Bug Powder Dust

"Bug Powder Dust" is a song by Bomb the Bass, released as the band's eighth single in 1994 as the first single from the Clear album. Featuring Justin Warfield on vocals, the track is primarily dance music blended with rap and breakbeat.

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Bug Powder Dust - Commercial Versions
... Bug Powder Dust (Radio mix) 420 Bug Powder Dust (Dust Brothers remix) 535 Bug Powder Dust (Bug Powder Drums remix) 538 Bug Powder Dust (Chemical Brothers Mix) 702 Bug Powder Dust (Sound Furnace Edit) (UK Album ...
Bomb The Bass - History - New Direction Is Clear
... Lead track on Clear, and first single, "Bug Powder Dust", was a blatant homage to the life and impact of William Burroughs, specifically his Naked Lunch novel ... it relates to artistic endeavour.") The album launched various singles after "Bug Powder Dust", including "Sandcastles", "1 To 1 Religion", and "Darkheart", but ... However, despite "Bug Powder Dust" failing to scale the upper heights of the mainstream UK singles chart, the track has since proved enduring, featuring on many lists ...

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