Derrick Carter's Sound Patrol* ‎– The Music E.P.

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Organico ‎– ORG 005
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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A1 An Open Secret
A2 Journey With The Ally
Keyboards [Additional Keys] – Chris Nazuka
B1 I'm Sorry (Clairvoyage)
B2 The Eternal Insomnia Of Living
Keyboards [Additional Keys] – Chris Nazuka

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): ORG 005 A¹ Metroplis Mastering M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): ORG 005 B-2 M.M.M.J.R.

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leveand2014

leveand2014

January 13, 2018
How is the original pressing on Organico? Shame about the RP if it really sounds as bad as ppl say
DragosG

DragosG

March 15, 2017
repress repress repress repress repress repress repress repress repress repress
Kay-dee

Kay-dee

October 28, 2016
A reissue would be really great !!
At least 10 words...
guigui612

guigui612

October 26, 2015
I'm sorry is such an amazing track, so sweet and perfect to end a night !
twintub

twintub

November 6, 2013

in my view 'I'm Sorry (Clairvoyage) ' is a house masterpiece , derrick and chris at their very best , it's a real shame these two don't work together anymore
swampy101

swampy101

November 25, 2012
Have to say BenBrown is bang on !! I've been playing this to myself in moments of dispair and sadness for 20 years nearly.Always leaves me feeling emotional yet better. Life affirming HOUSE MUSIC.
BenBrown

BenBrown

November 22, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
Can't say I totally agree with the other comment. 'I'm sorry' is in my opinion one of the greatest peices of electronic soul music ever created. It oozes pain and communicates a loss of love. Last time I played this out, 3 people came and asked what it is. You don't get many records like this.
Lewdie

Lewdie

February 13, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
First record I ever purchased. What a find it was. Found it at a random music store in Delaware and was absolutely shocked. The record doesn't hold up too well compared to other early Carter/Nazuka works of the same time period but successfully demonstrates the style of house coming out at that time.