Round Two ‎– New Day

Label:
Main Street Records ‎– MSR-04
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 New Day (Club Vocal Mix) 7:41
A2 New Day (Edit) 4:52
B New Day (Dub) 10:43

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Notes

All tracks run at 125 BPM.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MSR04A Metropolis Mastering Chicago M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MSR04B M.M.M.J.R.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MSR-04 Round Two New Day(12", RM, RP) Main Street Records MSR-04 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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Carlosegat

Carlosegat

January 22, 2016
Got the repress, played on some small active speakers once and brought it back to the shop because the high frequencies on the dub chords were just crap. The guy at the shop played the record on their sound system, a more proper one, and it was fine.
SpicySauce

SpicySauce

August 4, 2015
I have to say, i just discovered Basic Channel few weeks ago and saw Mark Erenestus playing a dub 3 H set at a chill out scene.

This is one of the best deep house tracks i ever heard. Not enough words in english to describe it. Sweet and deep gospel like voices. Groovy piano & synths. Still playable nowadays and hardly beatable from the tracks i digged recently. A must have.

Get lost in the groove, close your eyes and fly...
ultramajic

ultramajic

May 22, 2015
We don't have the original but our copy of the repress is not as bad as people make it sound, much more of a gross over exaggeration. It's worth the $8 even if the tracks are a bit quiet compared to other vinyl.
xunim

xunim

May 18, 2015

i have a repress and indeed it sounds awful. was not aware of this when bought off discogs. pretty unplayable so beware !
OVDH

OVDH

May 12, 2015
The RP version sounds horrible, don't bother with it and get the digital
steviebeatsuk

steviebeatsuk

May 10, 2015
Agreed, great House Music track
CocCyx

CocCyx

March 5, 2015
from distributor : in fact the label constantly repressed since the first release.
CocCyx

CocCyx

March 5, 2015
Deejay.De sells a copy from 2003 so i think we are selling this one . ?!
darkfellow

darkfellow

February 15, 2015
edited 8 months ago
looking for an OG copy, please PM me if you'd like to trade/sell. i don't mind a little crackle from old age, but the quality of newer pressings described by many commenters sounds like something i don't want

thanks to everyone in the discogs community who leaves comments about pressing quality. very helpful and i try to do the same.

edit: still looking!
tharobster

tharobster

November 20, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
warning - clearly there are some bootlegs of this about some chancer has repressed . recent comments [NOT old ones] are starting to filter thru about a crap pressing that have never been commented like that in the past . THE 1995 ORIGINAL LEGIT ONES ARE PERFECT . this vinyl is an excellent cut , sound is great , sub bass tight , kicks not distorted , hats crisp , electroy glitchy perc sound is clear , and the vinyl is not thin whatsoever as someone mentioned below . i got mine from first batch pressed in 95 , im gonna add matrix numbers to master release in a second to clear this up , but the orig 1995 pressing weighs bang on 155g on digital scales so hopefully this might now clear things up with matrix markings and accurate weight . clearly the bootys are utter garbage cos this ORIG vinyl is THA SHIZ . also the pressing has a thick 'flat' edge to the vinyl side .