DJ Demo ‎– Essence E.P.

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Corrosive Recordings ‎– COR 001
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
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1994 Corrosive Recording ©&℗

Thanks to:-
DJ Gain, DJ Tyme, Phil Desire, Highlander, Mick 691, Plastic Surgery Rec, Vibes, Slipmatt, Bonny, Swan-E, Mark One Nation and anyone who remembers what it's all about!!!

The matrices in the run out areas appear twice on each side, once stamped and once engraved.

Track A samples:
Dialogue from film The Company Of Wolves
Rap vocal from Black By Demand - All Rappers Give Up
Pads from Depeche Mode - Blasphemous Rumours

Track AA samples:
Vocal from Frankie Goes To Hollywood - The Power Of Love

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: COR 001 A-1 COR 001 A-1-1-1 FIRST OF MANY !!
  • Matrix / Runout: COR 001 AA-1-1-1 COR 001 AA-1 ♡ JU. U. R. DA. 1. ♡

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Dj_Demo

Dj_Demo

January 27, 2018
I'm just testing the waters we are representing the first few releases again as repress so people like HOLYGUY don't take the absolute piss out of hard working vinyl lovers.

Please watch this space we have just received TEST PRESSING for :
COR001
COR002
CORR001/2 (REMIXES)

These will be presented as a triple package at a very reasonable price and obviously they will be limited in numbers.

I've only one copy left of the original COR001 after giving another one away just a few days ago!!! FOC :))))) follow the Facebook page for more details.

Respect
Dr Demo
Pliskin1976

Pliskin1976

January 20, 2018
This record is outstanding I can kinda understand why it’s so expensive given that it’s old rare and has as much shelf life as any jungle record out there exceptional stuff........
matrixnumber

matrixnumber

November 20, 2015

HUGE BAD BOY!!!!!!!!!!!!
j0ker

j0ker

June 11, 2015
Good choon , but I can think of hundreds more , less rare that I'd rather spend this kind of dosh on ...
djrobovw1

djrobovw1

April 17, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

everyone should know the samples, top quality 80s tune by Frankie goes to Hollywood - the power of love. Initially issued as a single in November 1984, and taken from the album Welcome to the Pleasuredome, "The Power of Love" followed its two predecessors, "Relax" and "Two Tribes", to the top of the UK singles chart. It scored the band an early December number-one. "The Power Of Love" was also a top 10 hit in several European countries, in New Zealand, and in Canada.