Jazz Liberatorz ‎– Clin D'Oeil

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
kifhh120 Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(CD, Album) Kif Recordings kifhh120 France 2007 Sell This Version
PCD-93053 Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(CD, Album) P-Vine Records PCD-93053 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
KIFHH113, KIFHH118, KIFHH120, KIFHH121, KIFHH123, Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(CD, Album + 6x12", Ltd + Box) Kif Recordings KIFHH113, KIFHH118, KIFHH120, KIFHH121, KIFHH123, France 2008 Sell This Version
none Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(CDr, Album, Promo) Music Action Prod. none France 2008 Sell This Version
KIFHH120 Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(2xLP, Album) Kif Recordings KIFHH120 France 2009 Sell This Version
KIFHH113, KIFHH118, KIFHH120, KIFHH121, KIFHH123, Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(Box, Ltd + 6x12", RP) Kif Recordings KIFHH113, KIFHH118, KIFHH120, KIFHH121, KIFHH123, France 2009 Sell This Version
KIFHH120LP Jazz Liberatorz Clin D'Oeil(2xLP, Album, RP) Kif Recordings KIFHH120LP France 2014 Sell This Version
PCD-23077 Jazz Liberatorz Clin D’Oeil(CD, Album, RP) P-Vine Records PCD-23077 Japan 2017 Sell This Version

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jake1108

jake1108

February 15, 2017
referencing Clin D'Oeil, 2xLP, Album, KIFHH120
Please please please someone repress this. Such a great album!
MartindellaCava

MartindellaCava

December 10, 2016
referencing Clin D'Oeil, 2xLP, Album, KIFHH120
;) :) :) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)
SupaSnaps

SupaSnaps

November 15, 2015
referencing Clin D'Oeil, 2xLP, Album, RP, KIFHH120LP
I bought this copy in february 2013, so wonder about the release date of this reissue!!! The pressing has the cat # kifhh 120lp. Anyone else knows something???
djfunk

djfunk

June 10, 2015
referencing Clin D'Oeil, 2xLP, Album, RP, KIFHH120LP

This is the music we are all waiting for, never discover, until we do and fall in love with. Then we start to search for equal beauties and enter into a whole new world.
masoud

masoud

December 2, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Clin D'Oeil, 2xLP, Album, RP, KIFHH120LP
Does anyone knows how to download the tracks as it is written on the cover ?
No instructions within my copy.
Thanks
kaotisme

kaotisme

July 12, 2011
referencing Clin D'Oeil, CD, Album, kifhh120
On my second pressing the logo background as well as the additional shirt with size L is white. This makes it again a little bit harder to distinguish the pressings, as there seems to be inconsistency with the copies on the market.
World_Wide_Wax

World_Wide_Wax

March 4, 2011
referencing Clin D'Oeil, CD, Album + 6x12", Ltd + Box, KIFHH113, KIFHH118, KIFHH120, KIFHH121, KIFHH123,

There're 2 different pressings of this release in existance. The 1st pressing came with CD, 6x12" and T-Shirt in a box. 300 Shirts were sponsored by Carhartt. The shirts in XL size were white and those in L were off grey material. Now that they pressed 500 pieces they needed to print 200 additional shirts, which were printed on B&C shirts. These shirts had a smaller logo as well as off less-quality material.
The second run looks almost the same, but the shirts inside were printed on black shirts and had a different logo on them. The pressings are not easy to differentiate, but possible when you take a look at the Jazz-Liberatorz logo on the upper left corner. The very first pressing has a white background, while the reissue has a pink background. This is the most significant creteria. Though you have to keep in mind that not all of the 2nd pressing are comming with a T-Shirt. When i was in France last year, i had the chance to check the boxes. Only 1 out of 5 had a black shirt inside and was priced higher, so make sure to ask before you purchase. If you're after the music, you'll be skating cheaper when you purchase just the 12"es, which were pressed individually before they were put into the box.
radicalmwc

radicalmwc

September 29, 2008
referencing Clin D'Oeil, CD, Album, kifhh120

Quite frankly there are too few albums like this one to get the image of violent and mostly crappy gangstarapping off the Hip Hop. It's unfortunate Guru, Mos Def, Tableek and other fellas relating to this particular genre get lost in between the mainstream MTV-promoted (c)rap.

It's very hard to point out the very best tracks on the album cos it's equally superb and surely a must-have for all of you appreciating French Hip Hop.

Let's hope this is not the last album of these Hip Hop liberators.