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We reach another milestone with the highly anticipated, most talked about release of the year, RAMM100.
To celebrate the release, we're offering something rather special to our loyal followers; the chance to own four tracks that have been rinsed in raves for up to half a decade, but have never previously been available to buy.
Sub Focus’ ‘Stomp’ has had more dance floors jumping than most ravers have had hot dinners since Andy C started dropping it over two years ago. Internet message boards have been ablaze since as eager fans digitally waxed lyrical about its crisp beats, booming bass and cheeky vocal sample.
Taken from ‘Nightlife 4’, ‘Machine’ by Culture Shock is a grinding, futuristic slice of electro-driven D&B that’s been top of people’s wishlists since 2008. Even now, three years later, the skills of Culture Shock makes this heavyweight track sound as relevant as it did then and is a very warm welcome addition to Ram’s vinyl catalogue.
The C side is Andy C’s side as ‘Finders Keepers’ finally gets an official release. Anyone who hung around Ram’s label nights at The End or has a copy of ‘Nightlife 3’ stashed somewhere will surely remember this one and its infectious lead riff.
Finally Noisia’s 2007 take on Ram Trilogy’s classic ‘No Reality’ rounds off this EP in fine style. Easily one of the most requested Ram tracks that never made it to release, this will undoubtedly have the forums firing on all cylinders in anticipation.
Quite simply this EP is the Holy Grail of Drum & Bass
A. Stomp - Sub Focus
B. Machine - Culture Shock
C. Finders Keepers - Andy C
D. No Reality (Noisia 2007 Remix) - Ram Trilogy
Release/catalogue number: RAMM100
Release date: Jul 25, 2011