Omar Santana ‎– Make Some Noise

H2OH Recordings ‎– H2O47
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Make Some Noise 5:07
A2 Live In LA 5:40
B1 Get Set Hold Back 5:41
B2 Dark Shape 6:03

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Published By Oh Oh Boy Music (ASCAP) / Corbeau-Strengholt Music
Recorded At Arsenal Of Sounds Studio, Los Angeles
Distribution By Midtown Distribution.

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  • Barcode (Text): 8 713290 202161 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8713290202161
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): H2O 47 - A -
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): H2O 47 - B -

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August 15, 2008
The reason why there are 2 cd players on the cover is pretty simple. Omar Santana has an endorsement / sponsor deal with the dj gear brand American Audio / American Dj. This brand suggested to put this image on the cover to make some sneaky / hidden advertising.

I also think its very strange to put cd players on a cover of a vinyl record... especially because the dj gear brand also sells turntables... Besides that (downloading to) cd's are one of the main reasons people are buying less vinyl records.


August 14, 2008

The cover of this release is well, gosh...I don't even know what to say.

I do like Arco's artwork on most of the H2OH Recording's covers, but to put the label boss on the cover of a VINYL RECORD proudly DJing on what appears to be CD tables is really tacky. Who's idea was this!?

Some label bosses get pissed when the vinyl releases for their labels don't sell much, yet if all they play are CD's and don't do their part to push vinyl and people see you only playing CDs--well, monkey see monkey do! I'm not saying Mr. Santana does this necessarily, I'm just trying to make a point.

We can all blame a certain dance music download site mostly for that fact as well, but goofball LP covers like this certainly don't help.

Musically, the release is so-so. Tons of other decent records in the H2OH catalog worth checking out though.