Jeff Mills ‎– Our Man From Havana

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Purpose Maker ‎– PM-004
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 The Fly Guy 4:50
A2 Calypso High 5:05
B1 Cubango 4:42
B2 Sugar Is Sweeter 4:53

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Mastered at National Sound Corporation, Detroit.
Produced and mixed for Purpose Maker, Chicago.
℗© Millsart / BMG-Ariola 1997.

Title of Repress is "Our Man In Havana" with different artwork.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): PM 004-A (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): PM 004-B (NSC)

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMD004.5 Jeff Mills Our Man In Havana 0.5(3xFile, WAV) Purpose Maker PMD004.5 US Unknown
PM-004 Jeff Mills Our Man In Havana(12", RP) Purpose Maker PM-004 US 1997 Sell This Version
PMD004 Jeff Mills Our Man In Havana(3xFile, WAV) Purpose Maker PMD004 US Unknown
Pm-004 Jeff Mills Our Man In Havana(12", W/Lbl) Purpose Maker Pm-004 US 1997 Sell This Version

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ershe

ershe

January 29, 2017

When I first heard B2 - Sugar Is Sweeter I immediately bought this vinyl.

Does anyone know the sample for the main melodic part??
zacdavisssss

zacdavisssss

April 1, 2016
just wanna add "Cubango" and "Sugar is Sweeter" seem to be made to blend.
hayleycee

hayleycee

June 9, 2014
Cubango is the one.
kazeloth

kazeloth

July 9, 2013

Cubango is made of sample taken from Gino Soccio's track - Remember from his Face To Face album
http://www.discogs.com/Gino-Soccio-Face-To-Face/master/67536
maroko

maroko

July 14, 2009
I am really not that much of a Purpose Maker man (I adore Axis though), but the track B2, Sugar Is Sweeter, is amazing. No strings attached, dominant kick with an awesome high pitched sound throughout and an underlying, organic melodic sequence. Goes really well with stuff on Code Red. May I say how well it sounds when mixed into CODE RED 06 B2 - the Marco Carola cut.
Cubango has a nice progression, with some bells thrown in the mix. Not to be confused, it has nothing to do with the Jeff Mills tune The Bells. This one is way less memorable, although an effective tool. Actually, all four cuts are DJ friendly, but feel shallow otherwise. Great groove with a tribal punch, and just like the swedish Code Red label (which got all of its ideas from Purpose Maker), the tunes are extremely well built, but it is the utilitarian nature of the release, as well as the rest of the label's catalogue, which makes me reluctant to put this on if not for a set.
rossa

rossa

September 20, 2003
Definitely a classic release. Has that sense of directness that Mills can create : straight into the world of rhythm -no beating around the bush! Really good quality sound . Sugar is Sweeter - very sweet!