The Three Greatest DnB Albums Ever
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4 Hero - Parallel Universe
Goldie & Rob Playford - Timeless
A Guy Called Gerald - Black Secret Technology

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#2

It'd be really-really hard to pick only three. But yes, these three are really in the top albums for sure.
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#3

I have Timeless - Never came around to actually buy Parallel Universe nor Black Secret Technology. The latter was only available back then as a rather quietly pressed double LP. There was a rerelease a couple years later, I actiually should look for that one on CD.

Talking about Artist DnB Albums I always loved this heavy 5x12 from Krust "Coded Language" from 1999. Such a great album .
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(13th March 2019, 15:30)firefinga Wrote: Talking about Artist DnB Albums I always loved this heavy 5x12 from Krust "Coded Language" from 1999. Such a great album.

absolutely Twothumbs
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#5

I don't disagree.

That said, "Wormhole" by Ed & Op has REALLY changed my life with Techstep at the foundation. 

Jiva - Periods Of Constance for post 2000 atmospheric madness. 

Most artillery albums - stuff of a similar sound throughout - often pales into insignificance, but those two albums still sound like music from the future to us.
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#6

of all time?

Boymerang - Balance of the Force
Roni Size / Reprazent - New Forms  lp & a pile of affiliated remixes, fantastic
Christoph de Babalon - If You're Into It, I'm Out Of It -  for dichotomy. Smile  

** T-Power - The Self Evident Truth of an Intuitive Mind - alternate choice for sure.  


Some dnb albums I bought were more dj tools if purchased on vinyl, as apposed to cd listens, etc, so my attention or appreciation of an album might not have been as focused on a complete, intended collection of tunes per se.
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#7

Not easy but;
4 Hero - Two Pages
Danny Breaks - Vibrations
Omni Trio -  The deepest cut (CD)

Compilation;
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#8

Nebula - Astronomy
J Majik - Slow Motion
Ed Rush & Optical - Wormhole

If I extend the list to top 5, I'd add:
Polska - Skeptic
Sabre - Wandering Journal
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#9

I guess nobody noticed this bit then...

(12th March 2019, 21:54)Statto Wrote: and I will brook no argument

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(13th March 2019, 21:52)Muttley Wrote: Jiva - Periods Of Constance for post 2000 atmospheric madness. 

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#11

I also have Grooverider "Mysteries of Funk" on CD. I bought it back in the day when there was some hype about the album.
Funny thing is, I don't remember the music on it, since I haven't listened to it in ages.
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(14th March 2019, 14:41)firefinga Wrote: I also have Grooverider "Mysteries of Funk" on CD. I bought it back in the day when there was some hype about the album.
Funny thing is, I don't remember the music on it, since I haven't listened to it in ages.
It still sounds very well. Actually I even bought extended 2CD edition 2 or 3 years ago from Discogs.  I should add it to my top 6 then Smile
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#13

(13th March 2019, 22:26)DJ ML Wrote: Compilation;

thats a whole different topic Grin
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#14

Kingstatto
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#15

hey hey Wave
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#16

Hey Statto...hope you're well!
Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creative!" 
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#17

more or less Smile
how about you?
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