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Performer: Bizzy B
Genre: Electronic
Title: Infactuation E.P.
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Jungle
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Bizzy B ‎– Infactuation . referencing Infactuation . 12", EP, TEL 001. Infactuation is a jungle-footwork track 20 years before jungle-footwork was invented. Reply See 2 replies Notify me 1 Helpful.

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BRAINSTORM 05) Bizzy B - Brainstorm . Скрытый текст, Hidden text. jpg) Label: Planet Mu Catalog ZIQ145CD Format: CD, Album, Compilation Country: UK Released: 13 Jul 2009 Genre: Electronic Style: D'n'B, Breakbeat Hardcore, Jungle.

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7 by Bizzy B, released 14 June 2016 1. Narley 2. Badman Amen 3. Down Inna Babylon 4. Big People. For those who don't know, Bizzy B's Brain label was one of the most futuristic in the early days when hardcore was becoming jungle. From 92-94 they released some of the best junglistic'ardcore there was. Classics like Darkness, Weekend, Dubplate Wars, 2 Dope ep, and artists like TDK whose TOG sublabel was a peak of amen choppage).


The Reel Message Is Power
The Summer Tip (Bizzy B. Roll Off)
Feel No Pain


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TEL 001 Bizzy B Infactuation E.P. ‎(12", EP) One Nation Records TEL 001 UK 1993
TEL 001 Bizzy B Infactuation E.P. ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) One Nation Records TEL 001 1993

I have the white label promo that seems to not be listed here?

Infactuation is a jungle-footwork track 20 years before jungle-footwork was invented

i was around the planet mu offices when they were signing all the footwork stuff for the DJ nate album and the bang and worx comp..so we were listening to like 100s of chicago tracks of that time and i made a similar comment.."some of this stuff touches on that brain records vibe from 93"

Sooooo that makes it a Hardcore / Jungle track ..lol


This EP is absolutely wonderful, the second I heard it, I felt that I had to have it as soon as I could get my hands on it. This is Jungle at its rawest form, and arguably at its preeminent condition in the early 90's. Here, the legendary junglist Bizzy B demonstrates how to utilize the Amen in its most dominating form, and how to employ other famous breaks in awing degrees using the now-primitive tech of the late rave age.The title track sounds like the best possible way to show a deep love for jungle with its absolutely classic string synths and pings. At about 2:50 into the track begins a simple yet incredibly moving (at least to me) melody and harmony that seems straight out of a futuristic Riviera theme. "The Reel Message Is Power" takes us into a little bit stranger territory with an ominous sample repeating the title and an MC chanting respect towards the massive, and has some great RnB samples over Bizzy B's signature synths. "The Summer Tip" has a distinct lack of the Amen to great effect, with some distant and very stereophonic string plucks with a sound that creates images of a technological rainforest straight out of the Megaman series. "Feel No Pain" is more of a House/RnB track and almost seems out of place on a Jungle record, but it still has that unique Bizzy B sound with the primary synth throughout the song that finishes off the EP in a slower but completing fashion.This is one of my favorite Bizzy B records, and should go down in the Junglist hall of fame.