Theo Parrish ‎– Overyohead

Label:
Sound Signature ‎– SS006
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Overyohead 12:49
B Dance Of The Drunken Drums 9:08

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Notes

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A: 117-119
B: 116

Repressed in 2013, labels prints look faded or copied when compared to the first pressing

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SS 006-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SS 006-B NSC

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AreaChild

AreaChild

September 4, 2016
anyone know what this track samples? Baby Ford Westway is built around a very similar piano riff
tjtownend

tjtownend

March 13, 2016
cant believe this came out in 1999, hasnt aged a bit, incredible
jcb91

jcb91

February 15, 2016
This also got repressed in early 2016, sounds great! Thanks for the reissue.
marylolajane

marylolajane

October 28, 2015
I love this record. My absolute favorite. <3 warm blanket in the snow feeling
Shaneski75

Shaneski75

August 29, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Absolutley superb in every possible way - a genius at work enjoy the fruits of his labour, you can feel the incredible amount of detail he put into this by just simply being alive - peace and love yo
I Cherish this record
music_hello

music_hello

July 7, 2014
If you dont`t think it`s good you are not on the right mood
MojoChow01

MojoChow01

February 27, 2014
I had this 2013 repress on a TT in a shop, but i wasn't diggin Theo at the time so gave it back to the shop assistant - he had a furrowed brow, i understand why now. And now i find that is is not on the Japanese CD reissue of Sound Signature Sound, dance of the drunken drums is the tune i need, haven't quite got into overyohead, fairly gutted.
selectajones

selectajones

January 4, 2014
As mentioned in the description above, the label printing seems to be the only noticeable difference between the 2013 repress and earlier pressings. My older copy had a high quality printed glossy label, the 2013 label is not the same quality at all - in fact it looks like a pretty poor quality bootleg! (it's not obviously.) Think the labels are the same quality on all the Sound Signature represses, and that's a reasonable concession for the artist to make in my opinion.

Btw, I went into Sounds of the Universe right after this had been reissued, the whole time I was browsing they had this record playing just flipping it over and waiting for people to come ask what it was and take a copy. I asked, they said they'd been doing it all day! Big love for Theo!
Johnny_Palermo

Johnny_Palermo

October 10, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
I can really get the point to repress records having a huge demand. It makes the music available to those who missed the record at it's time and it gains some money for the artist as well. Nothing wrong with this.
What I can't get is that collectible records are repressed one-to-one, making it unpossible to distinguish wether it's original press or repress. This just destroys the collectible appeal of the record and finally the development of prices. Bad luck for those who purchased the original for a huge amount of money just to find out that exactly the same record can be bought for the regular price a little time later. Changing the design of the label would solve this situation as it happen to be done on represses before. This here is just ridiculous from a collector's point of view!
Bozek

Bozek

August 13, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

Nice one