DJ ESP Presents Woody McBride ‎– Comedy:Tragedy

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Communique Records ‎– C030
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 1976 (Metallica Morning Mix) 5:57
A2 1976 (Cool It Mix) 6:45
A3 Untitled 0:12
A4 Untitled 0:11
B1 PSOFT (Wookie Loves An Ewok Edit) 5:51
B2 1976 (Radio Rahim's Home) 7:33

Notes

A3 & A4 are locked grooves and are situated after the run-out etching. A3's groove is inflicted by the etching.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etching A): "COMMUNIQUE 030•A. ESP WOODY MCBRIDE. COMEDY:TRAGEDY. (A SIDE:1976-(THE METALLICA MORNING MIX). 1976 (EVERYBODY SAYS COOL IT EDIT) (B SIDE: A WOOKIE LOVES AN EWOK (FUZZ FACE EDIT. 1976 (RADIO RAHIM MIX) THIS RECORD IS DEDICATED TO KEVIN COLE, RON CLARK, FREDDY FRESH, DAMON WILD, HOSCHI, T-1000, THE DJ DANCE SHOP, DBN, NICK NICE, ROD SMITH, UR, JT, ALL THE MINNEAPOLIS KIDZ, DR. BOOM, BIG DADDY BRIAN KLINGENBERG, THE OLD DFP POSSE, THE NEW GANG, JEFF MCDONALD @ WATTS AND 7TH CITY!!! ALL OF YOU HELPED MY START IN THE ART OF TECHNO... THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, I WISH YOU THE BEST IN ALL YOU DO-YOU DO IT SO WELL! "
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shapeshifter

shapeshifter

September 14, 2002

Four pretty nice minimal acid tracks; two are almost identical. Some vocal samples thrown in, very similar to "Basketball Heroes".

I have a promo pressing of this one which was given to me by Woody's buddy DJ Hoschi (Americans may not know him too well - one of the remixes of Woody's "Power Hour" is by him, for example). Mine is a white label with stickers and stamps on the label. (And it's for sale BTW).