Reverse Cowgirl EP

Zen

A 4 track jungle/drum 'n' bass ep (25m 44s) — released December 3rd 2007 on Zombie Recordings
Zen touches down on Zombie with a first for him - his first ever EP and he definitely does not disappoint. A producer known for quality over quantity you know you've got a selection of proper smashers as Zen takes the plunge with his first double pack. Three original cuts direct from his lab and a killer remix courtesy of one of the scenes brightest talents. The title track 'Reverse Cowgirl' has been getting plays across the board with Nicky Blackmarket in particular championing this every set for the past few months. A pulsating sub grabs the attention on the breakdown and then rolls into a question-response bline with enough force to move any floor, but with added Zen funk! The Robocop sampling 'Airwolf' is a far more sinister affair, and one which will definitely test out the bottom end of any system! Ganja Recordings Crystal Clear steps up once again to remix for the man like Zen with his take on the recent 'You Better Run', and once again, just like his relick of 'Kebab Knife' back in 2005, he doesn't disappoint - absolutely huge mix. 'Think Twice' rounds of this collection of dancefloor bullets in rolling style, a track which slides perfectly into any mix, but which keeps that big, grimey sound Zen is renound for.
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