I will doubtless pick up further releases on No U-Turn as time goes on, even though it's not really my thing. No U-Turn is really so important for giving drum & bass giant Ed Rush his legendary early releases. (Particularly 'Bludclot Artattack').
I do also rather hanker after a copy of their 'Torque' 3 x LP set, after several years being jealous of my mate Steve's copy. This consistently strong set really cemented the status of the label.
The seller also offered me another few releases and I took a couple off his hands:
I was first made familiar with this track from the DJ Fresh mix from Trouble On Vinyl's 'Here Comes Trouble' CD set, released to coincide with their tenth anniversary. I was slightly horrified a while later when I was (against my will) watching the kids movie, 'Spacecamp' and realised where the sample comes from.
I was a big fan of third Critical release, so was rather glad after a prolonged gap not buying records (emigrating and changing careers will do that to you) when I realised that Critical had become one of the eminent drum & bass labels. This is still fairly early but is more of the same, deep, proggy, rolling drum & bass.