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Chalke - The Resurrection / The Future download mp3 album
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Album:
The Resurrection / The Future
Style:
Breakbeat, Hardcore
Released:
1993
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1157 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1584 mb
WMA vers. size:
1808 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ★
Votes:
900

brent dewstow-newitt is raising funds for Chalke 'The Ressurection/The Future' 25th Anniversary Issue on Kickstarter! A 25 year anniversary repress of the classic Chalke 'The Resurrection/The Future' 12" + various bonus goodies. A 25 year anniversary repress of the classic Chalke 'The Resurrection/The Future' 12" + various bonus goodies. Limited 300. Created by.

Supplied with signed photo of Chalke & LTJ Bukem from 2017. Track 'A' samples the movie 'Evil Dead', and Pink Floyd's song, 'Bike'. Matrix, Runout: VFS 002 A-2 32499. 1(2) FinylTweek 2019.

In stock now for same day shipping. Side 2. 1. "The Future (Original)" (5:26). 2. "The Future (Now)" (6:43). Shop more: UK Hardcore CHALKE Vinyl Fanatiks. 100% Secure Shopping.

Chalke Lom is an enigma. A talented Watford Enigma. Growing up within the London rave scene alongside LTJ Bukem, MCing for Bukem as he was rising up through the ranks and making a name for himself on the circuit. He was also the guy who first pushed LTJ Bukem onto the decks, so we have him to thank for giving Bukem the encouragement to get out there and tear it up all those years ago! But alongside Chalke's MCing forays at the weekends, he was also whizzkid in the studio. The outcome of that long drug-fuelled session was the classic jungle banger that is 'The Resurrection'. 25 years later and we bring to you a repress of this legendary 12" that was released on Chalke's Force Of Nature label back in 1993

Resurrection is the second studio album by American rapper Common Sense, released on October 4, 1994 by Relativity Records. It was entirely produced by No . who also produced most of Common's 1992 debut Can I Borrow A Dollar?. The album received critical acclaim, but not a significant amount of mainstream attention. Originally, it was rated . mics in The Source; however, in 1998, it was selected as one of The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums.

Vintage keys and some kind of electronic wah-wah noise give the soulful "Some Bright Shining Future" a cozy vibe, but it's oddly detached, like it's on infinite repeat in an unmanned listening room with no visible speakers (or exits).

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Tracklist

A The Resurrection
AA1 The Future (Original)
AA2 The Future (Now)

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By – Chalke (Lom)*

Notes

℗ & © 1993 F.O.N

Release Note:
Track 'A' samples the movie 'Evil Dead', and Pink Floyd's song, 'Bike'.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FON 001 Chalke The Resurrection ‎(12", Ltd, TP, W/Lbl) Force Of Nature Records FON 001 UK 1993
VFS002 Chalke The Resurrection / The Future ‎(12", RM) Vinyl Fanatiks VFS002 UK 2019
VFS 002 Chalke The Resurrection/ The Future ‎(12", RM, W/Lbl) Vinyl Fanatiks VFS 002 UK & Ireland 2019
VFS002 Chalke The Resurrection / The Future ‎(12", RM) Vinyl Fanatiks VFS002 UK 2019


  • Wnex
"The Resurrection" only really seemed to be played by LTJ Bukem using it in one of his Best Yaman tapes LTJ Bukem - Hardcore Volume 11"The Future" was also used by Bukem on an earlier Yaman mix DJ LTJ Bukem* - Hardcore Volume 9 From the Reissue project So, in 1992 whilst living in Tottenham, Paul (Chalke) and his best pal Longers came back from a Dreamscape rave fully 'beaned up' on ecstasy being 'proper on one' Chalke got into the studio, while Longers carried on the party vibes by being the 'cocktail maker' for that studio session as it rolled into Saturday daytime and into the following night. The outcome of that long drug-fuelled session would be 'The Resurrection'. A little while later, with Chalke now MCing for Mr. C of The Shamen at his Brain Club residency in Soho, London, Chorks wanted to get a flipside done to 'The Resurrection'. So he called in Longers 'The Vibes Man' and the pair went out to an Outer Limits rave in Milton Keynes for inspiration. On their arrival back in Tottenham, Chalke hit the studio again, with Longers by his side as always and the creativity flowed, the amens rolled and the session bubbled over into two versions of 'The Future' - ('The Future Original / The Future Now'). RIP Gary 'Longers' Church. 1966 - 2002
  • Gaua
Just in case folks haven't seen this on Facebook yet, but a reissue is in the works on Kickstarter. Fully funded already but still taking pre-orders... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/817424348/chalke-the-ressurection-the-future-25th-anniversar?ref=project_facebook
  • Kit
Bukem played an early version of The Future in his Dreamscape V set on 18th December 1992. Forward thinking or what!!
  • Uriel
One of the 10 hardcore and jungle 12"s that most desperately needs a reissue !
  • Hellstaff
brutal;) .
  • sergant
I think I know why you never heard Resurrection out much besides Bukem playing it. It's a pain to mix! Seems super slow with bad eq so it's pretty hard to hear any distinct bass or snares. I tried 10 ways to Sunday to mix this in and could not, while I'm no Bukem I've been at this for a long time. Still one of my all time faves though!
  • Xangeo
Hey sorry for the late reply but thanks! OK so I'm not crazy then? I knew my ears were not deceiving me and that Resurrection seemed very slow bpm wise. I guess the ultimate thing to do when mixing it then is to start out with it. Because I for one hate to get into negative pitch, and at least with this at +8, I can gradually increase the bpm's instead of having to go lower in the middle of a set with the tune I'm mixing in.
  • Malak
It indeed is slow, always is nearly up to +8 when I mix it. Also I know what you mean by "pain to mix". Just pitch it from the drop then go back. It sounds a bit weird but once you tried a few times you get how it should sound ;)
  • Maman
Well hats off to you sir! I can never get it. It's so bizarre, I can usually beat match just about anything but for some reason the Resurrection tune stifles me. Let me ask you this then because I can't tell, at a speed of +3 what kind of bpm are we looking at? It always seems super slow to me. Is it on par with other 93 tunes?
  • Shliffiana
Really? I'm able to mix it pretty solid each time (In terms of beat matching anyway)
  • Bedy
Yep the Resurrection is a special tune indeed... brought to my ears courtesy of one of the Yaman mix tapes by Bukem. Quite shockingly he is the only DJ I heard play this track back then!? The atmosphere and melancholic mood is stunning on this tune, and I absolutely adore the switch into the dark haunting string around the 2.15 mark add to that tight rolling beats and some great samples and excellent composition and the end result is something quite unique and ahead of its year! ...an awesome piece of music.
  • Thetahuginn
'The Resurrection' contains samples from the movie 'The Evil Dead', 1981.
  • Pryl
I agree with Meltdown here. A completely unknown artist (surely someone more famous but with a different moniker, maybe even Bukem himself - certainly sounds like his style in places) that on this vinyl has produced tracks that are before their time. The Resurrection especially sounds more like a track from 1995 than a track from 1993. The Future (apt title indeed) also could be mistaken for a track from 1994. Maybe its different style at the time contributed to the fact that this piece of vinyl was, and is, rarely seen or heard.
  • Direbringer
Wow, I can´t believe that there´s still no comment on this true masterpiece of hardcore/breakbeat bizness. I first heard this track on a Bukem mixtape from about 1993. "The Resurrection" was and is the standout track on the whole mixtape in my opinion. Sure, Bukem always did spin the deepest and dopest shit back then but this track really hits the spot. I love the deep and mysterious mood here and its really nearly unbelievable that this track is from 1993. Its the same like Dj Crystl´s "Meditation" and Bukem´s "Who Knows Vol.1". These both tracks are from 1993 too but they´re all far ahead of its time. The producer "Chalke" is totally unknown to me. It also seems that this record was his only production which is a pitty because who knows what killer tracks he could produce in the years after on. Sheer class! If you find a copy then grab it quickly because it seems to be like rare as hell!! I´m lucky that I´ve found a copy finally after years of searching.