Originally released in ‘93 and re-released 3 years later, Andy C and Ant Miles called themselves Origin Unknown to put out this game-changing track, which seems like a fitting alias considering they were producing jungle before terms like drum & bass were ever even dreamed up by muso journalists. Valley of the Shadows is nothing but a landmark track in the history of jungle and drum & bass.
After everything Moving Fusion contributed to the scene with the goliath that is ‘Turbulence’ this EP was a momentous occasion for many Ram fans. The raw edge of tracks such as ‘The Beginning’ paved the way for heavier bass and and darker soundscapes.
Coming soon after their stunning Molten Beats album, this EP from Andy C, Shimon and Ant Miles as the one and only Ram Trilogy provided the complex rolling delights of Incarnate, Reflection and Incoming, plus the intense Titan.
One of the most recognisable rollers of all time and the start of big things for drum & bass, climbing to 28 in the official UK charts, with many signalling this as a positive turning point for D&B in the early 2000s.
As one of the most widely admired producers around for his solo efforts as well as a part of Bad Company, Fresh knows how to write a tune destined to become a classic. Signal’s cinematic pads and tough drops make this track one of the all time greats.
Xample and Lomax fused to become the production powerhouse that is Loadstar, and in the process providing Ram with one of its strongest new signings. Link To The Past is a shuddering, dancefloor-destined track that draws many comparisons but no equals.
Chase & Status without a doubt changed the mainstream perception of drum & bass forever, and their dramatic and soulful collaboration with Liam Bailey smashed the Radio 1 A-List, climbing to 5th place in the UK Single Chart.