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VARIOUS - Planet V: Drum & Bass Vol 2 (unmixed tracks) (Front Cover)
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Passport? Check. Space suit? Check. Anti-gravity decks? Check. Welcome back to Planet V. First visited in 1999 with groundbreaking, benchmark-setting force then returned to in 2013 by the captain Bryan Gee himself, we make another voyage. And we've packed enough tunes (60+) to fire us twice around the known universe and have enough to juice to spare. From future-primed versions of classics (Juiceman's loose and slappy remix of "It's A Jazz Thing") to brand new gully creepers (L Side's "Riddim Dancer"), slipper-shuffling soul (Paul SG and Carter's purple-hazed "Jazz Cigerette") jump-up jazz funk ("Forgotten Funk") via all manner of tried and tested V classics, this really is the biggest, most creatively far-flung and comprehensive collection V have ever released. Ready for take off?

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