Unknown Artist ‎– Thank You Michael

Not On Label ‎– Thank You Michael 1
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Unofficial Release


A1 Thank You Michael
A2 Thrilloop Tool
B1 Dense And Home Alone
B2 Start Something


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December 4, 2017
According to Jake the Rapper from Berlin Bar25, these edit/tracks are from Superpitcher.

"This track was a requiem for Michael Jackson, and that was a big deal at the time. It sounds so acoustic, stripped-down and ultra-simplistic that I feel it belongs in the category of ‘minimal.’ It was amazing to play because the crowd would go absolutely crazy every time that tiny snippet of ‘Billie Jean’ comes in. This was actually a Superpitcher track—can I say that now? It also has a great speech by Farrakhan. A lot of white, middle-class DJs sampled Martin Luther King, Jr., to get that message of unity and inclusion and revolution into their tracks, but many black people found that to be condescending appropriation, because MLK was specifically a spokesperson for a hard-won battle against racism they faced every day. Farrakhan’s speech, on the other hand, has a similar message, but it’s about a man who encompassed all races and classes and was radically inclusive, and it’s really nice to hear that message without all the appropriation or white guilt. I know all that is going to sound very dated and very American to you now. But it’s a thing."



October 26, 2016
It seems that kompakt crew released this one.
it was at this time (2010) only available on their website.
"Thank you Michael" lenght is +6min. Here are snippets for others tracks.