Maurizio ‎– M5

Maurizio ‎– M-5
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM


A Untitled 9:33
B Untitled 5:49

Companies, etc.


  • Mastered ByAM*


This original pressing has no side information (A or B) mentioned in the matrix. There is a repress Maurizio - M5 which has this extra information.

There is no catalog number present on the release. M-5 is the official catalog number from the labels website.

Side A: 33 ⅓ RPM
Side B: 45rpm

Track durations and BPM are not present on the record.
A: 127
B: 127

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): M05 D&M AM ["A" inside an "M" in a circle]
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): MØ5 D&M AM ["A" inside an "M" in a circle]

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
M-5 Maurizio M5(12", Gre) Maurizio M-5 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
M-5 Maurizio M5(12", RP) Maurizio M-5 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
M-5 Maurizio M-5(2xFile, AAC, RE) Maurizio M-5 Germany 2012
M-5 Maurizio M-5(2xFile, MP3, RE, 320) Maurizio M-5 Germany 2012
M-5 Maurizio M-5(2xFile, FLAC, RE) Maurizio M-5 2012


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May 1, 2017
timeless deep down and dirty dubby techno, buy it! .


April 11, 2017
one of my favourites from this impeccable, timeless series. it quite often goes under the radar in comparison to some of the other releases - but I think this is right up there. I just can't put my finger on why. A+


March 30, 2016

This record has aged well! Sounds still fresh and not outdated!


March 12, 2011

All Maurizio records belong in heaven, but M5 is the one dj tool you'll never forget. Mix it with anything and the result will be astronomical. Seriously dope production.


May 15, 2010
gr8 record to set a mood - then swing out of it with " When the funk hits the fan "by King Brit -(Mood to swing dub mix) - its a funking hot mix .


April 25, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
These tracks are all-time classic MONSTERS. You CAN NOT fuck with them. After listening to each track at their proper speeds(A @ 33 / B @ 45), check out the B side on 33. Sounds absolutely amazing!!!


September 15, 2009
edited over 7 years ago

I managed to get myself a copy of this for 3 dollars. I'm really happy that I didnt spend another dime on this because I have to say its by far the most boring, flatline, go nowhere Moritz record I own. At best, this is a dj tool. I'll try to keep it positive by saying that there's a bunch of other outstanding Moritz works in the realm of dubno that are much more worth your investment. The Moritz remix of Tony Allen's "Ole" and also his remix of 2raumwohnung's "Ich Bin Der Regen" are much higher quality works. Even from Maurizio's own M-Series, M-6 or M-7 B side tear this lifeless dud to pieces. I'm trying to be fair and consider that this was made in 1995 when this sound was newer and productions were generally more primitive in nature. Maybe the people that love it so much are seeing it in a more nostalgic context. I'll probably give this away to one of my friends.

Update: I sold this to a friend for 3 dollars


July 31, 2003

One of the best discs in my collection, a seriously deep groove that seems a good 6dB louder than any other pressings.
This monster beat is great for housing up anything else at 126bpm, as it has practically no melodic content (try Eurythmics "LOVE IS A STRANGER"! :)

One side is bright and punchy for 9'30" at 33rpm, the other is deep and spacey for 5'50 at 45rpm.