Joy Orbison ‎– BB

Label:
Doldrums ‎– DLDRMS002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

A BB 6:04
AA Ladywell 6:02

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Notes

No artist name given on release.

Hand-stamped sleeve.

Track durations and BPM are not printed on the release.

BPM:
A: 128
AA: 128

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unplanet

unplanet

January 4, 2015

usher - let it burn
misterpeeprz

misterpeeprz

December 5, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
I am willing to trade items from my collection for this. Hit me up
PenguinBoxer

PenguinBoxer

July 7, 2012
If anyone wants to trade this record for any of his recent stuff with boddika I own get at me!
oopu

oopu

May 9, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

its good, not great, save your money...hype of the Ltd$$$
dj_kee

dj_kee

February 23, 2011

I think Doldrums have a no re-press policy.
MTZ

MTZ

February 16, 2011
any infos if this will be repressed?
preis111

preis111

January 31, 2011
31-01-2011 >> It's a great record ("BB" is so clever). But! I'm still waiting for the re-press 12", not gonna pay £30 for a bit of black plastic round thing... best regards!
restless

restless

January 8, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

...and then you go out to the club, you haven't been in a while, you're like, seen-it-all at the bar with friends, time passes on and the party enters this blurred, let-go zone, everybody's starting to lose it, and then the DJ drops this otherworldly darkroom ruff and deeep house dub thing that gets the party in outerspace, and you find yourself on the middle of the dancefloor screaming and so losing it, a proper MAW/Kerri/Mood II Swing back-in-da-days moment but more futuristic, and then you ask the DJ wtf?? and he replies 'this is my latest secret weapon, it's Joy Orbison, called "Ladywell", and you feel, God i liked the kid already but i didnt realize he could be that ruff and hypnotic and sweaty, especially on a 4/4 tip, and then you go back home, check it out, find out there is an Usher vocal sample in there (the man should feel honoured), listen online to the slightly techy A-side "BB", realize it sounds like a modernized, stripped down cousin of Aril Brikha's "Groove La Chord" or Ron Trent's "Altered States", and then you think this is one of the best house 12inches that you've heard in ages, and go to sleep really happy thinkin 'thank god the beast is still very much alive'...