Listen to the intro -- "Trak 1" must either be the source for, or it sampled from the same source-unknown for, that warm-glow-y synth-pad sound at the start of this 2 Bad Mice tune.
What with all the new mixes of old skool that abound, plus all the vintage pirate sets and rave tape packs on YouTube and elsewhere, plus dedicated blogs digging up rare ardkore and jungle tekno, plus the never-ending string of "new old" rave-replicas and jungle-reenactments made by young artists with unerring / unnerving precision as well as older ones succumbing to nostalgia for their glorious youth, as well as labels putting out never-released or barely-ever-released tunes from the ardchives * .... it would be oh so easy to live permanently in this patch of the past.
So tempting to turn Rave Week into Rave Year.... year upon year.... for ever and ever, Amen Break.
Because so much music was made then, there's still so much to discover.... even for a professional rave historian
Here's a few more Ozone tunes I never heard
Like "Trak 1" several of these could have and probably should have gone into the FACT thing on Bleep I did a while ago, as recently reposted.
* Jerome Hill himself combines many, if not all, of this rave-archaelogy / rave reproduction antique roles. Here's him talking about upcoming output from his labels
"My third label is Fat Hop, which pretty much focusses on rough uptempo hip hop and b-boy breaks, and that has four records that I’m drip feeding out there over the next couple of months – namely, a 12” retrospective by rave pioneers The Blapps Posse; a 7” of hardcore influenced b-boy hip hop styles with a twist by myself under the name Itsu Uno and my Kool FM compadre DJ Warlock as Han Do Jin; plus two more 12”s coming soon from Dookie Squad, an early 90′s UK crew that are still consantly on fire – search YouTube for ’6 Feet Under’ if you want a taste.