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#1 Ornette

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Posted 11 February 2011 - 06:52 PM

Rude Boy - Jungles't
http://www.rolldabea..._records/bio01/


Hardcore will never die

Bad boy!

Dem a bad boy dem can never die
Dem a rude boy, hear Sellasie
Dem a bad boy dem can never die
Him a rude boy, hear Sellasie

Paul Bogle start the uprising
Malcolm X, Martin Luther King
X amount of freedom right ting
We people, start listening

Hardcore will never die

Bad boy!

Bob Marley, a living rasta
Marcus Garvey what a hardcore soldier
Dem a preach unity & power
Give the youths a better future and-
Any method we inferior
Better realise, that we superior
Everyman dem must live favour
We must take back the life of our fore father

Bad boy!

Hardcore will never die

Dem a bad boy dem-
Dem a bad boy dem-
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Posted 17 February 2011 - 01:01 PM

Where is the original vocal from dya know? Theres at least other jungle/hardcore two tunes that sample it:  Pure white - Life Goes On - White Label (LuckySpin) - 1993
& The Bombsquad - Freebase - Rugged Vinyl - 1993.

#3 Ornette

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 01:13 PM

 droid, on 17 February 2011 - 01:01 PM, said:

Where is the original vocal from dya know? Theres at least other jungle/hardcore two tunes that sample it:  Pure white - Life Goes On - White Label (LuckySpin) - 1993
& The Bombsquad - Freebase - Rugged Vinyl - 1993.

Are you sure? I'm assuming its one of the Biology crew & the same guy features on another release of theirs http://www.rolldabea..._records/bio001

The first two vocal lines are samples however
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Posted 17 February 2011 - 02:44 PM

Yep, both those tunes use truncated versions of these lines:

Dem a bad boy dem can never die
Dem a rude boy, hear Sellasie

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Posted 24 February 2011 - 11:17 AM

Starts at 2:45:



#6 Ornette

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 06:07 PM

Right here's the deal -

I got a feeling the lyrics may well have been 'inspired' by a Madd Cobra record of the time but the vocals here are defo biology crew's own.

The first two lines im talking about are "hardcore will never die" (from the Q Bass record i'm assuming?) and the "Bad Boy!" snippet (this indeed Madd Cobra)
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Posted 27 September 2012 - 06:41 PM

I think I've figured out the vocalist on this. Its Baby Wayne



Baby Wayne is credited on the track "Hit After Hit" featured on the Desert Storm LP. The vocals there are definitely recorded for that Desert Storm track, unlike the Michael Rose vocals which are sampled, and the tunes there are recognised as Carl De Junglist productions

(thanks rolldabeats!)

Whoever it is, its the same vocalist featured on BIO001 track AA1 and (i think) BIO785 track AA1

You know your deejays, what do you think? :D
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