DJ Krust* ‎– Angles / Not Necessarily A Man

Label:
V Recordings ‎– V016
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

Notes

Track A samples:
Dialogue from the film Carlito's Way
Horns from Geoff Love & His Orchestra - The Executioner

Track AA samples:
Vocal from A Tribe Called Quest - Sucka Nigga
Guitar from Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Feel Like Makin' Love

Label incorrectly states 45RPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): V016 A-01-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (AA Side): V016 AA-01-1-

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dedlokdajunglist

dedlokdajunglist

January 7, 2018
There are definately 3 versions of 'Angles' from back in the day. One was released, as listed here. The ORIGINAL mix did not get released, and is similar to the release, but with different 'strings' - and WITHOUT the vocal sample from 'Carlito's Way'. There is also a third mix, with a slightly different intro which has beats - like a DJ MIX. This did not get released either.
j1sproductions

j1sproductions

March 31, 2017
It's all about that 32 bar b-line. Rollin, uplifting sounds.
jussumen

jussumen

March 8, 2016

Both sides run at 33 RPM NOT 45 RPM as stated or is to be expected- Compared with the samples here and what I know from the V-Compilation tin box. Don't play it at 45 RPM or you got Mickey Mouse high pitched vocal samples !!!!
jussumen

jussumen

March 8, 2016

My copy plays fine - an old pressing that is free of surface noises .
C-Turner

C-Turner

October 27, 2014
I have two copies of this excellent DJ Krust V classic.
Both my copies, appear to be very badly pressed. And the needle vibrates in the groove, and it's a miracle if it plays all the way through with it jumping or skipping!
Anyone else have this problem?