Best jungle/drum'n'bass albums of all times

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  1. Spring Heel Jack: Disappeared (Thirsty Ear, 2000)
  2. Squarepusher: Hard Normal Daddy (Warp, 1997)
  3. Amon Tobin: Bricolage (Ninjatune, 1997)
  4. Demolition Squad: Hit It (Psychotropic)
  5. Goldie: Timeless (Ffrr, 1995)
  6. We: As Is (Asphodel, 1997)
  7. Faultline: Closer Colder (Leaf, 1999)
  8. Andrea Parker: Kiss My Arp (Mo Wax, 1999)
  9. Chocolate Weasel: Waveform (Sour, 1996)
  10. Electric Company: Studio City (Island, 1997)
  11. Roni Size: New Forms (Mercury, 1997)
  12. Boymerang: Balance Of The Force (Regal, 1997)
  13. Third Eye Foundation: Semtex (Linda's Strange Vacation, 1995)
  14. A Guy Called Gerald: Black Street Technology (Juicebox, 1995)
  15. Propellerheads: Decksandrumsandrockandroll (Wall Of Sound, 1998)
  16. Twisted Science: The Sharpest Tool In The Box (Lo, 1998)
  17. Photek: Modus Operandi (Astralwerks, 1997)
  18. Spring Heel Jack: Busy Curious Thirsty (Island, 1997)
  19. Dylan Group: It's All About (Bubble Core, 1997)
  20. Squarepusher: Music Is Rotted One Note (Nothing, 1998)
  21. Witchman: Explorimenting Beats (Deviant, 1997)
  22. Spring Heel Jack: 68 Million Shades (Island, 1996)
  23. 4 Hero: Parallel Universe (Reinforced, 1994)
  24. Meat Beat Manifesto: Actual Sounds And Voices (Nothing, 1998)
  25. Adam F: Colours (F-Jams, 1997)
  26. Source Direct: Exorcise The Demons (Astralwerks, 1999)
  27. Venetian Snares: Doll Doll Doll (2001)
  28. Squarepusher: Budakhan Mindphone (Warp, 1999)
  29. Plug: Drums'n'Bass For Papa (Blue Angel, 1996)
  30. Plaid: Mbuki Mvuki (BDP, 1991)
  31. Klute: Casual Bodies (Certificate, 1998)
  32. Divination: Akasha (Subharmonic, 1996)
  33. DJ Krust: Coded Language (Mercury, 1999)

Jungle (and its close relative "drum'n'bass") is a music of frantic breakbeats. It was invented by Meat Beat Manifesto with Radio Babylon. Jungle fuses the fast tempo of "hardkore" with Jamaican bass lines. Drum breaks that were influential on jungle include Syl Johnson's Different Strokes (1967), the Winstons' Amen Brother (1969), the Rolling Stones' Honky Tonk Woman (1969), Wilson Pickett's Get Me Back On Time (1970), Lyn Collins' Think About It (1971), Rufus Thomas' Do The Funky Penguin (1972).
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