Commix ‎– Call To Mind

Metalheadz ‎– METHLP09
3 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Double Gatefold

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A How You Gonna Feel
Featuring – Steve SpacekVocals – Steven White*
B Change
Featuring – The Nextmen
C Strictly 6:27
D Emily's Smile 6:48
E Belleview 5:45
F Japanese Electronics 6:03



Due to a pressing plant error the LP had to come out 4 weeks later than the CD / Digital release.
Sides C/D (Belleview/Japanese Electronics) have been mistakenly labelled up as sides E/F (Emily's Smile/Strictly) and vice versa.
A different catalog# to the one on the sleeve and labels is inscribed on the run out groove: METH009LP.
Due to a packaging error some final copies contained two E/F sides and had side A/B missing.

Comes in a double gatefold sleeve with canvas effect.

A: 174 BPM
B: 172 BPM
C: 174 BPM
D: 173 BPM
E: 172 BPM
F: 174 BPM

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
METHCD09 Commix Call To Mind(CD, Album) Metalheadz METHCD09 UK 2007 Sell This Version
METHLP 009 Commix Call To Mind(12xFile, WAV, Album) Metalheadz METHLP 009 UK 2007
METH009LP Commix Call To Mind(3x12", Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Metalheadz METH009LP UK 2007 Sell This Version
METHLP 009 Commix Call To Mind(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Metalheadz METHLP 009 UK 2007
METHLP09 Commix Call To Mind(3x12", Album) Metalheadz METHLP09 UK 2007 Sell This Version


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March 9, 2018

Looking for a cover / disc one in great condition. Message me up so I can complete this superb album


December 30, 2008
edited over 9 years ago
I'm really surprised nobody has even reviewed this album yet. Maybe it's because the CD and digital release came out for what seemed like forever before the vinyl release. Maybe because some may feel slighted, either for losing tracks on the vinyl release or that the pressing plant effed the track labels on two 12s. This is nothing new. My white vinyl repress of Talk to Frank/Electric is the same way. Completely ass backwards of the actual tracks on their respective sides. Somehow though, I don't think Guy or George produced great music for the sole purpose of confusing the lot who buys their vinyl releases.

That being said, don't rate this album or review it on the basis of you getting an imperfect copy. If the music is what is focused on, I guarantee you you won't be disappointed. This album draws in so many numerous influences, but the vinyl version focuses on only 6 of these great tracks. They're all really well-produced tracks with [what I think is] a lot of diversity in their stylings. They're all deep, but fitted for the dancefloor also. For me, I have to say it's all about "Emily's Smile" if we're going with a favorite here. The sine bass in this song gives me this rush every time I hear it. "Strictly" and "How You Gonna Feel" are some serious business too, but again, the album is rounded out by "Emily's Smile." Definitely one of the Cambridge wonders' best songs (that's debatable, I have yet to hear a shotty Commix song). This is, without a doubt, in the top 3 best dnb of the past 5 years, hell we'll even go 8. This album is going to be one that defies time, which is quite appropriate for the Metalheadz camp, innit?