Round One ‎– I'm Your Brother

Main Street Records ‎– MSR-02
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 I'm Your Brother (Club Version) 7:16
A2 I'm Your Brother (Edit) 4:59
B I'm Your Brother (Chicago's Twisted Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Chez Damier, Ron Trent

Companies, etc.



Copies in dark brown translucent vinyl, when held against strong light, exist.

"I'm Your Brother" is loosely based on Isley Jasper Isley's "Caravan Of Love".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MSR-02-A HERbIE Jr :<)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MSR-02-B HERbIE Jr :<)

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MSR-02 Round One I'm Your Brother(12", RE, RM, RP) Main Street Records MSR-02 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
MSR-02 Round One I'm Your Brother(12", RE, RM) Main Street Records MSR-02 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
MSR-02 Round One I'm Your Brother(12", M/Print) Main Street Records MSR-02 Germany Unknown Sell This Version


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November 12, 2019
Something that no one has seemed to mention about the original MSR copies from 1994. All the pressings are translucent brown when held up to a bright light. Some folk have been trying to sell the reissue of this as the First press. The audio is bang on both sides. Back in the day, I'd drop the Chicago Twisted Mix along with Cajmere.


November 8, 2019
Wonder how Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus got hooked up with Andrew Cain? Two German techno guys and one 80s pop singer who only had one album and a few singles. Granted, he has a seriously soulful singing voice and was a studio/session performer on quite a few albums, but still - what was it that brought him to their attention?


May 10, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
I'm only going from my own experience with the quality of the pressings. I have all 4 of the catalogue released from the original press and all vinyls are quite thick with no problems with the sound at all. Must have been issues with re-releases.


October 11, 2018
People moaning about the pressing of this. It's how was meant to be. Rough, underproduced, raw, rugged house music. Thats how it was back then and thats what made these record what they've become. Use your EQ kids and then you'll be fine.


July 3, 2018
This is a timeless piece of soulful house that you should have. Thanks to a friend that owns Handsome zacks. I now have a gem that i've looked for and wanted in my collection. There's a personal story behind this record for me. By no means should you overlook this one.
Thanks Matt ( Handsome zacks/ Discogs)


July 11, 2017
It is advisable to always carry a copy of this record in case one sees some wanker with a "drum machines have no soul"-sticker


May 27, 2017

When I heard this for the first time, I almost shed a tear. Irresistible cheesyness!


February 5, 2017

At first I thought this was an overrated and hyped record. Boy I was wrong. It keeps growing on me and people who are not into music as I, react to it pleasantly suprised all the time. Now I play this as THE example for Soulful House/Deep House. If you don't like this: forget the genre.


April 6, 2016
My copy of this is one of the worst pressed records I've ever come across. Runout says metropolis mastering Chicago. Any one else got this copy? Like its barely audible. I thought I had fucked one of my needles when I played it first.


November 11, 2014

Flawless record. You need this in your collection - soulful, life affirming music.