Mayday ‎– Sinister

Pheerce Citi ‎– PC001
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Mispress

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Plays the same both sides despite label reading:

A1: Sinister (1st Mix)
A2: Sinister (Undisputed Mix)
B1: Wiggin (Master Reese Mix)
B2: Freestyle (Bongo Mix)

© 1988 Transmat/Mayday Musik

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PC 001A SUNSHINE N.Y.C.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PC 001B #2 SUNSHINE SUNSHINE - FRANKIE "T"

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PC004 Mayday Sinister(12", Unofficial) Pheerce Citi (2) PC004 UK 2005 Sell This Version
PC001 Mayday Sinister(12", Unofficial) Pheerce Citi (2) PC001 UK 2005 Sell This Version
PC001 Mayday Sinister(12", RE, RM, Pur) Pheerce Citi PC001 UK 2014 Sell This Version
PC-001 Mayday Sinister(12", W/Lbl) Pheerce Citi PC-001 US Unknown Sell This Version
PC001 Mayday Sinister(12", Unofficial, Pur) Pheerce Citi (2) PC001 US Unknown Sell This Version


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June 10, 2014
Below is an interview with Derrick May in September 1997 about the record:


“Aargh! Nightmare! Kevin didn’t know what the f*u@k he was doing back in those days. Pheerce citi was Kevin’s Label. But he didn’t know how to run a record label; he could tie his shoes better than run a record label back then. He is my friend and I love him. But because of Kevin not paying attention, this record has the same songs on both sides. As you can see on the label there were two mixes of Sinister on the other side. Nobody has heard those mixes! They made a mistake and mastered the same two songs on the goddamn thing! So this was a funny 12 – inch. But it was Wiggin’ that turned out to be the big song. I always thought that Sinister was more important, but nobody ever heard it.

Back in those days we were making music in my house or Kevin’s house, on a little eight - track recorder. We would make records in a day. We would arrive in Kevin’s house at 10 o’clock at night, eat euh… truly, truly, this is the truth, Domino’s Pizza at his place. Now Domino’s Pizza comes from Detroit originally. Their headquarters are in Detroit. We grew up on Domino’s; we were the guinea pigs for Domino’s new recipes. So we used to eat Domino’s Pizza and make these f*@king records in the night, do you know what I mean? And this is one of those records.”

Why not package it in a pizza box then?

“Ha ha ha. We didn’t have any money, man! But you know what? I used to have so much desire to put more records out, but never felt comfortable, putting a lot of records out. I was really uncomfortable with this one. When I saw they had messed it up, I had Kevin pull it. So he pulled it and stopped selling it. I think he only sold about 2,000 copies.”


August 19, 2013
B1 Wiggin (Master Reese Mix)
B2 Freestyle (Bongo Mix) thats the name of the tracks on both sides mines the same my bad.


August 18, 2013
I've got the the right label on my copy i can upload (PC001)