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Jungle Go to the breaks Breaks

Welcome to Jungle Breaks – the site that tells you where many of the classic D'n'B/Jungle breakbeats were sampled from. Searching for these breaks on the web, I came to the conclusion that you've got to give the original funky drummers their dues – If you want to use their beats, why not sample them from the songs that they originally appeared on? – This site tells you about those original songs...
On the breaks pages you'll find samples of the breaks to download. For the listens choose "Open this file from its current location". The listens are in 11,025 Hz, 8-bit, mono WAV format. For the downloads choose "Save this file to disk" or right-click the link and choose "Save Target As...". The downloads are mostly in 44,100 Hz, 16-bit, mono WAV format.

Title of track that the break comes from
break aka: Other names that the break is known by.
listen: click_to_listen – One bar of the break at 170 BPM
d/l: click_to_download (size KB) – normally original speed
group/artist: Name
original album: Title/type of single (label & year of original release) – an asterix (*) = available on CD.
also available on: Other places you can find the track.
used on (for example): A Drum'n'Bass track: Artist – Title
notes: Misc. info.

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