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Tracklist

A Black
B Untitled

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – The Exchange

Credits

  • Mastered By – Simon*
  • Written By, Mixed By, Producer – Leroy Small

Notes

Track A samples:
Vocal from Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You
Vocal from The Jason Load Experience - Mainline '90
Dialogue from the film Car Wash

This 12" was released in a generic plain black die-cut sleeve.
The black label appears on the A-Side whereas the B-Side has a plain white label.

'Black' was also released here.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): BLACK . 001 A₁
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): BLACK . 001 B₁
  • Other (Additional etching on both sides): SIMON THE EXCHANGE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLACK 001 DJ SS Black ‎(12", Promo) Formation Colours Series BLACK 001 UK 1995


DJ SS - Black

Musician performer: DJ SS

Title: Black

Date of release: 1995

Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1578 mb

Size FLAC: 1654 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 228

Other Formats: FLAC MPC AA AU WAV MP2 AU


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Mavivasa
One of my if not my all time fav jungle track!!!! Can someone tell me if this was remixed fairly recently??? Think I heard someone like 'The Upbeats' drop a remix of this. Anyone confirm please?
Mavivasa
One of my if not my all time fav jungle track!!!! Can someone tell me if this was remixed fairly recently??? Think I heard someone like 'The Upbeats' drop a remix of this. Anyone confirm please?
Dangerous
Yeah Bladerunner did a remix. I can't find a discogs listing for it but I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG67OvsOiOY
Dangerous
Yeah Bladerunner did a remix. I can't find a discogs listing for it but I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG67OvsOiOY
Faebei
£20 for the re-press!
Faebei
£20 for the re-press!
Naktilar
yeah it was going 4 £20 at 1 point . . . . .
Naktilar
yeah it was going 4 £20 at 1 point . . . . .
Haracetys
http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?release_id=1219986&ev=rbreally?
Haracetys
http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?release_id=1219986&ev=rbreally?
Joni_Dep
plenty of good official represses out there
Joni_Dep
plenty of good official represses out there
SiIеnt
the crashing amen brk those shameless whitney Houston vocalsthat reese bassline THEN another sub bass added just in case it wasn't enough : ) top one
SiIеnt
the crashing amen brk those shameless whitney Houston vocalsthat reese bassline THEN another sub bass added just in case it wasn't enough : ) top one
Nilarius
"Black" sure is one of the better tunes on the Formation Colour Series, and probably the most sought after one, the quality and the content of this track leave the other records in the serie miles behind it. Where other tracks build up progressively this track starts of with some nice dark atmospheric sounds, to have the bassline kick in mercyless as the second element. pretty hard drums which seem to be able to describe the "changeover from jungle to drum'n'bass at that time". The element that will probably have most people brocking out, except the bassline that is, is the vocal. after a good two minutes you hear a female voice starts to sing. "and iiiii, and iiiii, and iiiii, and iiiii,.. will always, love you". Straight from the mainstream soundtrack of a mainstream movie you are able to distance yourself from looking at this track as a cheap bootleg, remix, or anything in those lines. This track with those vocals just manage to lift them up to another level and it all seems correct. This is one of the tracks you could mix in any kind of jungle/dnb sets, one of the greatest classics on Formation, that you won't find very easy, unless you go for the Formation Colour album, which at 5 records sells cheaper than the 12" release of "Black". Near perfection.
Nilarius
"Black" sure is one of the better tunes on the Formation Colour Series, and probably the most sought after one, the quality and the content of this track leave the other records in the serie miles behind it. Where other tracks build up progressively this track starts of with some nice dark atmospheric sounds, to have the bassline kick in mercyless as the second element. pretty hard drums which seem to be able to describe the "changeover from jungle to drum'n'bass at that time". The element that will probably have most people brocking out, except the bassline that is, is the vocal. after a good two minutes you hear a female voice starts to sing. "and iiiii, and iiiii, and iiiii, and iiiii,.. will always, love you". Straight from the mainstream soundtrack of a mainstream movie you are able to distance yourself from looking at this track as a cheap bootleg, remix, or anything in those lines. This track with those vocals just manage to lift them up to another level and it all seems correct. This is one of the tracks you could mix in any kind of jungle/dnb sets, one of the greatest classics on Formation, that you won't find very easy, unless you go for the Formation Colour album, which at 5 records sells cheaper than the 12" release of "Black". Near perfection.
SARAND
This has to be the best track from the 'Coloured' Series for me
SARAND
This has to be the best track from the 'Coloured' Series for me