Byron C. ‎– How To Operate?

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Obsession Music ‎– OBS 007
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Time To Wake Up 5:13
A2 Hi - Swear 9:02
B1 Isoplace 4:47
B2 Cover - Dub 5:52

Notes

Written and produced by Flakes&Teeves at Galactica Studio
Published by Art Trafic

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FLBC101 Byron C. How To Operate?(4xFile, FLAC, EP, RE, RM) Flabber.Club FLBC101 France 2016
FLBC101 Byron C. How To Operate?(12", EP, RE, RM) Flabber.Club FLBC101 France 2016 Sell This Version
OBS 007 Byron C. How To Operate?(12", Promo) Obsession Music OBS 007 France 1997 Sell This Version

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FlabberClub

FlabberClub

December 5, 2016

Hi folks, finally, Byron C. "How to operate?" is available, check our page : https://flabberclub.bandcamp.com/
Any question ? Please ask.
Paul.
FlabberClub

FlabberClub

February 19, 2016

Hi folks !
Be patient, our songs will be again pressed on vinyls.
This is in preparation for September 2016, we work on.
There will be original songs and new one unpublished.
For more informations, I invite you to follow the group's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/flabberclub
Thank you for your support during all this time.
Paul aka "Flakes" Flabberclub.
FunkHunt

FunkHunt

December 25, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

The best price range ever. From 2 euros to 150. I have to agree with bellow reviews, its a nice ep but extremely overvalued. I once tryed to get this ep over 3 years ago but i had to let it go because it was simply unaffordable. In the meantime i managed to reach one of the producers of the record and a REPRESS IS PLANNED for 2016. So hold your wallet!
shermancrawford

shermancrawford

December 17, 2015
I too, really want to know WHY does everyone want this record???
I had people messaging me weekly wanting to buy it. I finally sold it for $100.
But not without recording it first
Bobskies27

Bobskies27

June 30, 2015

This is an interesting record for sure. I rarely work it into a set but love it none the less. I agree, this is the most requested record in my collection...it's good, but I do t really get why it's requested. I don't sell my vinyl yet, not ready to part with it.
xmix26

xmix26

May 2, 2015
Good question .I also like to know. Please more infos about this record.
KarlHungus

KarlHungus

April 30, 2015
I bought this record in Paris on a visit in 1998. It's a great piece of dubbed out, minimal house that I have used on a few mixes over the years. What I find interesting is that it's the MOST requested record in my discogs collection. At least once a month I get a message from someone wanting to buy it. Anyone know the backstory on this one? Why is it in such high demand?