Merle* ‎– 2000 (And We're Still Here)

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Stripped & Chewed ‎– SCRS009
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, White Label, Stamped
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Tracklist

A1 2000 (And Were Still Here)
A2 You Make Me Laugh
A3 Forever Yours
B1 Mimi Likes 2 Dance
B2 Beautiful

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Official reissue of Merle* - 2000 (And We're Still Here). B1 is an updated version of Fannie Likes 2 Dance included at the artist's request and B2 is previously unreleased. The first 400 copies come in a stamped kraft brown single cutout jacket with a stamped inner sleeve and insert sheet, hand numbered out of 400. Non-numbered copies come in a Stripped & Chewed company jacket with a stamped inner sleeve and insert sheet.

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  • Matrix / Runout: SCRS009A 3 MERLE LOVES MIMI Dietr
  • Matrix / Runout: SCRS0009B 3 MERLE LOVES MIMI Dietr

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headphonesex

headphonesex

June 19, 2015
This hasn't strayed far from my turntable since it arrived... love it!
loafman

loafman

May 27, 2015
Thank you S&C crew!
Asim0v

Asim0v

May 21, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

I much prefer the new vocals on Mimi likes to dance, i always thought that the original sounded like she had a severe case of emphysema, really breathy quite irritating vocals that ruined a great house tune, new ones are brilliant though
Micx

Micx

April 29, 2015
Loving this, the new version also, it's awesome :)
share_power

share_power

April 28, 2015

all this complaining about the vocals... *sigh*
wait till you hear this one outdoors this summer. then you'll get it. xo
LateNightEscapade

LateNightEscapade

April 20, 2015

Disappointed by the new vocals to be very honest. The roughness of Fannie is gone and Mimis voice is too exaggerated. I loved the idea of having new vocals due to Merwyn's life changes (congrats on finding true love!), but the new vocals are essentially too clean for me. Rest of the record is awesome with classic Chicago house tracks you definitely want in your set.

Apart from my bitching, this is a record I recommend getting. All my opinions are based on the snippets, so come back here once I get the full thing for better comments. Thanks for repressing this :)