Muslimgauze ‎– Mullah Said

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Staalplaat ‎– archive forty eight
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Limited edition of 500 copies. Originally released in 1998 as Muslimlim018.

Recorded at the Abraham Mosque, Manchester.

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  • Barcode: 753907372021

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MUSLIMLIM 018 Muslimgauze Mullah Said(CD, Album, Ltd, Num) Staalplaat MUSLIMLIM 018 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
MUSLIMLIM 018 Muslimgauze Mullah Said(CD, Album, Ltd, RP) Staalplaat MUSLIMLIM 018 Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version

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fastick1

fastick1

December 14, 2018
there's an obvious demand on this, another 500 copies would sell as fuck, do 1000
Karakarawan

Karakarawan

November 2, 2018
I think there's a high demand for a repress! i'm not gonna pay 100 euros to a flip of a record that came out this year...
algorhythm1

algorhythm1

July 5, 2018
you should press at least 2000 and not 500 copies of this release...
Stormheit

Stormheit

February 28, 2018
edited 10 months ago
Was it really necessary to use all four sides when they could easily do with just three and not only preserve the original track order (which works much, much better IMO), but also screenprint the remaining one, for example? Disappointing, to say the least; not to mention that a CD repress is long since overdue (along with many other titles). The demand is clearly there if the entire pressing sells out from the label within a mere couple of months.
JBrailsford93

JBrailsford93

February 20, 2018

One of Muslimgauze's best releases - a pulsating, overwhelmingly dark record that flows phenomenally well, even compared to Bryn Jones' other releases.

Bought direct from Staalplaat and can confirm this is a phenomenal repress featuring incredibly clear and powerful sound - no distortion or compromise compared to the CD version as sometimes happens with represses. The packaging is also excellent with a thick card gatefold and nice inners.
heavenstreet79

heavenstreet79

February 14, 2018

I still prefer the cd version, probably because you don't need to flip the record and stop the hypnotic flow of the music.
Anyway still a great release, great press for one of Muslimgauze's best.
Now I would really love to see another superb album like "Narcotic" being published on vinyl.