K. Alexi Shelby* ‎– All For Lee-Sah

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All For Lee-Sah 5:15
My Medusa 5:16
Vertigo 5:29

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retrovert

retrovert

December 15, 2015
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", Gre, MS 8
tbh i don't think there is an actual difference between a standard black copy and 'Dark Green Translucent' copy, i've got 3 copies, all look like standard black on the turntable and all look a bit green when held to light. it's just a thin press letting light thru, not a different issue. much like the supposedly purple copy of french kiss i guess. awesome record all the same tho, obviously
milanminimal

milanminimal

March 6, 2015
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", MS 8
Technorama / TR5

Repress for Vertigo
abra0

abra0

February 8, 2015
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", MS 8
I've had this since it came out but always gone straight for the B-Side, My Medusa and Vertigo. It was a good 10 years after I purchased it that I realised how mind blowing and original All For Lee-Sah was.
pkd

pkd

July 25, 2014
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", MS 8
Lost my copy :( if anyone knows where it is give it back!.... Yeah right!
blizwookie

blizwookie

May 7, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", MS 8
oh yeah this is my kinda shit right here
Kulture180g

Kulture180g

September 7, 2013
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", RE, MS-8
Pressing is nice, sounds very ok, but don't know about the original.
jimidisko

jimidisko

April 25, 2013
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", Gre, MS 8

313 people wants this, strange coinsidence!
fergus222

fergus222

June 20, 2012
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", RE, MS-8
Can anybody comment on the sound quality of this particular press? Is it better than the original transmat ones?
lukus

lukus

August 8, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
referencing All For Lee-Sah, 12", MS 8
In my opinion 'my medusa' really should NOT get overlooked here either.This surely is one of the blueprints of techno as a genre.The constant 606 drum and the incessant squall of the 303 looping round and round did seem a touch repetitive at the time, but it is these basic 'grass roots' elements that techno still adopts to this day.And STILL played by many techno jocks in 2007.