Mayday ‎– Nude Photo '88

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Kool Kat ‎– KOOL T14
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A1 Nude Photo '88 (Ultimate Mix)
Written-By – Mayday, Barnett*
6:18
A2 Nude Photo '88 (Acid Burns Mix)
Written-By – Mayday, Barnett*
5:55
B1 Sinister
Written-By – Mayday
6:11
B2 Wiggin
Written-By – Mayday
5:29

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An unofficial counterfeit exists that differs in the fact that it plays at 33 1/3 RPM.
This pressing released in picture sleeve should have in runouts on b side after 20241 have a letter J where as other release in generic jacket has an H

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  • Barcode: 5 016846 100069

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RASHEPHERD

RASHEPHERD

June 16, 2013
B1 Sinister is the same version as the one titled - Sinister 1st Version on the Pheerce Citi 12" http://www.discogs.com/Mayday-Sinister-Wiggin/release/523586

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Christian72

Christian72

August 8, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

The remixes on this Kool Kat pressing are much better than the original Nude Photo which was released on Transmat. Both mixes are more energetic and the BPM's are slightly higher. True 1988 style acid house!!!

Until the end of last year, this was an ultra rare record; copies were sold for €40 and I once heard that even Derrick May did not have a copy of this anymore. Luckily, the record was re-pressed in October 2004!
NeviimAmos3v8

NeviimAmos3v8

February 6, 2004
Now this brings back memories. 1988, graduation year. I ended up dj'ing almost all of the grad parties. Anyway, I played this e-p often at the grad parties, and of course througout Chicagoland at the sets I played. The cut I most rocked was "Sinister". I just listened to an old tape I had recorded a mix on where I went from our Chicago Jams to a set of Detroit Techno. I went from "Uses Me" to "Illusion" to "the Chase" (by Juan Atkins) to"R-tyme" to "SINISTER". Almost brought a tear to my eyes. Man I miss the atmosphere those tracks were able to create. The new Music is good, but the classics are immortal.

Rich -Knightyme- Chicago