The Egyptian Lover* ‎– Egypt, Egypt

Label:
Freak Beat Records ‎– DMSR00661
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 1st Pressing
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Credits

  • Producer, Programmed By, Written-By, Arranged By, Composed By, PerformerThe Egyptian Lover*

Notes

This is the first edition, with gold labels and without the Macola manufacturing and distribution info around the edge of the label. Macola added that text to later editions for the distributors to know where to re-order from. This edition also has Uncle Jamms Army contact info, and both large and small circular impressions from the stamper.

Info on labels:
Produced, Programmed, Arranged, Written, Composed, and Performed [...] for Tpyge Music
Special Thanks to Hank Donig, David Broussard, Lisa, Doo-Doo, T. Kindricks & Uncle Jamms Army
UNCLE JAMMS ARMY P.O. BOX 122 HARBOR CITY, CA. 90710

Side A etching: DMSR-00661-A L17225
Side B etching: DMSR-00661-B L17225X

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): DMSR-00661-A L 17225
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): DMSR-00661-B L 17225 X

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dylaf

dylaf

April 12, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
1st press variation also available: all exactly as per the listing, minus the wide label groove, just the smaller circle. 100% authentic, you can tell by the indent from the pressing head its of the time.
dktide91

dktide91

April 6, 2015
does anyone know the official runtimes on the tracks on this original 12"? I have this actual 12" myself but short of ripping it to a CD, I don't remember the runtimes...
_CHAIRMANoftheBORED_

_CHAIRMANoftheBORED_

October 20, 2010
Pressing order:
1st Freak Beat / golden labels / no Macola distribution
2nd Freak Beat / golden labels / Macola distribution
3rd Egyptian Empire / pyramid labels / West Coast Records distribution
4th Egyptian Empire / beige labels / West Coast Records distribution
zarcon

zarcon

January 14, 2010
this record was my startup on electro...the sheer unstoppable intro even pisses off tour de france by kraftwerk, (which is hardly possible), that crazy comic like egyptian melody in the middle is just crazy, and the breakdown is legendary!