DJ Shadow ‎– Endtroducing.....

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Mo Wax ‎– MW059
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
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Standard gatefold sleeve holding one disc in each panel and opening on the outside. Another version also exists DJ Shadow - Endtroducing..... with the opening inside the gatefold and both discs stored in the right panel.

Recorded at The Glue Factory, San Francisco.

"What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4)" which is on the CD version of this album, is omitted from this release.
Some of the track times listed do not match the actual length of the tracks. These include B2, which is actually 7:48, not 9:21, C1.a / C1.b which is 5:29, not 4:02 and D2.a / D2.b, which is 7:28, not 5:08.

BPM (not provided on the record):
A1: - | A2: 82 | A3: 102/107
B1.a: 87 | B1.b: - | B2: 106
C1a: - | C1b: 98 | C2: 106 | C3: 79 | C4: 80
D1: 73/146 | D2a: 78 | D2b: -

All tracks:

Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd.
(P) 1996 Mowax recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London.
(C) 1996 Mowax recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London.

Except:
A2 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Sample of "I Feel A New Shadow" used courtesy of BMG Records. Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./Daisy Loo Music Inc./Ensign Music Corporation. (both c/o BMG Music Publsihing).
A3 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Sample of "Orion" used courtesy of Polygram Records. Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./Creeping Death Music. c/o Polygram Music Publishing.
B1 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Contains sample of "Invisible Limits" by Tangerine Dream. Licensed courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd. Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./EMI Virgin Music Publishing.
B2 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Sample of "Love Suite" used courtesy of Island Records.
Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./Blue Mountain Music c/o Polygram Music Publishing.
C1 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Sample of "Possibly Maybe" used courtesy of One Little Indian.
Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./BMG Music Publishing/Warner Chappell Music/Famous Music Inc.
C4 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Contains sample of "The Madness Subsides" by Pekka Pohjola. Licensed courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd. Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./EMI Virgin Music Publishing.
D2 (P) 1996 Mowax Recordings/A&M Records Ltd. London. Sample of "The Voice Of The Saxophone" used courtesy of Sony Records.
Published by MCA Music Ltd./Mowax Music Ltd./MJQ Music Inc.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 31454 06071 4
  • Barcode (String): 731454060714
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): MW 059 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): MW 059 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etchings): MW 059 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etchings): MW 059 D
  • Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS

Other Versions (5 of 51) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
B0025630-02 DJ Shadow Endtroducing... (20th Anniversary Endtrospective Edition)(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp, RE + CD, Album) Island Records B0025630-02 US 2016 Sell This Version
MW059MC DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....(Cass, Album) Mo Wax MW059MC UK 1996 Sell This Version
CM0329 DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....(CD, Album, Unofficial) 中国黄标 CM0329 China Unknown Sell This Version
540 607-2 DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....(CD, Album, RP) Mo Wax 540 607-2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
UICY-20161 DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....(CD, Album, RE, SHM) Mo Wax, Island Records UICY-20161 Japan 2011 Sell This Version

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slyp98

slyp98

February 1, 2019
new release by back to black vinyl 180g 0600753351611 1996 mo wax recordings matrix 95157E1/L 5335160-A record 1 side 1 ,, anyone have this version
The_Vinyl_Traveller

The_Vinyl_Traveller

December 12, 2018
Just found out that there are 2 different gatefold versions of this record. One has a gimmick cover only on a side of the gatefold. The other is a classic gatefold. Matrixes are slightly different too.
fleecefox

fleecefox

April 6, 2015
Why is "What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4) omitted from the LP versions?
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

August 14, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
According to one of my best friend's wise words, "Endtroducing" was a quintessential release of 1996 - not only for the hi-level brekbeats it brought, but for the incredible melting pot of samples brilliantly used and their ensemble result - thanks to the author's very unique research that included Northern Soul, Rare Grooves & Old School Funk tunes from the sixties and seventies.

The quality of the breakbeats present on this masterpiece suggests an abyssal disparity between the musical backgrounds of the contemporary and the old school artists ("Endtroducing" suggests something like the 'introduction of something from the past', already ended - like something brought from the old times, though through a nowadays bold perspective.

It can be easily figured out on the comparison between the old breakbeats formed by instrumental kicks, snares and hi-hats, created by those Funk bands with the more recent drum machine sequences used since the eighties with the purpose of simulating the original ones. It's not difficult to realize the higher complexity and the artistic level of the older ones.

"Endtroducing" is a sort of a testament of these ancient habilities those rare grooves & Soul-Funk bands had whose fragments were re-constructed magnificently by the multi-talented DJ Shadow.

While the contemporary tecnologies seems to offer an unimaginable amount of possibilities, we realize more than ever the importance of the very essential aspect of our environment: the musical culture.