaw-droppingly brilliant it is and how it mystifyingly isn’t on the internet to listen to (except some pretty shit MP3s I stuck up a few years ago which were such poor quality no-one will have bothered listening all the way through). I’ve re-recorded it to MP3 and have uploaded it – please take the time to listen – then listen to it again, and share it with everyone you know. It’s that good.

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Released in 1995, it’s the cassette version of the Kemet Crew’s era defining compilation Champion Jungle Sound: it’s actually worth shelling out the 40-50 quid the unmixed vinyl version of this album changes hands for, because every single track is a total classic. You could easily make a party blow up with just two copies of the LP and nothing else – and in essence, that’s exactly what The Brain Killers do on this cassette.

60 minutes of the highest quality chopped amens, warped sub-bass, roots samples and ragga chat, all yours at the click of a button. HERE.

Details and full tracklists are all at Discogs

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