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Jungle Buddha - Green Buddha E.P mp3 album

Jungle Buddha - Green Buddha E.P mp3 album Performer: Jungle Buddha
Title: Green Buddha E.P
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno, Jungle
Date of release: 1993
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1811 mb
Size FLAC: 1202 mb
Rating: 4.4

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Seminal 92 jungle techno from Mark Loy: 7th Storey have restored a cult classic from Poetic Justice right here. Drug Me" is raw spaced-aged breakbeat blueprint business while "Psalm IV" gets gritty on the pounding 4/4s with heavy paranoid pressure and vicious early UK techno gloom. Track 3" brings us back to the hardcore with a muscular melodic arrangement that increases the intensity to dangerous psychedelic levels while "Track 4" is a nasty little darkcore creeper that hasn't dipped in its fearmongering one iota since its release 25 years ago.

Jungle Buddha ‎– Green Buddha . - XTC 004 20. Yet another Movie - Pink Floyd - A momentary Lapse Of Reason 21. Journey To The Unknown - Intense - RUGGED 7 22. Liquid Affray - Off The Nut Vol 1. NUTE-1 23. Nowhere - The Next Step - Forwards in Reverse EP 24. The Quickening - Intense - RUGGED 7 25. Underwater Fireworks - Off The Nut Vol 1. NUTE-1 2. 7 Minutes Of Maddness - The Brain Crew . - Bizzy B & Eqinox DOPE 16 36. Warp Factor (94 Revamp TDK Mix) - Vinyl, 10", Single Sided, Test Pressing, White Label DOPE 20 37. Untitled B. - Violator Vol. - Not On Label (Tango & Fallout) ‎– VI 001 38. Approach & Identify - Bounty Killaz - Part Two - CW 003 39. Positive Chaos. Mix 1) - Not On Label (Tango & Fallout) ‎– TF003 40. Untitled B2.

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Drug Me
Psalm IV


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XTC 004 Jungle Buddha Green Buddha E.P ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl, Sta) Poetic Justice XTC 004 UK 1993
XTC 004 Jungle Buddha Green Buddha E.P ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl) Poetic Justice XTC 004 UK 1993
7TH 12016 Jungle Buddha Green Buddha E.P. ‎(12", EP, Ltd, MP, RE, RM, 140) 7th Storey Projects 7TH 12016 UK 2017
7TH 12016 Jungle Buddha Green Buddha E.P. ‎(12", EP, Ltd, MP, RE, RM, TP, W/Lbl) 7th Storey Projects 7TH 12016 UK 2017
7TH 12016RP Jungle Buddha Green Buddha E.P. ‎(12", EP, Ltd, RE, RM, RP, 140) 7th Storey Projects 7TH 12016RP UK 2017

User reviews
Great EP. The two untitled tracks sample vocals from Mike Oldfield feat. Jon Anderson - In High Places
Hi all,Apologies if anyone is waiting on an update on this. It has required some in-depth investigations and other scurrying around in the background, as well as coming at a time where to be honest, I have had some extremely pressing (excuse crap pun) personal things to deal with.The bottom line is that the tracks were pressed at the wrong speed, I won't go into the why's and wherefore's of what happened, but suffice to say it was my mistake and nobody else's - something I'm not particularly chuffed or proud of, but as I've been told countless times over the last week by countless people, these things happen. That may be the case, but I can't say I'm happy about it in the slightest either. I extend my sincerest apologies to everyone that this has happened.The best gesture I can think of to resolve this adequately is to recut at the correct speed, repress with slightly amended artwork and catalogue number to differentiate from the first, incorrect press and replace all existing copies. If you have copies of the first press, please just keep hold of them to do what you wish with and your copies will be replaced free of charge when the replacements are available. The replacements will be subject to the usual turnaround times, but I will try and get them pushed through a bit quicker if at all possible.If you have returned your copy/copies of the original press, there will likely be spare copies of the replacement run that you can purchase again nearer the time if you wish. If you still want to return your copies for whatever reason, please get in touch at [email protected], and we'll arrange that on an individual basis.To all those that have said they are happy with the press, thank you for saying so both in public and privately - however in the cold light of day they are not as they should be, and they will be replaced. To all those that have offered some amazing support and kind words over the past few days (and weeks, months and years in a lot of cases), another big THANK YOU!Hopefully getting this sorted will appease those that might feel particularly unhappy about the situation. 7th Storey Projects has never been about anything more than wanting to put out good music that we love, and hopefully others enjoy and love too, and that's exactly what we want to, and will keep on doing.PeaceSimon
I never got the chance to thank you for sending the re-re-press. So thanks! Rare thing these days.Customer for life, keep up the solid work.
Quality Simon 7th Storey keep up the good work :)
Simon, you are a true gentleman. Where others would try and cover up an issue like this you are there publicly apologising. If only others would follow your lead. You will continue to receive my and many others support through the fact you are such a great example of how customer service should be done.
It has been brought to my attention that some people are not happy with the pressing of The Green Buddha EP, rather than trying to chase up all unhappy persons via trawling through numerous Facebook posts etc, hopefully this statement will help to appease those that are unhappy, and at least offer a solution for those that are unhappy.7th Storey projects has been in existence for nearly 8 years now, we are just about to hit 20 vinyl-only releases during that time with plenty more in the pipeline. During that time we have built up a loyal and dedicated fanbase that we are truly grateful for, more than most could ever imagine. The support we have received over the years from all over the globe, both in terms of being supported with people buying our releases, and the innumerable words of wonderful support from so many people, both in private and in the public domain cannot have a price put on it.Ultimately, our singular goal is to put out good music to like-minded folks, with quality (both in terms of mastering and pressing) being of great importance. Something that we like to think, and backed up by the feedback we have received over the years, that we have achieved on a very consistent basis. Regarding the Green Buddha EP, feedback has generally been very good, with many people happy to get their hands on it finally. We have not read all comments regarding any dissatisfaction as yet, as it is somewhat difficult to track all these instances down on social media etc but have been informed that there are a number of customers who have voiced concerns.To those not happy with it, as alluded to above, our aim is have customers happy with our releases, and we apologise profusely some feel that this is not the case in this instance. We also understand that music is a highly emotive subject and that it is most certainly not possible to please everyone all of the time, as much as we would like to.If you would like to return your copy/copies for a full refund then you are most welcome to do so, please email [email protected] if you wish to return them so we can make a return list to enable us to process any refunds as quickly as possible once the items are received back, if you have the original packaging the return address is on the back, if not then we can advise the return address via email - we will also refund any return postage for those that do wish to return.ThanksSimon
shame its pressed at the wrong speed / sounds like they send the wav's to press less then 44 so they bitrare is slow as when yopu play all the tracks on this repress 12 at zero pitch at 33rpm its only 140 bpm / its way to fast at 45rpm at -8 pitch and far to slow to mix into anything from 93 on the jungle tip at 33rpm and plus 8 pitch (maximum speed of this press on full plus 8 pitch is only 153 bpm) :( big shame i thought :(
about 7 people alone have said its slow but you have failed to replay to them / i remember drug me on a pilgrim tape and on the hardliners ep and people who have the original press say the repress is slow and one of the tracks is not the same as the original 1993 release its missing the breakdown..? / . / for me and others its to slow to mix into another hardcore jungle tracks from 92-93 as drug me on zero pitch is only 135 bpm.....even the original speed of the track it samples the drums off (hear comes the drums) is 149 bpm at zero pitch so it seems a little odd for a hardcore jungle track to sample the drums off another hardcore track and slow it down to 14 bpm and then release it a year later.....wont you say...? / im done with this now and selling my copy as its too slow and was not what i thought it was / ive got the wavs you sent me and got them resampled and by doing that has changed the bpm to a pace that was more in the hardcore jungle speed of the time and sent for a dub to be made / thanks for the wavs all the best :)
krspursuit shame its pressed at the wrong speed / sounds like they send the wav's to press less then 44 so they bitrare is slow as when yopu play all the tracks on this repress 12 at zero pitch at 33rpm its only 140 bpm / its way to fast at 45rpm at -8 pitch and far to slow to mix into anything from 93 on the jungle tip at 33rpm and plus 8 pitch (maximum speed of this press on full plus 8 pitch is only 153 bpm) :( big shame i thought :( Unfortunately I have to agree. I'm lucky enough to have an original copy to compare and track X1 plays at 148bpm at +/-0 pitch. The reissue plays a good 12bpm slower which is closer to early '92 speeds. Tbh I did think it sounded slow straight away when I got it on the deck. I dunno maybe they pitched the originals up at the pressing plant when they did the run if they were recorded at 136-odd bpm on the original DATs! Also, I actually quite like the fact the labels give the track info on the wrong sides. As a previous reviewer said the info side on a lot of tunes is usually the b-side, which is true of this 7th Storey release but I see it as a quirky little touch even if it was done in error.
I'll remove this comment and do a in depth review explaining fully what I mean and what I've found buy resampling the wav you sent me / plus in fact the tempo of drug me is 135 Bpm and no one producing jungle in 92-93 was making that style of music this slow this is a day machine problem trust me and if you have the know how to resample in programs you will find that the pitch of the track changes without doing anything to the file when you change the bit rate to 44.1 hz / have you tried mixing these tracks into anything under the jungle tag line...? / you will find this ep is unmixable unless your jungle sets peak 150 bpm
I'll be looking into this in more depth tomorrow, will be re-reviewing DATs, remasters few and test presses to ensure all facts are correct, and giving an official line then. Unfortunately as I'm out this evening I can't do any more until then.
Feel lucky to have this! At last never thought I would see the day
Superb release, one record I thought I would never own. Sounding absolutely fantastic.
Glad you like mate - the DAT masters were a little on the 'crispy' side to start with, unsurprising given the limitations the artist was working with at the time. But Beau and Keiran did some great work to get them to a point where they were cuttable. Still a little ruff and ready but that's a huge part of the appeal and charm in my eyes :-)
This has gotta be just about one of the darkest, nastiest hardcore/ jungle tracks produced in all of '93. The EP contains a mix of hardcore/jungle and some more stompy techno vibes all the while remaining dark and edgy throughout. "Drug Me" is the main track. This tune sounds like complete and utter devastation. Imagine if there was no-one left on earth- no buildings, no seas nothing. Just a black, barren smouldering wasteland. If that was the case I reckon you'd hear this tune in the background! Wicked.
couldn't have summed it up any better....utter carnage and devastation....track E2 was a tricky ID for a while....seriously dark and mesmeric Hardcore/Jungle/Techno.....truly amazing!!