Musicology ‎– Musicology

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B12 ‎– B1201
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Metropolis 4:58
A2 Obsessed 4:12
B1 Fear Of Expression 5:19
B2 Telefone 529 4:12

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Notes

Limited pressing of 1000 copies, 300 on clear vinyl and 700 on black.

In 2006, all three Musicology releases on B12 (i.e. catalog numbers 01, 04 and 06) were unofficially repressed. All pressed in black vinyl and with catalog numbers in the run-out groove etched out.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout ((Side A Groove Etching)): B:TWELVE B12 :EXPRESSIONS OF THE FUTURE: B12 :BEWARE OF FUTURE BASS SEVEN: SHE WILL NEVER AGAIN FEEL... ...MUSIQUE CONCRETE... B1201A
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side B Groove Etching)): PURE UNDILUTED TECHNO !! B12 RECORS : A NEW CHAPTER... IN TECHNOLOGY: B12 RECORDS WE DONT CONTROL MINDS... ...WE FREE THEM... ALL TRACKS WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY MIKE MANN + STEVE KOBO 1991 B1201B

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
B1201 Musicology Musicology(12", Ltd, Cle) B12 B1201 UK 1991 Sell This Version
B1201 Musicology Musicology(12", Unofficial) B12 (2) B1201 UK 2006 Sell This Version
B1201 Musicology Musicology(12", Promo) B12 B1201 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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brackenharelle

brackenharelle

May 4, 2019

amazing record, an experience in itself, so timeless, a must have!!!
Bottin1995

Bottin1995

February 25, 2016

Oh how I wish this masterpiece was affordable! 5 star must have!
djwey

djwey

February 8, 2016
absolutely wonderful EP. telefone 529 & obsessed are both beautiful atmospheric trips.
controlremote

controlremote

May 23, 2010
again, yet another classic and crucial 12" goes unreviewed! every single track of this ep is amazing; 'fear of expression', 'telefone 529' and 'obsessed' are all tracks of the 'tribal bass' variety, the records that always stood out in grooverider and colin dale sets in '91, ironically for a classic slice of IDM and detroit, 'obssesed' is one of my favourite ever hardcore records. the mixture of rolling breaks, sci-fi synths and 50 fathom deep bass defines an era and was certainly influential on the soon to emerge early jungle sound. 'metropolis' kind of follows the early detroit blueprint and soars with the purest of detroit strings. doesnt so much remind me that 1991 Britain was a very different time but makes me think it was a different planet! only glad i was there for it....