Green Velvet ‎– Velvet Tracks

Relief Records ‎– RR 702
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A The Preacher Man 8:25
B1 Off The Hook 7:08
B2 They Came From Outer Space 6:03

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Mastered at Metropolis Mastering, IL
Cajual Music ASCAP
Manufactured & Distributed by Cajual Records

Info side is stuck on A (up side), logo side is stuck on B (down side)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): RR 702 UP SIDE 1 Metropolis Mastering M.J.R. Long Live Green Velvet
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): RR 702 DOWN SIDE 1 OOPS M.M.M.J.R.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RR702 Green Velvet Velvet Tracks(12", Gre) Relief Records RR702 US 1994 Sell This Version
RR 702 Green Velvet Velvet Tracks(12") Relief Records RR 702 US Unknown Sell This Version
MMI 9485 CDM Green Velvet Velvet Tracks(CD, Maxi) Music Man Records MMI 9485 CDM Belgium 1994 Sell This Version


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April 7, 2014
You have not heard "Preacher Man" until you have heard Derrick May working multiple copes of it on "The Mayday Mix". He just takes it to the next level making it a totally different track.

When I picked the original 12" up I originally thought I had the wrong mix in my hands until I was alerted as to what has going on.


September 26, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
Ya, it was released on its own as the original with the acapella on the flip on Musicman in 1998.


September 22, 2012
Can I find the vocal from The preacher man as accapella on a seperate release ? thanks


February 16, 2003
The preacher man, featuring on this album, is one of the greatest releases of his kind from the early 90's.
This track has maintained its quality allover the years, and still is a great tune to use these days.
In Europe, it has mainly been one of the best techno tracks used for the last decade.

August 8, 2001
edited over 19 years ago
Haven't really taken much notice of the other tracks apart from THE PREACHER MAN. Its got a hard, although not fast beat, and has a male speach vocal throughout in an agressive american tone ranting on about a game called "house" in which involved having no morals and shagging anyone you want and having children with whoever you can. Sounds harsh, but it really is fantastic. Its been included on Derrick Mays "Mayday mix", and if its good enough for him, its good enough for anyone. 8/10.