D.J. Funk* ‎– Untitled

Funk Records ‎– D.J. 003
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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Psycho Side
A1 Free -At- Last (Bass Mix)
A2 Run (U.K.)
A3 Fast-N-Crazy (Backwards)
Funk Side
B1 Fuk-U-Later (69 Mix)
B2 Pump It (Chi-A-Mi Mix)
Edited By – Madman Rick
B3 Pump It (Erk-N-Jerk Mix)

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Recorded at Getto Houz' Studio
Distributed By Barney's (312) 521-6300

This version with darker 'FUNK' logo type. This version has the runout etchings mixed up, stating 'Psycho Side' on the 'Funk Side' & 'Funk Side' on the 'Psycho Side'. All tracks play as the label suggests on the correct sides.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Hand-etched): DJ 003 Funk Side Metropolis mastering Chicago M.J.R
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Hand-etched): DJ 003 Phycho Side I M. M. M.J.R

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DJ 003 D.J. Funk* Untitled(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Funk Records DJ 003 US 1997 Sell This Version
DJ 003 D.J. Funk* Untitled(12", Cle) Funk Records DJ 003 US 1997 Sell This Version
D.J. 000 D.J. Funk* Untitled(12") Funk Records D.J. 000 US 1997 Sell This Version
D.J.000 D.J. Funk* Fuk-U-Later (69 Mix)(12") Funk Records D.J.000 US 2001 Sell This Version
DJ 003 D.J. Funk* Untitled(12", W/Lbl) Funk Records DJ 003 US 1997 Sell This Version


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July 9, 2017

If your looking for lower prices, 2001 repress here:


All tracks the same, just A + B side flipped.



June 25, 2015
edited 4 months ago

DJ Funk's usual ghetto slap stick antics are here glued together by some top notch techno production, and IMHO (not that you asked for it) perhaps his greatest collection of tracks on one 12". The wonky 'Free At last' and 'Run (U.K)' (that relentless bass & Lil Louis samples kill everything in its path) are both certified techno classics, hammered by the likes of Jeff Mills et all back in the day, while 'Pump It (Chi-A-Mi Mix)' is a funk-bomb you can't stand still to. The quality control here is high, this being an absolute gem from Funk & a real highlight from the Barney's Distribution Cat...


June 25, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Duplicate listing removed.


June 25, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Correct image now uploaded. Sellers should check their messages stating changes to the release, & ensure their copy is as above: D.J 003.


April 2, 2014
This is not DJ 003. Check the label


December 12, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
This is Chuck Chambers (a.k.a. DJ Funk) in his finest moment. A record that has been an important part of techno history and included in DJ mixes by Jeff Mills, Joey Beltram, Bad Boy Bill, Derrick May, Carl Cox and myself. It is unlikely that one record could wind up in so many commercially released DJ mix albums but somehow DJ Funk captured a moment that has become a part of techno history. Based on a twisted sample of Lil Louis 'The Conversation', this song has packed many dancefloors for years just from the sheer energy of the snare over kick 4/4 action. Not really a 'novelty' track like most of Funk's other works, this one just worked.....


August 15, 2004
edited over 2 years ago

"Run" has to be the best DJ Funk track ever - perhaps on a par with "Work That Body" - the latter being much more reminiscent of Funk's style, and that of Chicago house music. "Run" however, is a huge departure from that sound; deep, pumping, melodic and trippy. These days it's almost overplayed...but not quite. Essential DJ Funk.


July 2, 2002

this is the Original DJ 003 and was released 1994, the ohter are Rereleases and different to the originals. was released 1994.