Moodymann ‎– Moodymann

KDJ ‎– KDJ 44
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Hold It Down
Bass [Uncredited] – Bubz FiddlerKeyboards [Uncredited] – Amp Fiddler
A2 Never Quite The Same 0:25
A3 Desire
Lyrics By [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – José James
A4 Restart
Lyrics By [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Bilal
B1 No 4:15
B2 Sunday Hotel 4:12
B3 Come 2 Me
Producer [Uncredited] – AndrésVocals [Uncredited] – Nikki-O
C1 Lyk U Used 2
Producer [Uncredited] – Andrés
C2 Radio 3:30
C3 U Look Lyk Ice Cream N The Summertime
Vocals [Uncredited] – Nikki-O
D1 Girl 1:50
D2 Sloppy Cosmic
Featuring [Uncredited] – Funkadelic

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Records housed in printed sleeves.

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All copies include a 2x12" poster.
Some copies include a one of the previous KDJ 12" or an insert with a tracklist and a promo sheet about the upcoming Andres album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode: 276793083135
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): KDJ-44-A PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): KDJ-44-B PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): KDJ-44-C PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): KDJ-44-D RE2 PCMJR

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KDJ 44 Moodymann Moodymann(CD, Album) KDJ KDJ 44 US 2014 Sell This Version
KDJ 44, KDJ 5 Moodymann Moodymann(2x12", Album + 12", RE) KDJ, KDJ KDJ 44, KDJ 5 US 2014 Sell This Version
KDJ 44, KDJ 23A/23B Moodymann Moodymann(2x12", Album + 12", RE) KDJ, KDJ KDJ 44, KDJ 23A/23B US 2014 Sell This Version
KDJ 44, KDJ 12 Moodymann Moodymann(2x12", Album + 12") KDJ KDJ 44, KDJ 12 US 2014 Sell This Version
KDJ-44 Moodymann Moodymann(27xFile, FLAC) KDJ KDJ-44 US 2014


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May 7, 2018

Overpriced rubbish, bet hipsters will be paying top dollar for this!


May 6, 2017
$80? gonna need a repress fam at some point fam


July 28, 2015
Great record. The call-and-response vocals on the song "No" remind me of Dancer ‎– "The 7 Signs" from 1990.


February 25, 2014
Another £50 Moodymann record that was a little disappointing. The only recent (last 5 years) release which lived up to the quality of his early releases was Det.Riot and that was an easy one to get hold of and was in shops months after release (maybe still is), the last 5 or 6 releases I've ended up paying £50 a few days after release as they disappeared instantly. The early releases (say to about KDJ30) were always in easy supply for months after. I guess this limited release business is just a way of hiding the fact that he's not as good as he used to be.


February 12, 2014

People. Stop creating a new release because you got a bonus record. It's rediculous. I got a bonus as well. But it did not change the actual Mmodymann LP. The album is still the same. All you're doing is creating confusion.


February 5, 2014
Probably no one else will care but anybody else think this should have been released as a 2xCD? An ultrashort version of Freeki Muthafucka is weak!


January 29, 2014
CD came in today from HMV Japan. So glad it was not a digipak! The cd's the same as the MP3 version - a nice companion to the vinyl. I can't believe how fast the vinyl price inflated - what fools we mortals be!. While I have mixed feelings about the cover art -- this is a good long player on both vinyl and cd. KDJ can be proud of this addition to his catalogue.


January 29, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

Top notch new Moodymann LP, constantly wandering back on the turntable, many good tunes, favourite is probably "Radio", closely followed by "Come 2 Me", "Girl" also kicks ass off course. "Lyk U Used 2" is fantastic, very consistent, has just the right vibe to it, luckily not disappointing at all.


January 29, 2014
Just bought the CD version from Juno. Has about twice as many tracks - and based on the review in The Wire appears to be a continuous mix.


January 25, 2014

@kashleet Great point. Its an awesome fucking album, once again from Kenny Dixon Jr, one that can hold its head high amongst his established elite back catalogue. For me, "No" is some low slung, deep arse house music voodoo magic, it's repetitive groove just grinds you into submission.
But the point still has to be made, what an absolute genius move showering most buyers with bonus 12"s……just enhances his already legendary reputation. Nuff said