K+D* ‎– 1995

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Tracklist

Johnson
Love Hope Change
Swallowed The Moon
Spring
Dope
King Size
Holmes
Don Gil Dub
Stop Sceaming
Morning
White Widow
In Bed With K+D
Ambiente
One Break
Love Talk

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GSTLP2001 K+D* 1995(2xLP, Album, 180) G-Stone Recordings GSTLP2001 Austria 2020 Sell This Version
RLS 00116932 K+D* 1995(14xFile, FLAC, Album) G-Stone Recordings, RecordJet RLS 00116932 2020
GSTLP2001, GSTCD2001 K+D* 1995(Box, Ltd, Num + 2xLP, Album, 180 + CD, Album) G-Stone Recordings, G-Stone Recordings GSTLP2001, GSTCD2001 Austria 2020 Sell This Version
GSTCD2001 K+D* 1995(CD, Album) G-Stone Recordings GSTCD2001 Austria 2020 Sell This Version

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alex-no

alex-no

December 4, 2020
referencing 1995, 2xLP, Album, 180, GSTLP2001
The birds in D1: One Break; Could it be that this is a sample taken from Cirrus Minor (The Pink Floyd, Soundtrack From The Film More)?
robjennings

robjennings

November 29, 2020
edited 5 days ago
referencing 1995, 2xLP, Album, 180, GSTLP2001

Great looking, high quality jacket. Also nice to see good quality sleeves used for a release like this too, too. Sounds awesome too—clean, clear and with pronounced bass, much like the K&D Sessions reissue (which is a real gem itself).
Konnekt

Konnekt

November 21, 2020
referencing 1995, 2xLP, Album, 180, GSTLP2001
Great album obviously, but unfortunately my copy has a pressing error/mark halfway the C1 track 'Morning'. First a few loud pops and then a skip. Does anyone else's copy have this as well?
solarwinds

solarwinds

November 14, 2020
referencing 1995, 2xLP, Album, 180, GSTLP2001

The sleeve artwork has suspicious similarities with: Alan Watts - This Is It (released in 1962!)
https://www.discogs.com/Alan-Watts-This-Is-IT/release/5458236
Ladiedadie

Ladiedadie

November 13, 2020
referencing 1995, 2xLP, Album, 180, GSTLP2001

peterkruder We couldn’t be happier to let you know that after more than 25 years this album finally sees the light of day.

1995 took shape as an album already in the hazy days between 1993 and 1995.
We were two dudes in their early twenties that had no other responsibilities than to get up in the morning (or midday...) and make music 24/7.
In 1994 we just release the G-Stoned E.P and this was doing the rounds, bringing us onto the turntables of music lovers all over the world.

This was a pure and innocent time. Every day a new adventure peeked into our tiny flat via the fax machine or the landline phone while the beats were cooking in our studio - remix this amazing artist - go to that amazing city for the first time - London - New York - L.A - Munich - Berlin - Prambachkirchen - making new, now lifelong friends along the way - tremendously fun times.

Why we did not release that album then you may ask - well we could tell you now, that we knew back then, in 2020 a record like this would be exactly what was needed - and there might be even someone believing that - but no - the answer is rather simple - Time flew by much faster than we could have ever imagined - we were busy remixing everyone and their grandmother and in 1996 we did the DJ Kicks and toured the world two times. 1998 we released the K&D Sessions and have been on a never-ending tour since then more or less…