Chapterhouse ‎– Don't Look Now / Deli

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Dedicated ‎– CHW 2003
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Drum Club Mixes
A1 Don't Look Now (Sitar Trance Mix)
Remix – Drum Club
A2 Don't Look Now (Club Bliss Mix)
Remix – Drum Club
Simon Posford Mix
AA Deli (Crystal Poet Mix)
Remix – Simon Posford

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  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout stamped): CHW 2003 A - 1 - 1 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (AA side runout stamped): CHW 2003 AA - 1 - 1 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Both sides runout etched): TOWNHOUSE

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ian_s

March 12, 2015
Notes from Kris Weston (Ex- The Orb)
"There was a friend of mine called Max. He was poet. Max

Max recorded some of his most personal poems on a DAT tape for his own use and left the country, leaving the tape in Youths (walking misnomer) care, which he locked in a cupboard with a bunch of other DAT masters. Simon Posford (schpongle or dongle or whatever lame ass hippy shit) came along, opened the cupboard, found this DAT tape and just whacked it on a remix he was doing of Chapterhouse without any check of anything. He just assumed he owned it. I dont like Simon Posford I think his music is shit and hes a fucking nob. This ended up costing the bands record company in the region of $50,000 dollars. When Max got back and found this had been done he was furious. further compounding his rage was the credit he had been given on the record ‘the crystal poet’ – max was an ex-punk – and the rather dirty hippy name ‘crystal poet’ didn’t sit too well with him. So he complained to youth about it, whereupon youth informed him that ‘he should be pleased it got used on something’ – i think this is an excellent example of youths attitude to the music business. Steal whatever you like, if your stuff gets used you should just be happy, never mind getting paid for it or whether you wanted to be on that record. My take away from this is that youth is a proper wanker."