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Digital (Goldie song)

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Single by Goldie featuring KRS-One
from the album Saturnz Return
Released13 October 1997 (1997-10-13)
Length5:51 (album edit)
  • Goldie
  • KRS-One
  • L. Parker
  • Rob Playford
  • Goldie
  • Rob Playford
Goldie singles chronology
"The Shadow"
"Shadow 100"
KRS-One singles chronology
"Men of Steel"
"Step into a World (Rapture's Delight)"

"Digital" is a song by English musician Goldie featuring American rapper KRS-One, released as the first single from Goldie's 1998 album Saturnz Return.

It reached number 13 on the UK Singles Chart on 1 November 1997 which is his highest-charting single along with "Temper Temper" (featuring Noel Gallagher).[1] The single is influenced by then-emerging speed garage and one of the first attempts to blend drum and bass with rap. It samples "This Cut's Got Flavor" by Latee and "I'm Still #1" by Boogie Down Productions and was itself sampled in "Answers" by Lootpack featuring Quasimoto and "Sound of the Culture" by DJ Munja.[2] "Digital" received mixed reviews from music critics even those favourable of album like Ryan Schreiber from Pitchfork.[3]

Track listing

  1. "Digital" (Armand Van Helden's Speed Garage Mix) – 9:12
  2. "Digital" (DJ Muggs Mix) – 4:29
  3. "Digital" (Boymerang Mix) – 8:36
  4. "Digital" (Original Mix) – 5:54


  • Design – Goldie, Jon Black, Sam Bennett
  • Engineering – Rob Playford
  • Rap – KRS-One
  • Photography – Phil Knott
  • Producing – Goldie, Rob Playford
  • Writing – Goldie, KRS-One, L. Parker, Rob Playford


  1. ^ "Goldie". Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Digital by Goldie feat. KRS-One". Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Goldie: Saturnzreturn". Archived from the original on 20 April 2003. Retrieved 5 May 2018.

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