A crafty (well, not really) alias of the Shut Up & Dance boys to get around the age old problem of being sued for all the money you own yet still wanting to release records, the Red Light label put out a load of killer jungle from ’94 onwards. It all got a little silly on the later releases with the big warp bass and ragga vocals thing getting a bit overplayed for but there are some serious gems hidden away on these distinctive 12″s.
This is from the label’s first release and got a bit overshadowed by the track it appears directly after that many will know, Coca Cola. The other track, Look Good, isn’t half bad as well, oh how I miss the days where a 12″ would have three top tunes on it!
Music fan, recovering vinyl addict and curator of useless knowledge. When not around these parts I run RollDaBeats (rolldabeats.com) and 12 inch (12in.ch) as well as talking about all sorts of music on my own blog (mrhaste.com).