The Dust Brothers (2) ‎– My Mercury Mouth E.P

Junior Boy's Own ‎– JBO 20
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Repress

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℗ & © Junior Boy's Own. 1994.
Published by M62/BMG/Copyright Control
Manufactured and distributed by RTM/Pinnacle
Made in England

Extra supa dope thanx to everyone on the dust axis.

Third and last release of The Chemical Brothers as The Dust Brothers.

Repress of The Dust Brothers (2) - My Mercury Mouth E.P containing a different track in place of "Dust-Up-Beats", with the same name and being called the official version. Distinction can be made by looking at the runout groove (this one having JBO-20-B2 MA whereas the first version has JBO-20-B1 MA).

Track durations are not listed on the release.

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  • Barcode: 5 026734 002061 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A - Etched): JBO-20-A1 MA G-COPYMASTERS
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B - Etched): JBO-20-B2 MA

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April 1, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

What exactly is in the runout that makes the distinction between original and repress?? Is the original the one in the video?



February 15, 2014
Was wondering if anyone has a copy of this with the "Official" version of Dust-Up-Beats. I just bought this copy but its a different track then the you tube video posted on here. A little disappointed that its a different version then what I ordered. So if anyone has it please contact me. I will buy it straight up!


October 17, 2011

It shall be reminded what innovators the Chemical Brothers once were.
So yeah "Dust-Up-Beats" might have aged, but bloody hell the other side is untouchable.
"If You Kling To Me I'll Kling To You" is a monster phat smokey gritty downtempo phuturedub piece, and as for "My Mercury Mouth" I still don't how to describe this mutant badass blissful techno monster : some breaks, some trance, some electro, some heavy dub (unmatched bassline), some Hardkiss, some bleepy outerspace rave, some UR-meets-acid techno. To this day, a recipe still unknown to man.
A record that litterally irradiates with creativity some 17 years later, and arguably one the most flawless, hardest-rocking side of vinyl in electronic dance music to my knowledge.