Cex ‎– Oops I Did It Again

Tigerbeat6 ‎– MEOW015
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 First For Wounds 4:45
A2 I Said It Knowing Full Well I Had No Intention Of Doing It 3:40
A3 Texas Menstruates 3:34
A4 It's All About Guilt 3:26
A5 Secret Lock Groove #1 (Club Rattle Lock)
A6 Secret Lock Groove #2 (Dun Lick Lock)
A7 Secret Lock Groove #3 (Heavy Noodle-Legs Lock)
A8 Secret Lock Groove #4 (Sweat Train Lock)
B1 Theme Song To Cex
Remix – Electric Company
B2 Love Cop Was Mortally Wounded But The Soul Still Burns
Remix – Team Doyobi
B3 What's My Name (Live, NYC 7/00) 3:43
B4 Secret Lock Groove #5 (Mini Soundboy Lock)
B5 Secret Lock Groove #6 (Call Me Lock)
B6 Secret Lock Groove #7 (Army Noodle-Arms Lock)
B7 Secret Lock Groove #8 (Gibberish Sun-Man Lock)


Tracks A5-A8 & B4-B7 are locked grooves.

1200 copies pressed in the first edition.

A note from Cex: Producers and DJs are totally invited to use the secret lock grooves to make your own Cex-esque beats.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A run out): Meow 015-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B run out): Meow-015-B Crev #17

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MEOW015 Cex Oops I Did It Again(12", TP, W/Lbl, EP) Tigerbeat6 MEOW015 US 2001 Sell This Version



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February 18, 2011

The first side of this EP contains some of the best tracks from the Oops I did it again album. All classic tracks, some of my favorites from him. Not much more to say about those. Side 2 is a bit different though, in that it's only remixes and live tracks. Hands down, B1 is the best track on this side. It may just be coincidence, but whenever Cex and Electric Company release a song/remix each other, brilliance is the product (see B1, and $ Vol. 2 for proof). B2, on the other hand, is not really all that exiting. Not bad, per se, but not that interesting. B3 is just something Cex WOULD do. I saw it was going to be a live track, and thought to myself "Oh, must be something special." Instead, it's this loud, terribly mastered audience recording of a half decent song, with Cex yelling a lot. I found it funny though, so I can't really complain. It just seems so characteristic of Cex to do something like that. As for the locked grooves on each side, I had no idea what to expect. They're a collection of (mostly) fun little beats that I could throw on loop for 10 minutes without a care in the world.
Great release, but for some lack luster tracks on the b-side, I'm going to give this a solid 4/5