DJ Vadim ‎– U.S.S.R. Repertoire (The Theory Of Verticality)

Ninja Tune ‎– ZEN 25
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

Companies, etc.



Gatefold cover.
Track A8 not listed in track layout.
The C5 track is actually 'The Breaks {with Mark B}'.
'Knowledge vs. Wisdom (A Difference In Wordplay?)' is C6
Tags on vinyl:
A: Who is the next shit ?
B: What is the next shit ?
C: When is the next shit ?
D: Why is it the next shit ? Jazz Fudge

12" vinyl disc analogue audio

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  • Barcode (Text): 5021392120188
  • Barcode (String): 5 021392 120188



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April 7, 2002

`Peace to my man DJ Vadim the dream on the dex....yeah..hahah freestyle in the meanwhile...owwwwww` A Nightmare on Valium !! Possibly the slowest record in the world ! DJ Vadim explores the space between the sounds and though creates a post-hiphop-dynamic that could drive you mad (using the wrong drugs J). He samples from stereo test records, speaking popes, answering machines and obscure motown-lovesongs. DJ Vadim is a russian in the exil and released this record on Ninja Tune, the label of Jonathan More and Matt Black. On a dj-gig in Cologne in 1996 he riscs to show his skills playing records from Curtis Mayfield to De la soul on a techno/house-party !!! Wicked dj handling with mass appeal ( I do not often witness such a thing.) It is always beautful when avantgardistic theorie, musique concrète and streetwise b-boy culture end up in such a fabulous InstrumentalHipHop-Album. (Did anybody say "Trip-Hop ???)
Check dis out !! Vinyl is a must !!!