Tom And Jerry ‎– Scooby's Dreaming

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Tom & Jerry ‎– SHELL 005
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Notes

Track A1 samples bleep from LFO - LFO
Vocal from Mary J Blige* - Reminisce

Track A2 samples vocal from Instant Funk - No Stoppin' That Rockin'

Track AA2 samples vocal from New Edition - Can You Stand The Rain
Synth from Tomita - The Bermuda Triangle Track 5: The Venus Wearing The Space Uniform Shining In a Fluorescent Light Color

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): SHELL 005-A * - J.T.S. - *
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA etched): SHELL 005-AA * - J.T.S. - *

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Wickedmarkonwax

Wickedmarkonwax

January 6, 2019

Got my copy from Warp Records Chris Duckenfield aka Asterix saved me a copy £4.99 nice one Chris you miserable sod lol :-)
Wickedmarkonwax

Wickedmarkonwax

January 6, 2019

I remember Doc Scott hammering this dark sets 93 amazing times an absolute cracking label
lastmarine

lastmarine

October 2, 2018
last sold Aug 2018. Highest price ever sold £154. And man is asking for £215? Exactly whats wrong with vinyl these days. Glad i dont give two shits about vinyl from a collecting point of view. My rips of this are definately better than spending quarter of a grand.
Mr_Geese

Mr_Geese

February 6, 2018

I don't know about you but for me this was always the hardest tom and jerry to get hold of
kelvin2010

kelvin2010

January 9, 2017
Used to have this, and the yellow one, sold them both about 20 years ago, probably for about a tenner, look at the price of it now. Dammit.
insultingiguana

insultingiguana

December 27, 2016
I did not know this was so popular, I whant one so badly. I'm in the USA soo... good luck me!
Dig.Vinyl

Dig.Vinyl

May 29, 2016
Superb, deep, rollin jungle. Perfectly captures that 1993 vibe with a great sense of optimism and a slightly darker shadow creeping across it. Personally I always go back to Yamming Snacks Like Shaggy...what a sample. These guys are the tru players and hats off to them for pioneering the UK sound.