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Drum'N'Bass For Papa
Drum n Bass, Experimental
29 Jul 1996
Blue Angel Records
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4Subtle (In Your Face)8:15
6I Freak Techniques7:29
7Me & Mr Jones7:08
8Maker Of All8:10
9Drum N Bass Bass For Papa7:20
10The Life Of The Mind8:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
INTD2-90148Plug Drum 'n' Bass For Papa + Plug EP's 1, 2 & 3 ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp)Nothing Records, Interscope RecordsINTD2-90148US1997
SRCS 8316Plug Drum 'n' Bass For Papa ‎(CD)Blue Planet RecordingsSRCS 8316Japan1997
ANGEL 1 LPPlug Drum 'n' Bass For Papa ‎(2xLP, Promo, W/Lbl)Blue Angel RecordsANGEL 1 LPUK1996
ANGEL 1 LP, ANGEL 1LPPlug Drum 'n' Bass For Papa ‎(2xLP, Album)Blue Angel Records, Blue Angel RecordsANGEL 1 LP, ANGEL 1LPUK1996
PLAN 1 CDPlug Drum 'n' Bass For Papa ‎(CD, Album)Blue Planet RecordingsPLAN 1 CDUK1997


  • Cover [Cover Design]Ovalhead
  • Other [Photo Model] – Frank Vibert
  • Written-By [Suggested, Realized & Treated]Luke Vibert


Issued in a standard clear tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet with photos and credits.

[Back & booklet:]
©+P blue planet recordings.ltd

[Sticker on back:]
Distributed by 3MV/SONY

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  • Barcode (String): 5024900003454
  • Matrix / Runout: 82303 ANGELCD1 :2:2:


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Blue Planet Recordings Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Blue Planet Recordings Ltd.
  • Distributed By – 3MV
  • Distributed By – Sony
  • Published By – Copyright Control



Drum n Bass album from July 1997 by Luke Vibert, under his alias Plug. Tracklist: Me & Mr Jones 0:00 Drum 'n' Bass for Papa 7:08 Cut 14:28 Feelings 21:46 I Freak Techniques 31:02 The Life of the Mind 38:32 Subtle In Your Face 46:43 Delicious 54:58 DBC 1:02:41 Maker of All 'n' Bass for Papa is a studio album by Luke Vibert, released under the alias Plug. It was originally released by Blue Planet Recordings in 1996, and in 1997 on Trent Reznor's Nothing Records with the bonus addition of Vibert's previous three Plug EPs. NME listed it as the 33rd best album of 1996. Writing for Chicago Reader, Peter Margasak listed it as the 9th best album of 1996. Originally released by Blue Planet Recordings in 1996, the album has gone through several different releases. Drum'n'bass for Papa is one of the great elder albums of drum'n'bass. Plug, aka Luke Vibert, twists so many strange, tweaked out sounds into his cosmic stew that the album takes on a life of its own from the word go. The chief difference in this import version over the Nothing-released domestic version is that the import includes the monumental The Life of the Mind. The song wasn't included on the domestic version due to problems with sample clearance. Drum 'N' Bass for Papa 1996. Album by Plug. Me & Mr. Up Against the Wall by Quincy Jones 1969. Screams and Groans by Laura Olsher 1964. Kitty With the Bent Frame by Quincy Jones 1971. see 3 more connections. The Martian Monster by Laura Olsher 1964. Drum 'N' Bass for Papa. Sing Sing by Gaz 1978. Pot Party by Bob Summers and Mike Curb feat. Burt Topper 1967. Amen, Brother by The Winstons 1969. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Plug - Drum 'N' Bass For Papa 1996. Plug - Me & Mr Jones. Plug - . Plug - Drum 'N' Bass For Papa. Drum 'N' Bass For Papa is ranked 37,969th in the overall chart, 6,680th in the 1990s, and 751st in the year 1996. This album is rated in the top 8 of all albums on . Drum 'N' Bass For Papa by Plug Year: 1996 Overall rank: 37,969th. Average Rating: 76100 from 5 votes. Genre: Drum and Bass. Drum 'n' bass for Papa. Critic Score. User Score. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей album. Skip to YouTube video. Replace video. There are at least four artists called PLUG: Luke Francis Vibert from the UK a blues rock band from the Philippines Cristian Cárdenas, an electronic musician from Mexico and a post-punk duo from the UK. 1 Plug is Luke Francis Vibert. Also known as Wagon Christ, Butler Kiev, Ace Of Clubs, amen andrews, Spac Hand Luke and Kerrier District. 1 x CD Album, 1 x CD Compilation US 1997. Drum 'n' Bass For Papa 1-01 - Me & Mr Jones 7:07 1-02 - Drum 'n' Bass For Papa 7:20 1-03 - Cut '97 Remix 8:02 1-04 - Feelings 9:15 1-05 - I Freak Techniques 7:29 1-06 - Delicious 7:42 1-07 - DBC 8:56 1-08 - Maker Of All 8:09 1-09 - A Subtle. I thought I'd get on here and profess my love for the early Plug material. I am a huge devotee of Luke Vibert, and I think he's due for a lifetime achievement award soon. This is definitely one of his must-have collections

  • Winawel
It is the hardest shit I have ever heard. Of all time. Hold me to it. It ought to be a crime not to have heard this.
  • Welahza
Even for fans of drum & bass, listening to an amen break play for 60 minutes can be tiring. Drum & Bass for Papa is the perfect record for anyone who suffers from ear fatigue.

Those delicious deep bass hits, fat slabs of rhodes piano, playful film samples, an array of varied beats, and yes… the inevitable amen break — when it finally arrives in earnest, it always feels deserved. This subtle blend is what keeps the record fresh and diverse throughout. There's not much music out there that sounds similar to Plug, which makes me wonder if the d&b style as a whole took a wrong turn somewhere around 1996.

Highlights are "Cut", which has a great buildup of intensity and a well placed Major Harris sample; "Feelings", an absolute banger that mutates a hunk of Ohio Players ballad cheese into an unhinged breakbeat freakout; and the final track, which slowly layers up intense Amen slicing & dicing then pulls it through a black hole. "Bring that beat back!" What better way to end?

The US Nothing/Interscope release of this album includes some Plug EPs on a bonus disc, which is nice. But make sure you track down "The Life of the Mind" from the UK edition for the complete experience.
  • Vivaral
This was probably the first drill and bass album (it heavily influenced Aphex, Mike P and Co at the time) and contains so much melodic playfulness with a hint of moodiness - it's untrue. Perfect ingredients that I still taste from time to time and it never gets stale even twenty years later! Vibert never bettered this IMHO.
  • Hadadel
It's now 2014 and this album is still awesome. Maybe it will get tired after another thousand listenings, but I doubt it.
  • Hunaya
This album is ridiculously good, arguably the best work of Luke Vibert. There is so much going on, from cartoony atmosphere through LA noir mood to rave-nostalgic, melancholic melodies all pushing the right buttons. It sounds coherent, yet is very varied. This is drum and bass at its best; amen-heavy, sophisticated, playful, melodic. Just the fact that none of the songs is shorter than 7 minutes yet keeps you hooked until the last second tells about the quality of the album. The twenty second part of "Feelings" starting 4:57 is pretty much the best drum sequence ever, so many drum layers its unbelievable. Get it. Now.

~ "A Subtle Blend" is my favourite song of all time. Ever.