Justice (3) ‎–

Because Music ‎– BEC5772110, Ed Banger Records ‎– BEC5772110
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Genesis
A2 Let There Be Light
B3 D.A.N.C.E.
Conductor [Choir] – Linda RichardsonVocals [Featuring] – Aubrey Allegretti, David Christopher Ragusa, Demitri Mitchell-Palmer, Felix Zadek-Ewing, Francesca Levin, Harriet Syndercombe-Court, Matthiew Cullen O'KeefeWritten-By – J. Chaton*
B4 Newjack
B5 Phantom
B6 Phantom Pt II
C7 Valentine
C8 Tthhee Ppaarrttyy
Vocals [Featuring] – UffieWritten-By – A.C. Hartley*, F. Pianta*
Vocals [Featuring] – DVNOWritten-By – M. Pinson*
D10 Stress
D11 Waters Of Nazareth
D12 One Minute To Midnight

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Issued in a gatefold sleeve. Printed inner sleeves.
Some copies came with fold-out poster.

℗&© 2007 Ed Banger Records under exclusive license to Because Music.

Mastered by Nilesh Patel at The Exchange, London.
Recorded in Paris by Jus†ice.

Track positions are listed sequentially, as they are on the release.

#4 contains a sample of "You Make Me Wanna Wiggle" by Brothers Johnson
#5 contains a sample of "Tenebrae" by Goblin
#10 contains a sample of "Night On A Disco Mountain" by David Shire

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060107721104
  • Rights Society: BEL BIEM / SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout (A side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 A2 NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 B2 NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (C side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 C1 NIL / SD - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (D side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 D1 MPO NIL / SD - THE EXCHANGE

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2564 62986 2 Justice (3) † (Cross)(CD, Album, Bla) Ed Banger Records, Because Music, Warner Music International 2564 62986 2 Europe 2007 Sell This Version
none Justice (3) Sampler(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Num, Promo) Ed Banger Records, Because Music none UK Unknown Sell This Version
WPCR-12645 Justice (3) † (Cross) (CD, Album, Num, Promo) Warner Music Japan, Ed Banger Records WPCR-12645 Japan 2007 Sell This Version
2 298624 Justice (3) † (Cross)(CD, Album, Sil) Because Music, Ed Banger Records 2 298624 Canada 2007 Sell This Version
224892-2 Justice (3) † (Cross)(CD, Album) Vice Records, Ed Banger Records 224892-2 US 2007 Sell This Version


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June 17, 2019

The pressing quality is quite good. But the sound quality is very bad. This goes for the digital versions too, the mixing/mastering process has compressed the music to such a degree that I just can't listen to it for very long. It's exhausting to sit through when the VUs are cranked over to the right and barely move for the duration. Which is a shame, as there are some great songs here.


March 22, 2019

Sounds excellent! Must own record if you are Justice fan.

album perks:
Phantom Pt II


March 15, 2019

Yes, everything here is true)
I think, vinyl sound quality is the best of my collection.
Thank to Justice and sound engineers, who made it real.


December 8, 2018

This is an amazing pressing. Next to no noise, no skips from the PUNISHING bass. Loved it, probably the most dynamic record I own.


April 14, 2018
Good pressing! This vinyl includes an alternate version of the track "D.A.N.C.E." in place of the original mix (I think it's an extended mix). Nice surprise!


August 22, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
I just got a copy through Amazon that sounded terrible; very muddy and clipped. Also, a pebble-sized chunk of wax made its way into one of the jackets, ultimately gouging multiple tracks on side C. With any luck this was a fluke and the replacement will live up to the other reviews here. I'll update when it comes in.

UPDATE: Same issue with the second copy, minus the scratch. I'll have a closer look soon and make sure this is, in fact, the pressing listed above (which I'm a little dubious of considering there was no fold out poster, though that could be referring to the gatefold).


August 18, 2017

Damn good pressing! Had no issues with it whatsoever. Get it while it's cheap!


February 11, 2016
edited over 3 years ago

One of my favourite Justice's album. I was scared about vinyls limitations and I am really surprised of the songs quality. Bass, punch, medium are perfectly retransmitted... Justice's style is on the place ! This is the perfect example to show that electro and vinyls are compatibles.


February 22, 2015
Electro music is always taxing on vinyl's physical dynamic range limitations (lacquer can only be cut "hot" enough before becoming unplayable), but the late Nilz did an amazing job with this one. I'd say it sounds even better than the original digital transfers, enhancing all the punch and glitchy sounds that Justice became known for.


November 26, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

This album really rocks the rockets of their sockets! One of the absolute highlights of electronic dance music ever! It's diverse, entertaining, reigning from cliché disco to underground industrial, but it also is as cohesive as it is a pile of experiments. Nothing can top this. If you don't rate this 5* you're out of tune with the time we're living in.