House Of Spirits (2) ‎– Holding On

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Beats In Space Records ‎– BIS013
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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A Holding On 8:12
B Keep Holding On (Peaking Lights Dub)
Remix – Peaking Lights
13:00

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Side A: 45 RPM / Recorded at Killion Sound in N. Hollywood, CA. Mixed by Scott Stallone at Found Sound Studios in Philadelphia, PA.
Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM / Dubbed at No Sound In Space by Peaking Lights in Los Angeles, CA.

BPM A: 110
BPM B: 112

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lilla-lobos

lilla-lobos

July 16, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
the tom noble speical remix (promo remix for bis001-020 comp) is not to be released in the foreseeable future according to tim and will remain a soundcloud exclusive
SolPowerSound

SolPowerSound

February 7, 2016
are there problems with the 2nd press? My copy is pressed (slightly) off-center and sounds terrible. Anyone else?
djrayb

djrayb

January 2, 2016
Was this fully original or sampled? Phenomenal nonetheless!
vinylexchange.co.uk

vinylexchange.co.uk

January 23, 2015
This listing for a repress is totally irrelevant. When this was originally released it sold out and due to demand they made some more and believe it or not they are totally identical. It was never limited and was not numbered. There is not one iota of difference between this so called 'repress' and the original run. And anyone saying the sleeve is different because they look different on Discogs doesn't know shit. The sticker came with the first version and it's with the so called 'repress' Discogs isn't the gospel, so do your homework. So any one out there crying they want the first pressing should get a grip because there won't be any bonus cred for obtaining it.
h_e_n_r_i_k

h_e_n_r_i_k

January 22, 2015
Repress is identical to first press - should there really be a separate listing for it?
vinylexchange.co.uk

vinylexchange.co.uk

January 22, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
This listing for a repress is totally irrelevant. When this was originally released it sold out and due to demand they made some more and believe it or not they are totally identical. It was never limited and was not numered. There is not one iota of difference between this so called 'repress' and the original run. And anyone saying the sleeve is different because they look different on Discogs doesn't know shit. The sticker came with the first version and it's with the so called 'repress' Discogs isn't the gospel, so do your homework. So any one out there crying they want the first pressing should get a grip because there won't be any bonus cred for obtaining it.
pickles

pickles

December 10, 2014
Yep represses coming soon dont give douche bags anything
djcrump

djcrump

November 15, 2014
Repress coming soon. Don't give these arse holes your money.
Laundryman

Laundryman

August 14, 2014
Covered by Theo Parrish on his current live tour, a timeless track