Rupa ‎– Disco Jazz

Numero Group ‎– NUM 805
Vinyl, LP, Reissue


A1 Moja Bhari Moja
A2 East West Shuffle
A3 Aaj Shanibar
B1 Ayee Morshume Be-Reham Duniya

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No runout info on Side B.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (On Sticker): 825764180511
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine Etched Side A): NUM805LP 184592E1/B

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805 Rupa Disco Jazz (Cass, Album) Numero Group 805 US 2019 Sell This Version
NUM 805, 805 Rupa Disco Jazz(LP, RE, RM, Red) Numero Group, Numero Group NUM 805, 805 US 2019 Sell This Version
NUM 805 Rupa Disco Jazz(CD, Album, RM) Numero Group NUM 805 US 2019 Sell This Version
NUM 805 Rupa Disco Jazz(LP, Ltd, RP, Tra) Numero Group NUM 805 US 2019 Sell This Version


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September 12, 2019
I got the black vinyl version.
Gave it a basic wipe down with 'static cleaner' and it sounds great !
Of course i don't have an original copy to compare, but it sounds clear, dynamic and i hear no pops, cracks or distortion.
The cover is a nice heavy card (American style) with double sided info/photo sheet and a colour 'Numero-records' promotional inner sleeve.
Unfortunately mine did not come with a download card. Not sure if any other copies come with one, but it would be a nice addition to have.
Overall, very happy with this re-release of an impossibly rare LP.


February 28, 2019
I gave my copy a good cleaning (pre-first listen) and it took care of 98% of the manufacturing issues aka debris. I have to do this with all my new vinyl purchases, esp pressed at GZ, Rainbo, United, NRP, even RTI.

The record is great and I'm glad Numero reissued it.


February 20, 2019
edited 8 months ago
Well, the album finally gets proper remastering, and the pressing, just like I had been warned about Numero pressings, is sub-par at best. Several loud pops (double checked, it is not my stylus/cartridge) during the soft opening of Ayee Morshume Be-Reham Duniya, and several more through the whole A side which are loud enough to make it over the high volume parts of the songs.

The sound on the whole is much better than the Ovular bootleg, but the pressing is far from crisp. Sad.

I don't know how Numero has not addressed the issues with their manufacturer, after having so many of their pressings come out like this...