UR* ‎– Z Record

Label:
Underground Resistance ‎– URZT-1
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Blue
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled
A2 Untitled
A3 Untitled
B1 Soul Power
B2 Untitled
B3 Untitled

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Notes

This Is A Hi-Tech Funk Production

For UR DJ Assault Use Only

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): URZT-1A (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): URZT-1B (NSC)

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PatMacMellow

PatMacMellow

September 11, 2015
Scrolling through the comments on here, some US-based fans' of UR really need to take a step back, stop griping and take stock. We are still living through an amazing period of music, with regard to M. M. Banks and UR. The sheer relevance and longevity of both its founder and the label itself speaks volumes for its idiosyncratic and uncompromising sound. Don't know what you've got...?
hitechfunk

hitechfunk

October 28, 2011

A longer version of "Soul Power" can be found on this fine record (track B1). A couple of other tracks from this vinyl can be heard on various mixes by UR DJs.
TwistedStar

TwistedStar

February 15, 2010
Z records are fro UR Djs only, so this makes a UR DJ mix special with unreleased tracks. Yes it's like playing dubplates so what's the issue with these records. Famous dj plays nows their own version/remix of many tracks and just because some music in on vinyl people critisizes it. Come on, understand that UR stays on the first purpose : "Underground Resistance DJs only" record and you don't like it but don't use this as a disclaimer about UR.
Monomer313

Monomer313

December 12, 2009
It's pressed to take the abuse of a UR dj I bet; you normally only get 20-30 plays from a dub cut before it's quality deteriorates dramatically. I'm sure the vinyl didn't cost all to much more then getting a dub cut - NSC and Archer get enough business from the UR camp to cut them a deal...

DD74

DD74

October 18, 2009
I totally agree.
This is meant to be music for those who seek.
This elietist stance undermines the the point somehow.
I have bought UR for years. I have only recently come across this "Z record". I obviously want to hear it! But can't?
This tune should be put up on the UR website so that those who are interested can hear it. The fact that it is on vinyl means that I probably will get a hold of it, and if so, I will up load it for those who care.
mrformic

mrformic

January 31, 2008
I am so underground, much more then you are. You have spent a fortune on UR records in the past, but this one you will never get, haha, haha, hahahaha !
Somewhere in Detroit was a dubious project, but this release is simply embarassing. If people want to hide their music, why do they press vinyls?
I am a collector and I understand the promotional effect of a limited edition, but this is over the top.
Nothing wrong with dubplates tho, if you want to spin and test your own stuff.
Its like the sleeve of the first pressing of Jaguar, it said something like: We don't sell to chain stores, we are so damn underground. A few weeks later it was licensed to a major label, because the demand of the chain stores could not be handled by UR alone.
Submerge does release and distribute great music, no doubt about it, but I feel their "underground" attitude is quite offending for the people who buy and play their music sometimes.