Knights Of The Turntables ‎– Techno Scratch

JDC Records ‎– JDC0034
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Techno Scratch
Written-By – Lamont*, Harvey*, Burton*, Callon*
A2 Short Stuff
Written-By – Lamont*, Harvey*, Burton*, Callon*
B Techno Beats
Written-By – Lamont*, Harvey*, Burton*

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Produced by Jim Callon for Proud Sons Of The Funkadelic Productions
Callon-Love Music BMI

First pressings have a hollow JDC logo on the label with a burgundy cover with sticker plus a JDC logo near the bottom of the cover.
The 2nd batch has White Covers with stickers only. Much later releases have black coloured JDC logo on the label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, hand etched): JDC 0034 - A L - 17605
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, hand etched): JDC 0034 - B L - 17605 - X
  • Rights Society: BMI


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September 4, 2018
Lotta good gear in the picture on the sticker - scope that Drumulator. :^)


October 14, 2016
edited over 4 years ago
2nd batch, 1984, issued in a thick plain white sleeve with picture sticker. If your buying from this release page, make double sure your copy has a HOLLOW JDC logo on BOTH sides of the matt grey label. If one or both labels has a solid black JDC logo, it is most likely a third or later repress. The vinyl is identical to the 1st batch, which came in a burgundy sleeve. No doubt after the 1st press, demand was huge, but the budget wasn't there for the sleeves, so plain stickered sleeves were substituted...

Perhaps THE BEST bassline ever to appear on an electro record, even though it only appears for short bursts throughout the sparse but amazing arrangement. This was purists futurist electro, still sounds analog fresh today & is a bonafide electro B-Boy CLASSIC.



January 26, 2016
Just dug out my copy of Techno Scratch
I noticed that one side of the vinyl is the grey first pressing label with the hollow JDC logo....while the otherside
is the later silver label with solid JDC logo...anyone else seen a copy like this ?


February 15, 2010

I'm like the guy below, I missed out on this too back out in the day.Picked it up few years ago in 2008 and play it every week . A MUST HAVE. Dope scratching on the old school samples.FRESH 5 STARS


June 27, 2007
edited over 13 years ago

Red hot 808 workout with cowbells aplenty, wicked b-line (along the lines of Chip-E's Time to Jack in its simplicity), Woody Woodpecker samples, great keyboard riffs and space fx. Old skool Electro at its best. Well worth tracking down if, like me, you missed out back in the day.