Kassem Mosse ‎– Workshop 08

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Workshop ‎– WORKSHOP 08
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
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Tracklist

A Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled

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Notes

Stamped white label.

Note in Run-Out Groove: "assembled by Mosse / engineered by Mix Mup"

The track on B1 samples Marcel Dettmann - Lattice, from MDR 04 on Marcel Dettmann Records

Track B1 also suitable for playing at 45 RPM.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WORKSHOP 08 Kassem Mosse Workshop 08(12", RP) Workshop WORKSHOP 08 Germany 2014 Sell This Version

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viveknandur

viveknandur

June 25, 2014
edited over 5 years ago

Why is A1 the same thing as B3 on his album but that track is shortened?
Absurdino

Absurdino

March 3, 2014
what's the the fucking hysteria and hipsterism around this record? Dont get me wrong, its not a bad record, but whats w all the hype around this? dont get it..
Fals

Fals

March 3, 2014
top 10 records of 2000s?
harvied

harvied

February 18, 2014

Absolute fucking retards arguing over this record (or any other). There's so much good music out there - don't worry if you don't manage to 'snag' a copy of everything.. Same goes for those who try to impress with their pseudo-intellectual arguments. Just enjoy the music. This is great by the way and not hard to get hard of now or when first came out if you're even slightly on the ball.
BloodyCrz

BloodyCrz

February 12, 2014

It was actually online for five days, and it sold out. Will be back soon.

Best regards,


Am 11.02.2014 um 18:01
zezeppe

zezeppe

February 10, 2014
They made it available online as soon as it was received, and it sold out five days later. If you still see records in the shop that is because they have a backlog of online orders. If a record in the shop says 'Offline' that is because the label requested it not be sold on the website. Keep your conspiracy theories and insults to yourself please.
Tsirex

Tsirex

February 9, 2014
Is anybody else very annoyed by the fact that Hardwax have plenty of copies stocked up in the brick and mortar shop, but none online? What they don't seem to realise is that, on a world scale, the vast majority of house & tekkers fans actually live outside Berlin. Shock horror. A sale is a sale no matter who it comes from, business 101. If Hardwax are aware of this then one can only assume they're withholding copies on purpose so that only "der original krew" can buy a copy, most of whom already have the record and will just flog it for a fortune on Discogs. Dickheads.
oopu

oopu

February 6, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
workshop breaks their repress cherry yee ha all good for all the lovers of music!
norepress

norepress

February 6, 2014
only a fool wouldnt wait for a repress
Hemske

Hemske

February 6, 2014
commiserate the one who bought the record für 120€.