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Junk Yard Connections ‎– JYC-003
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByPCMJR*


Track durations are not mentioned on the release
Strictly limited to 300 copies worldwide, no repress

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): JYC-003-A PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): JYC-003-B PCMJR


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September 12, 2016
Does King Hassan sample Metro Area's Orange Alert (at around 3:18 in)?


March 9, 2016
Woah. Great release but mostly impressed by some peoples deep deep pockets. Wish I could do that


June 29, 2015
Anyone know the sample used for "Easy to love"?


September 17, 2014
Life changing stuff in the right environment.


August 25, 2014

I keep going back to this. Irresistible grooves on both sides.


May 12, 2014
90€ ?? you got to be kidding me. i wish i had this record...


May 2, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
I have to say the hype on this record has introduced me to Junk Yard Connections. Lots of top stuff on this label from what I've heard so far. Since it is a limited no repress label, It's too bad I missed out on this one, but it is what it is. At least now I know to hunt their newest releases when it becomes available. :)


March 20, 2014

in this oversaturated age there ought to be some lost tunes worthy of an Indiana Jones-style search for them...


March 4, 2014

Limited editions?
Why not? Why do limited? What’s the suppose? Why asking? The questions can be many. Why instead change the view of the media instead of the concept?
Who is blaming Andy Warhol for his limited supplies? No one, it’s rather a problem with all the copies around the globe now days.
People never likes when ‘things’ is new and unknown and works in a different way. This happend with the early video installations. When it came to us it was also a ‘new’ type of media to express with. But now days is it totally accepted. But this is what is happening right now in the music-biz and the vinyl industry. How they see on what’s going on with the vinyl media makes them uncomfortable. The ‘new’ kind of art media is kind of doing the opposite of what they have done forever – limited small supplies. People won’t maybe accept the vinyl media as art media today, but hopefully tomorrow. Today want people still to see the vinyl media as a commercial consumption objects that can be bought and replaced and repressed like it have ever been. Junk Yard Connections don’t believe in that. For Junk Yard Connections should the EP, LP or whatever become more of a piece time capsule or just be seen, and listen as a piece of art. So next time you whine about some repress, go to your national museum and go to the information desk and tell the staff (you can of course mail the CEO for the museum as well, if it fits you better) and tell them to do some replicas of the Johannes Vermeer you just saw. I guess the answer will be a – No. Why not make a replica by you yourself? But that’s another interesting story!