Skanna ‎– 2015 Remastered Collection

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Keeping Vinyl Alive ‎– KVA004
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3 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered
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Tracklist

A Nightstalker 5:42
B Heaven 5:48
C This Way 6:04
D Find Me 6:50
E Until The Night Is Morning 6:31
F All You Wanted 6:35

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Credits

Notes

Many thanks go out to everyone who supported this release, and to those who pre-ordered on forums and the Beautifully Crafter Jungle Facebook group...

Extra special thanks go out to Beau Thomas @ Ten Eight Seven Mastering, David De La Bruyere @ Disc Solutions, John Graham and Rebecca Drew

As with several previous releases on parent label Sublogic Recordings, the quotes in the runout etchings are taken from the 1987 film Robocop.

All six tracks are remastered and re-cut versions of the tracks originally reissued on Sublogic Recordings releases SLRV005 and SLRV013.

No durations on this issue

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): KVA004 A - SKANNA - NIGHT STALKER KEEPING VINYL ALIVE BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): KVA004 B - SKANNA - HEAVEN THANKS TO JOHN GRAHAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): KVA004 C - SKANNA - THIS WAY THANKS TO ALL ON THE BCJ GROUP BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): KVA004 D - SKANNA - FIND ME IT'S ONLY A GLITCH... A TEMPORARY SETBACK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side E, etched): KVA004 E - SKANNA - UNTIL THE NIGHT IS MORNING THEY'LL FIX YOU BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side F, etched): KVA004 F - SKANNA - ALL YOU WANTED THEY FIX EVERYTHING

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Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

February 14, 2019
Well this sucks... I didn't even know this existed. What a shame, I would have bought one. I already started collecting the originals and repressed EPs so I'll stick with those then.
viniloz-spain

viniloz-spain

January 25, 2018

Please, please repress :(

80 to 120 quid for a copy on discogs?!?!? Come on.

Over 300 people want to buy this now, must be time to repress again.
j0ker

j0ker

September 21, 2017
Greedy pikey scalpers go get a job!! Love for the music
j0ker

j0ker

December 7, 2016
Selling my copy which I've never even opened , brand new , pm if interested , cheaper than anything for sale above
subscript

subscript

November 21, 2016
Adding my name to the chorus asking for a repress.
mattymo

mattymo

December 30, 2015
Please repress
matt_bassline

matt_bassline

December 15, 2015
It looks like releases such as this one still don't get produced in large enough quantities. At time of writing 135 people on Discogs still want a copy of this, and now we have a kind person selling this repress for £99.99. Can we please have another run? Surely it makes sense financially.
classictraxuk

classictraxuk

December 5, 2015
When these tunes came out more than 2 decades ago, could I ever have imagined I would be listening to them wirelessly via Bluetooth streaming from Apple Music? No moving parts, not a turntable in sight....amazing how things move on.
Pistachios

Pistachios

October 8, 2015
Wicked repress that has put a smile on many faces. The more recognition this gets the better. Well done to all involved.
theyettidog

theyettidog

October 4, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
Clearly some hating going on here.
Who cares. I bought all the originals way back in 93 for around £5 each. Sold them 10 years later along with all the street beat 10"s and at the time, I probably got about £25-30 which I was happy with.

Several years later I really regretted selling them all and made it my mission to get them back, but this time round it's costing rediculous money - like £50-£100 per plate.

My point here is who gives a toss if it's repressed / remastered and available to buy- again?

I purchased my Truper set last week from Phil @ basement and paid £60 for the box set. I'm a happy guy cos to be honest, I don't care that it's a repress. As far as I'm concerned when I do my next street beats mix of all the volumes, I can now include all 3 Truper releases and be happy that I have also saved at least £100-£150 which I can use for something else.

It's nice to have the original but for a fraction of the price, these repressed versions are quality..........and it's all about the music isn't it?

My advise is Enjoy it whilst labels like KVA, Sublogic, basement and 92 retro are doing this for us and bringing us some rare sought after tunes. It saves taking out a small mortgage to get the originals.