Moody* ‎– Ol' Dirty Vinyl

KDJ ‎– KDJ39
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Ol' Dirty Vinyl (U Used To Know) 5:28
A2 We Don't Care
Featuring – Pitch Black City
A3 No Feedback
Featuring – Mick Collins
B1 It's 2 Late 4 U And Me
Bass – Bubs Fiddler*Keyboards – Amp Fiddler
B2 The Hacker 2:03

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Conolia Publishing (ASCAP)

A1 Recorded in Vienna in some hotel near the castle. It took 3 hours to complete.
A2 Recorded in the late 90's.
A3 Recorded live in Detroit at a Dirtbomb's show.
B1 Recorded in London 2009.
B2 Don't remember (long f ckin time ago).

Track A1: 123 / Track A2: 89 / Track A3: 152
Track B1: 125 / Track B2: 130

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label Side A): KDJ39-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label Side B): KDJ39-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): KDJ 39A Trutone NY Carl 11-09
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): KDJ 39B Trutone NY Carl 11-09

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March 30, 2014
If anybody wants to trade this with a copy of moodymann-why do you feel message me


April 27, 2012
It's 2 Late 4 U And Me uses lyrics from Marvin Gaye's - Just To Keep You Satisfied


March 18, 2011

A1 samples Donna Summer - Spring Affair (1976).


July 8, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

In the first track, the chop on the drums is so tight. A lovely 16th note hi-hat pattern too, Moodymann knows what drums need to sound and feel like. I reckon it takes a good Dj to make Moodymann tunes really come alive. Maybe in the same way that a good musician will make a technical but good piece of music come alive. Make no mistake, this is all soul music, he grew up in Detroit and can't stop himself from making excellent music!


June 1, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

Sorry to all you loyalists out there and i know your all gonna disagree with this before i've even finished the review but i do not rate this release at all, It's 2 late 4 u & me is basically a re-dub of long hot sexy nights which was a remix of his first vinyl release under his name, The only difference is a vocal makeover, I mean kdj is stuck in the 90s he needs to adapt his style instead of re-releasing old dubs, It's like he isn't trying no more and indiscretely taken the commercial path to cashing in, And if your a true moodymann lover or even deep house lover you should know this instead of lying to yourself that this release is credible. I have heard quite alot of moodymanns tracks and i really don't understand the hype and demand these days, If your going to be spending that amount of money you may aswell dig deep into the nineties on some of kdjs older releases and also look into the sounds of chez damier, Glenn underground, Harmonie park etc.