Schatrax ‎– #9

Schatrax ‎– SCHAT 09
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label

Companies, etc.


Blank white labels.
The track titles appear in the runout etchings only.
Came in a stamped generic white sleeve (no hole)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout - Stamped/Etched): [stamped] SCHAT 09 A-1-1-1 [etched] 1. FEEL SO REAL 2. YEAH
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout - Stamped/Etched): [stamped] D SCHAT 09 B-1-1-1 [etched] 1.KEEP ON LOVING 2. YOU DON'T ACT THE SAME


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January 10, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
To avid music enthusiasts, Joshua Brent, as known as Schatrax, re-released most of his tracks, from his Stamp Collecting Vol.1 & Vol 2. albums, digitally on BeatPort, Amazon, iTunes, and TraxSource. However, these digitally re-released tracks have been edited.
In other words, Joshua Brent removed some samples on the digitally re-released tracks.
For instance, listen to the track "You Don't Act The Same" on his initial pressing: #9 .
Around sixteen seconds in, you are able to hear a female, who allures the listener to be enticed by her seductive moan.
From beginning to end, the seductive sample continues to be heard in the background.
In the digitally re-released track, Joshua Brent removes the entire seductive sample.
I'm not sure why Joshua decided to remove the sample along with other tracks.
To be frank, I prefer the initial pressing over the digitally re-released tracks.
This is a note I want to make for those, who did not recognize the significant differences on both the original Schatrax pressings (late 90s) and the re-released Schatrax pressings (2015-onward).


Original "You Don't Act The Same" ( 1997 , Vinyl #9 ):

Edited "You Don't Act The Same" ( 4/25/2016 , Amazon MP3 ):


June 17, 2008
How anyone can sell this record for less that £20.00 is beyond me. There lies on this record 2 deep house classics that put most other records to shame. In fact why even bother making new house music nowadays when the Isle Of Wight crew had it down to a tee back in the late 90's. It really is that simple. A bassline, shuffled beats and on one of the tracks a piano to die for.

The comedy loop track is ace too.