Marvellous Cain - Return Of The Hitman - Suburban Base Records- SUBBASE30LP - 4 x 12" Boxset
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Marvellous Cain - Return Of The Hitman - Suburban Base Records- SUBBASE30LP - 4 x 12" BoxsetTHE HITMAN aka MARVELLOUS CAIN delivers his most sought after tracks on vinyl!
RETURN OF THE HITMAN collects together 16 of the most exclusive cuts from Marvellous Cain’s extensive back catalogue, all remastered and presented as a collectable vinyl box set package.
This album has been a long time coming, much of that time spent by Marvellous Cain digging through his studio to find original DAT recordings of his most in demand hits, in the process unearthing some exclusive, never before released gems!
This album kicks off with 2 versions of arguably his most notorious track Hitman, a certified jungle classic from 1994! For this compilation, Marvellous Cain has selected the version of Hitman previously only available on his debut Gun Talk LP back in 1995 (released on Suburban Base). He’s also treated us to the very long overdue, unreleased, DJ Stretch Dubplate VIP, originally produced in ’94, but never pressed to vinyl!
On the flip are two cuts from the infamous Lucky Spin imprint... Life Is Rollin & Miss Out. Both tracks were originally available as a very limited white label press, but never got a full release. This has been selling for £90 on reseller sites due to its scarcity.
Record 2 is again packed with rare music, with 3 of the 4 cuts being unreleased to date. The first track Will I See You? has traded hands for an incredible £500 on Discogs, we can see many buying Return Of The Hitman for this track alone!
Our 3rd slice of vinyl see’s Marvellous Cain teaming up for studio collaborations with original jungle don Bizzy B on Everyday Junglist, also with Libra for an unreleased alternative version of Nu Music discovered on the original session DAT from 1996.
The 4th and final slice of wax in this package introduces new remixes of a couple of classic tracks. CB4 has been reworked for 2022 by Marvellous Cain himself. Dubplate Style has a fresh ‘22 lick by D&B’s hardest working DJ Nicky Blackmarket alongside production partner FreezeUK who’s recently released on Ram Records sister label Prog:Ram!
We close out with two dubplate exclusives from 95 & 96 respectively, taken from Marvellous Cain’s personal arsenal of DJ ammunition, and now available for the first time to the record buying public.
A1. Marvellous Cain - Hitman (Gun Talk Album Only Version)
A2. Marvellous Cain - Hitman (DJ Stretch 95' Dubplate)
B1. Marvellous Cain - Life Is Rollin
B2. Marvellous Cain - Miss Out
C1. Marvellous Cain - Will I See You? (95' Unreleased Promo IQ012)
C2. The Runninz Kru - Hi Chaperal (Cain Dubplate Version 1995)
D1. Marvellous Cain - Jump Up (DubPlate Special 1994)
D2. Co-Cain - Homicide (Paul Z Remix 1996)
E1. Marvellous Cain & Bizzy B - Everyday Junglist
E2. Marvellous Cain - Believe It
F1. Libra & Marvellous Cain - Nu Music (Unreleased Alternative Studio Version 1996)
F2. Lion Man aka Marvellous Cain - Wheel Up
G1. Marvellous Cain - CB4 (Still On The Block' Remix 2022)
G2. Marvellous Cain - Dubplate Style (FreezeUK & Nicky Blackmarket Remix)
H1. Marvellous Cain - Respect Down (Cain Unreleased Personal Dubplate 95')
H2. Marvellous Cain - Da Power (VIP Duplate Version 96')