DJ Peshay* ‎– Psychosis / Represent

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This Side
Psychosis 8:27
That Side
Represent 7:11

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MET 002 DJ Peshay* Psychosis / Represent(12") Metalheadz MET 002 UK 1994 Sell This Version
MET 002 DJ Peshay* Psychosis / Represent(12", TP, W/Lbl) Metalheadz MET 002 UK 1994 Sell This Version
MET002 Peshay Psychosis(File, WAV, Single, RE) Metalheadz MET002 UK 2008

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KingSunny

KingSunny

July 29, 2017
referencing Psychosis / Represent, 12", MET 002
What is the misprint on this release? Is it the crossed-out matrix details?
21zebra

21zebra

May 5, 2017
referencing Psychosis / Represent, 12", MET 002
@Brain_Badonde - I agree unfortunately mine in the same and the A side is crackly as fuck also. Certainly later metalheadz releases I have like Doc Scott - Far Away, Digital - Niagra, Wax Doctor - The Spectrum etc do not suffer from the same issue.
Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

February 25, 2017
referencing Psychosis / Represent, 12", MET 002

Stunning 2 tracker from the highpoint of Peshay's career. Love these early Headz releases, which get played often. 1994 was a glorious year for the sound and this is right up there for me.
Brian_Badonde

Brian_Badonde

May 2, 2016
referencing Psychosis / Represent, 12", MET 002
Is anyone else's A side crackly as f*ck? especially on the into. It's terrible. My copy is pretty much unplayed. No marks whatsoever. Piano mirror black vinyl and zero spindle mark yet sounds like its been played 100 times and passed around at a sodding squat rave. F*cking atrocious
Firefinga

Firefinga

January 10, 2014
referencing Psychosis / Represent, 12", MET 002

Tracks from early 1995, and in so far also very typical for that era, when "artcore" arrived and got media coverage. At the same time tho, ragga jungle still ruled the dancefloors very much. nice drum programming, and some jazzy vibes for quieter moments.