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Performer: Dead Dred
Genre: Electronic
Album: Dred Bass
Released: 1994
Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle
MP3 version ZIP size: 1284 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1733 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1106 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 252

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Tracklist Hide Credits

This Side
X Dred Bass (Original Mix)
Other Side
Y Dred Bass (Origin Unknown Remix)
Remix – Origin Unknown

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Moving Shadow
  • Copyright (c) – Moving Shadow Record Company
  • Recorded At – B2B Studios
  • Mastered At – The Exchange


  • Co-producer – J.Ball*
  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut By – Simon* (tracks: X), Simon "New Shoos" Davey* (tracks: Y)
  • Written-By, Producer – L.Smith*, W.Smith*


℗ & © 1994

Back cover lists main artist as Dead Dred featuring Asend & Ultravibe.

Track X recorded at B2B Studios.

Track X samples:
Synth melody from Seal - Show Me
Vocal from Dr. Alimantado - Poison Flour
Vocal from Dr. Alimantado - Gimmie Mi Gun
Vocal from Innocence - Remember The Day

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022208 000502 >
  • Label Code: LC 5681
  • Matrix / Runout: SHADOW 50 X₁ SIMON THE EXCHANGE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SHADOW 50 Dead Dred Dred Bass ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Moving Shadow SHADOW 50 UK 1994
SHADOW 50R, UK SHADOW 50R Dead Dred Dred Bass (Remixes) ‎(10") Moving Shadow, Moving Shadow SHADOW 50R, UK SHADOW 50R UK 1994
SHADOW 50R Dead Dred Dred Bass (Remixes) ‎(10", TP, W/Lbl) Moving Shadow SHADOW 50R UK 1994
SHADOW 50 Dead Dred Dred Bass ‎(12", RP, Gen) Moving Shadow SHADOW 50 UK Unknown
SHADOW 50 MC Dead Dred Dred Bass ‎(Cass, Single) Moving Shadow SHADOW 50 MC UK 1994

Absolutely the BIGGEST tune when this first came out. I remember it like it was yesterday and its easy to do that (remember) as there was nothing really like it at the time with that reverse bass line. I live in the States, in the South to be exact and there weren't very many people playing Jungle/DnB in my area and since it was also pre-internet I didn't hear this record until the day it was released. My local store usually got in one copy of a record and so I picked it up for $8.99 (Score!)! This was a time when you bought records based on the label, you didn't have to listen to a Moving Shadow record before you bought it, you just picked it up as you knew it was going to be quality and this release obviously didn't disappoint.

As Shaneski mentioned this tune used to cause all sorts of damage. Remembering hearing Zinc stepping up with the Origin Unkown mix at Desire @ the Roller. That bassline on the original set the pace for others to follow and arguably was responsible for about 50% of UKG which followed a couple of years later. Truly groundbreaking, I hope todays generation can experience the kind of buzz and excitement that this tune created, but I very much doubt it!!! This one tune sums up what it was all about BITD!

absolute tune to this day mate ! - bit of a game changer really - the original mum doing the hoovering upstairs lick ! - i went to desire at roller express in summer 94 and Hype kicked off his set with it .....the place went absolutely fucking bananas ! - respect some gold memories on this - bless

Shaneski75 the original mum doing the hoovering upstairs lick ! Ha ha superb description mate!

Pretty weird how this got released without any problems despite having that long Seal sample for the intro yet Blame had to pull the 3 second short Seal vocals off Music Takes You...

Info from Lee and Warren: Dread Bass was made in 4 hours and obviously we didn't know how big the track was going to be due to the short amount of time it took to start and complete the track. And when the track was finished, the first time we heard it we wasn't pleased at the crowd didn't react too well to this new tune as it was maybe a little different.

The Sphinx of Driz
Timestretched dread business. That slow attack bass and the old akai timestretched samples are gold. This tune was hudge! still is.

Dubstep wobblers of today: EAT YER BLOODY HEARTS OUT !

#1 JUNGLE/DRUM & BASS TUNE EVER!!! well, atleast in my book. i remember when it came out. Danny Breaks played in an old Chicago marble warehouse. 'Original Boom' was the name of the event. when the bassline drops, you can literally see the sine-waves floating across the room!!! tune starts off with an angelic intro of synths, which is the sample from Seal's "Show Me." then with little clock-like tinks of drums. an ominous time-stretched vocal anounces, "WHHHAAAT THE TIIIME YOU HAAAVE FI DREEAD!?!" .....then a gun shot breaks the silence and the expanded, hollow bassline sound drops & drops very hard. during this era, this bassline was new, raw & fresh. one of the first, if not the first tune to use such a stretched bassline like that. sprinkles of a female vocal claiming something like, "the burning light..." during the breakdown. not sure of that sample. MUST HAVE in your collection from the kings of B2B crew.

big tune!