Review: Three D&B titans collide on the legendary Quarantine: this is heavyweight from the spec alone. With its breezy chords and lilting elements "Going" rolls with a deeper air than you'd expect, but beneath lies a sizzling bassline charged by 50 substations that gets more powerful the bigger the system you play this on. Flip for "Profile", an unabashed hurter with pummelling industrial strength drums that are so hard they'd make Dom and his trusty Roland blush. Premium.
Review: Twenty years old and still powerful enough to power a large hamlet/flatten a small town (delete depending on mood), in 1995 Ed Rush and No U-Turn engineer Nico created a benchmark jungle document. Utilising gangster rap samples (rather than the long-favoured ragga vocals that were common place at the time) and more emphasis on the reese than the dubby subs, "Guncheck" helped jungle and drum & bass write a new chapter that would eventually split into the Urban Takeover-style funky jump up and the harder techy D&B that Ed Rush (and of course Optical) would make their own. History lesson over: this still bangs hard. Reload.