Joy Orbison & Boddika ‎– Froth / Mercy

Label:
SunkLo ‎– SUNKLOWUN
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Froth 6:18
B Mercy 5:09

Credits

  • Mastered ByCGB*

Notes

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 124
B: 125

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): JOY ORBISON - BODDIKA FROTH
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MERCY

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Shaneski75

Shaneski75

February 8, 2014
Buy or die!
iswaswasis

iswaswasis

September 11, 2012
just sold mine for $80 :)
mattdonnelly

mattdonnelly

August 23, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
k sellers, for the love of god look at the sales history for this. The average price it has sold for is €35. The cheapest one being sold currently is €50, which is 42% more expensive than the average sale price and makes it very unlikely that you'll manage to sell you're copy unless your in this for the (very) long run. Don't even get me started on the people selling theirs for €80, I have no idea what they are they thinking. The price others are selling their copies at is not an indication of what you should be selling yours at.
iswaswasis

iswaswasis

August 10, 2012
I've got a once-played copy up for sale/trade. I'll be reasonable, its not about the money. I just want more wax. I will trade this for techno/house hard to find releases or a combination of other records. Hit me up if you are interested.
n0tj0sh33

n0tj0sh33

August 5, 2012
I'll trade my firstborn son for this get at me.
wodkamate

wodkamate

August 2, 2012
usually people write about the music and not about money here!
mattdonnelly

mattdonnelly

July 28, 2012
I'll pay £25 (excluding shipping) for a copy, if any one is interested. Lol @ £60 for a used copy
RandomCircuits

RandomCircuits

July 25, 2012
I will buy a copy of this for £8.00 + £3.50 shipping. Peace.
hughes1304

hughes1304

July 21, 2012
edited about 1 year ago

Great Record.
restless

restless

June 7, 2012

When I will be tired of sublime lush pads crossing sultry female vocal snippets on superbly crafted, slightly bouncy 4/4 beats for a result that sounds like the perfect dancefloor balance between emotion and rockability, well I'll be tired of tracks like "Froth", but I'm afraid that's not gonna happen soon.
And did I mention that "Mercy" sounds like Berghain relocated on Thames in 2015?