- Audio CD (1 July 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Big Dada
- ASIN: B00BV0Q6EC
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 68,242 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Top Customer Reviews
I sat rather anxiously as the first few seconds of 'Jungle Souljah' began to play then at 1:10 it launched into full on Oldskool Jungle and suddenly 20 years melted away and we are in pre- DnB territory and it is pure hedonism.
Whilst the sound is very comfortable and oh so familiar equally it sounds fresh and a natural progression, evolution or 'Revolution' as the title suggests without straying too far from a much loved genre.
All the ingredients are there; seemingly chopped and sliced sampled drums, speaker destroying bass lines, sampled breaks, ragga and reggae style vocal stabs with the odd Jazz inspired instrument slice in the mix; in fact the only things missing are either the crackles from it spinning on a white label 12" on the 1210 or static from hearing it on a Pirate radio station broadcasting on a suspect FM channel late at night.
Hopefully this album will appeal both to fans of OldSkool Jungle/DnB and the younger generation who listen to fresh new British artists like Rudimental who themselves make more than a nod in the OldSkool direction in their creations.
In all I give it a full five stars because not only is it a very fulfilling album to listen to from both a nostalgic and a evolutionary perspective but it also shows a certain type of commitment in the fullest sense to a genre of British music long since consigned to history by so many.
A much welcome update to a familiar sound with massive respect to the heritage - Congo Natty and the crew are to be applauded on their creation and it deserves to sell by the bucketload.
This was my soundtrack to the summer of 2013.
The perfect album to listen to when the sun is blazing.
Conga Natty has indeed produced another slice of Jungle nectar.
If you like your Jungle and Drum & Bass then you NEED to won this album - it'll fit just perfectly in your music collection.
The more I listened to it the more I loved it. I don't think there are any bad tracks on this album.
Own it - it's a must!
The part of me that loves the original jungle vibe, gets awakened sharply with the general sound of the album, but its a sound that remains very relevant,with a Reggae/dub /Dance hall feel, its fantastic
Congo Natty the thinking mans junglist.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This album has been a long time coming, dropping 12"bombs of righteousness for years, never selling out, Congo Natty is Jungle! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very happy with purches would happily buy from this seller againPublished 19 months ago by Sam Arrowsmith
WOW! This album should be compulsory!!!
I could never get into Jungle in the 90's, there was too much one riddim shout stuff - heard one you'd heard them all but this! Read more
Have always loved reggae and dance but have never honestly found a decent jungle album, Until Now!!
I absolutely love this album it is everything that jungle should be, with... Read more
I bought this without listening to it on the basis of the consistently good reviews.
Unfortunately it's not Jungle by the definition that we up North understood at the... Read more