Made In USA / Jill Scott ‎– Ugly Edits Vol. 1

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Ugly Edits ‎– UGE 001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Unofficial Release
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Tracklist

A Made In USA Never Gonna Let U Go (Theo Parrish Re-Edit)
B Jill Scott Slowly Surely (Theo Parrish Re-Edit)

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): UGE 001-A PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): UGE 001-B PCMJR

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mynameissonic

mynameissonic

December 25, 2016

Got a few tasty trades if anyone fancies getting rid of a copy! Hit me uppppp!
mblacket

mblacket

December 5, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
Does anyone want to trade this for some Moodymann / Marcellus / Three Chairs / Boo Williams / Johnick or other Theo?
Message me, if so.
dmp

dmp

October 22, 2014

The track on side A is pretty much the same as "Juicy Sushi" of "On The Nest EP." from 1994 on DJ Harvey's Black Cock Records.
collectiverhythm

collectiverhythm

April 25, 2014

LOVE this record. The Made In USA edit is fabulous - rough, rugged, and raw. The Jill Scott is in my top 5 of Theo's tracks. Very well done. A must!
OCCIDENTAL

OCCIDENTAL

April 19, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The b-side is absolutely brilliant. Stirring and emotionally evocative with loose jazzy riffs and percussion (like most of his deeper tracks). I had a chance to talk with Theo at a Three Chairs gig in Chicago and this was the track I immediately talked about. It's that good. Too bad Jill Scott's people didn't use it. Their loss.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

February 15, 2003
First saw these in Detroit at the Track Mode party, then they disappeared, except for in overpriced bidding wars on e-bay through-out the summer. Another pressing was issued late 2002 dropping the immediate collectability of this record. supposedly the volumes were repressed to get some money to move back to Detroit.
Out of the three ugly edits, this is the least user friendly one. I can't stand the b-side too fast, reminds me of some disco edits from 95 or so.