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Boomkat Product Review:
The De Wulfe independant production company trawl through their archives once again for a follow-up to the now legendary and long-since deleted 1998 LP 'Bite Hard'. That feted album included a wealth of tough funk breaks taken from the Library Music label's catalogue, including tracks that would eventually end up being sampled by Jay-Z (Simon park's 'Hogan's Thing'), High & Mighty (McDonald/rae's 'Nightmover') and Ja Rule. Now, after years of pestering from relentless beat-nuts like Demdike Stare's Sean Canty, Johnny Trunk, and Cherrystone's Godsy, the label have dug out a wider selection of psyche-funk, Afro-rock and electronic prog alongside the usual hard funk gems, providing another barrels worth of bullets for your sampler/turntable. 'Bite Harder' includes a ruck of names that will only known to most hardened beat-diggers but that doesn't matter as the material is totally top notch, including the pounding drama of Alan Parker's folk flute-heavy 'Crater', Simon Haseley's cop-theme styled 'Precinct' or the symphonic strings of Reg Tilsley's 'Warlock' through to synth driven Euro-funk from Pierre Arvay and Roger Jackson's rugged bass riffs. Warm up your MPC, this one is prime!