No Artist ‎– 100% Genuine

Label:
Rephlex ‎– BOX 2676
Format:
CD
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Tracklist

1 Steve 1:24
2 John 0:25
3 Tony 0:23
4 Colin 1:22
5 Mick 0:55
6 Sandra 0:31
7 Janet 0:48
8 Mark 0:43
9 Alex 1:18
10 Lee 0:33
11 David 1:00
12 Jane 0:22
13 Mark 0:43
14 Steve 0:42
15 Jack 0:36
16 Dave 0:18
17 Michael 0:30
18 Jackie 0:25
19 Julian 0:49
20 Dark, Tall And Slim 0:42
21 Bethany 0:35
22 Sean 0:21
23 Andrew 0:46
24 Andy 0:21
25 Pamela 1:27
26 Del 0:54
27 Andy 0:42
28 Ruth 1:21
29 Joyce 0:25
30 Stewart 0:40
31 Katrina 0:38
32 Jonathan 0:38
33 Kate 0:39
34 Rick 0:44
35 Steve 0:51
36 Catherine 2:03
37 Mark 1:01
38 Felicity 1:34
39 Robert 0:30
40 Lee 0:44

Credits

  • Other [All Calls Taken By] – Kumars

Notes

Collection of 40 mailbox messages to a real dating agency.
Catalog # 2676 equals Rephlex's PO Box #

Made in England.
Distributed in the UK by Vital.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 66908 26762 6
  • Matrix / Runout: BOX2676 01 %
  • Other (SID Code): IFPI 0430

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windowlicker79

windowlicker79

April 18, 2016
When I worked in HMV about 10 years ago I looked on the system for Rephlex compilation albums. Saw this for 99p and ordered it assuming it was a sampler album like Braindance Coincidence.
I couldn't have been more wrong.
Del the ex silent monk who was looking for a young lady to teach him "the art of sexual performance" has to be my favourite.
moogacid

moogacid

February 11, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
RE: below comment - no, it wasn't a 'fake dating agency'...sadly, this album truly is 100% Genuine!
A very unprofessional employee made a cassette full of these to play to his disbelieving mates, one of whom was a member of the Rephlex posse, who deemed them worthy of release!

April 4, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
This is 40 recordings left by people on a fake dating agency answering machine. Some are bizarre, some are very plain, all expose people with their guards down. Don't buy this if you're expecting music - there isn't any. Not your typical Rephlex release, but it does exactly what it sets out to do.

Trivia: track 40, "Lee", was sampled by Kid Spatula (aka Mu-Ziq) on his album "Meast".