28 Gun Bad Boy

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28 Gun Bad Boy
28 Gun Bad Boy - A Guy Called Gerald.jpg
Studio album by A Guy Called Gerald
Released 1992
Genre Breakbeat hardcore, oldskool jungle
Label Juice Box
Producer Gerald Simpson
A Guy Called Gerald chronology
28 Gun Bad Boy
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Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

28 Gun Bad Boy is the third album by house music and drum and bass pioneer A Guy Called Gerald, released in 1992. This was one of the first full-length drum and bass artist albums released. The track "28 Gun Bad Boy" is one of the very first examples of drum and bass/oldschool jungle music.


The album was produced at the Machine Room Studio, a recording studio in the city centre of Manchester. Electronic equipment used for the album's production include two Akai S950 samplers, an Akai MPC60 sequencer, Soundtracs Quartz 32-channel in-line mixing desk, Atari tape machine, Lexicon reverb, Lexicon delay, two Yamaha SBX90s, microphones, and an Atari ST running Cubase. "Disneyband" also used the sounds of a Roland JD-800 digital synthesizer.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Mix (Cops/Anything/28 Gun Bad Boy/Sunshine/Like a Drug/Ses Makes You Wise/Free Africa/King of the Jungle)" 17:46
2. "Money Honey" 4:55
3. "Got a Feeling" 4:48
4. "Universe 2000" 5:23
5. "The Track" 5:09
6. "Forever Changing" 5:40
7. "28 Gun Bad Boy" 3:38
8. "The Freak Inside" 5:19
9. "Disneyband" 5:02
10. "Wonderful World" 5:16