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March 2, 2010

Barcode: 730003112621
Sup code: BBE126CCD

01 BB Boogie Tell Him Again (Bugz In The Attic Remix)
02 Amy Winehouse In My Bed (Bugz In The Attic Dub)
03 Ruben Blades & Willie Colon Plastico (Nautz Vocal Ricanstruction)
04 Bugz In The Attic ft. Wunmi Zombie (Bugz In The Attic Remix)
05 Basement Jaxx Oh My Gosh (Bugz In The Attic Remix)
06 Daz-I-Kue ft. Colonel Red Rokstone (Soon Come)
07 Roisin Murphy Sow Into You (Bugz In The Attic Remix)
08 Bugz In The Attic Expression (Bugz Souled2soul Dub)
09 Bunny Mack Let Me Love You (Bugz Bruk Dub)
10 Bugz In The Attic Flappy Dayz (Nauts 20:20 Edit)
11 Mark de Clive-Lowe Move On Up (Bugz Opaque Remix)
12 SK Radikals Troubled Times ( Bugzintheattic Remix)
13 J.Viewz Smooth Criminal (Bugz In The Attic Vocal Remix)

BBE have teamed up with the West London cult heroes Bugz in the Attic for the first ever full length broken beat releaseon the label.
Sometimes musicians take themselves way too seriously. If they’re not fervently musing about a utopian industry where music is the closest thing to the Aids cure, they’re flogging their master plan to save ignorant consumers from the fatal nature of commercial music.
Hanging out in Orin’s attic studio in Richmond, six assorted musical misfits, joined by their common love of dance music, took on the title Bugz In the Attic thanks to leading beats-king Phil Asher who granted them the title.
To make a long story short, a dead fly happened to be on Phil’s mixing desk in his studio – which later became Orin’s – and a passing comment would eventually become the name of the most distinctive crew in the country.
Soon after Bugz further established themselves by stamping remixes on popular club tracks. “We though we want to be at the forefront of that, doing the more accessible, wider audience stuff,” says Orin. “As well as doing our individual stuff, we thought that when we come together, we can concentrate on doing remixes for the more mainstream artists, but bring it back to our audience level. So we concentrated on that for a long time, and it eventually sort of paid off.”

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