Omar-S ‎– 004

FXHE Records ‎– AOS-004
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label


A1 Day 7:49
A2 Day 2:10
B Night 9:54

Companies, etc.


  • Bass, Featuring [Live Chords]Omar-S
  • Lacquer Cut ByRon Murphy
  • Producer, Mixed By, Recorded ByA.O.S.*


Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 122 | A2: 122
B: 120

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout Side A): AOS 004-A FOR TRUE OMAR-S FANS ONLY ARP[NSC, enclosed in a circle]
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout Side B): AOS 004-B LIVE CHORDS AND BASS BY: OMAR-S ARP[NSC, enclosed in a circle]
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AOS-004 Omar-S 004(12", RP, W/Lbl, Pin) FXHE Records AOS-004 US 2015 Sell This Version
AOS-004 Omar-S 004(12", RP, W/Lbl, Bro) FXHE Records AOS-004 US 2015 Sell This Version
AOS-004, AOS-1 Omar-S / Oasis (3) Omar-S / Oasis (3) - 004(12", W/Lbl) FXHE Records, FXHE Records AOS-004, AOS-1 US 2016 Sell This Version


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May 3, 2017
edited 2 months ago
my copy has Day on the A side, and the B side is pressed in reverse (it plays out from the center of the record) and it's a song i can't ID (not Oasis - Detroit #1), sort of a monotonous early techno track. pretty cool actually.



April 13, 2017
Someone once wrote 'you've got too many badgers on the tray' in a Youtube comment for Day. Never been able to hear anything else since.


September 3, 2016

Classic. Classic. Classic. Classic. Classic. Classic. Classic. Classic. Classic. A+


July 26, 2016
Got a mispressed version of this from Juno today. It has Day on one side and on the other rather than Night.

Not the end of the world as I wanted Day but something to bear in mind!


May 14, 2016
Just Masterpiece of art with few tracks.. put your brain off


August 23, 2015

In a lot of today's productions we find precision and over-processing compensating for a lack of creativity and soul. Although a lot of this pressing could be considered "low-fi" by modern standards, why is it still relevant 10 years after release? An unbelievable record, a genius production and to condemn it because of the mix is just stupid. Put the needle on the B-side, close your eyes and enjoy one of the most patient and soulful tracks ever made. World class. Real.


August 12, 2013

I disagree with piqesock, I think Night is very unique in the way it chooses to present itself. Omar makes it feel very natural and you can tell every little detail was put exactly the way it was supposed to. It makes for a fun and relaxing listen.


April 4, 2013
not sure if there has been a repress. But Juno just got a couple of 004s in stock. (i know they just did a big warehouse clean up so could of found a few then)


January 2, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Night suffers from a bad mixdown, there's all kinds of farty kick drums and all the melodies and atmospheres are buried underneath them. All is forgiven with Day, however, which will become a huge Detroit house anthem. A simple house beat and bassline rolls on and on while a short looped sample of the Supremes' "Come See About Me" rises and falls hipnotically in the mix. Super simple sample based Detroit house in the vein of Agent X's "In The Morning", this will blow up dancefloors for sure.