Darrien Kelly & Scott Brown ‎– Koppensneller E.P.

Label:
Terror Traxx ‎– TT17
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Blue Marbled
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A1 Geleihoofd
Producer, Written-By – D. Kelly*, S. Brown*
4:45
A2 Meer Kaas
Producer, Written-By – D. Kelly*
5:36
B1 Totaal Verwarring
Producer, Written-By – D. Kelly*, S. Brown*
5:16
B2 Vijandelijk
Producer, Written-By – S. Brown*
4:16

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Notes

Original pressing on blue marbled vinyl

Repressed in 2002 and 2006. The first repress comes in a green terror traxx sleeve with instead of coloured labels, black and white labels. The second repress comes in the original coloured sleeve and the labels are black and white, but instead of the number 17 on the A side, there is printed the Terror Traxx logo.

Distribution: Midtown Distribution.

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  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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2Styliztik

2Styliztik

January 31, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Regarding Geleihoofd, Scott mentioned that Darrien Kelly was intrigued with "Jelly Heads" in the Glasgow/Scottish Rave Scene. Jellies was Temazepam, a prescription drug used by Scottish ravers to smooth the come down of Ecstacy and Speed.
dj213909

dj213909

April 29, 2012
I like this very much but hard to listen to because it needs more strange bass!!!! It has good but very old here that we all known
Rekel

Rekel

February 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
It's funny to see that non-dutch hardcore producers use dutch titles here. Translation of the titles:
A1: Jellyhead
A2: More Cheese
B1: Total Confusion
B2: Hostile
The main title means Headhunter.