Various ‎– DiY 2922 Days

DiY Discs ‎– DIY CD30
CD, Album, Compilation

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1 Fresh & Low Interlude
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Callum Walker*, David Robertson, Hugh Spiers, Julian Dembinski
2 Essa You Left Me Standing (Love From San Francisco Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Charles WebsterRemix – Love From San FranciscoWritten-By, Producer – Max Bruce, Tim White
3 House Of Labasia (You Make Me) Feel Real (Firenze Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Mark Bilssenden*, Mark Harrison (8)Remix – FirenzeWritten-By, Producer – Crispin J Glover*
4 Nail* Optimus (Freaks' Instrument Dub)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Justin Harris, Luke SolomonRemix – FreaksWritten-By, Producer – Nail*
5 Brooks Electric Dance Machine
Written-By, Producer – Andy Brooks*
6 Digs, Woosh & Mr Ski Rumpfunk (Atjazz Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Martin IvesonRemix – AtjazzWritten-By, Producer – Digs & Woosh
7 Carbomb* Keep Sexy
Written-By, Producer – Roy Cunningham (2), Simon DK, Steve Walker
8 Overview Work It Out (Muzique Tropique Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Andy Carrick, Kevin McKayRemix – Muzique TropiqueWritten-By, Producer – Charles Webster, Simon DK
9 Mayo Over & Over
Written-By, Producer – Nag*, Simon DK
10 Nail* The Feeling
Written-By, Producer – Nail*
11 Essa Dance Off
Written-By, Producer – Max Bruce, Tim White

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Released in a clear tray jewel case with 12 page booklet.

"This album is dedicated to Jon Kosecki."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029862003023
  • Barcode (Text): 5 029862 003023
  • Matrix / Runout: DIY 30 CD
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L062
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 6900

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September 23, 2008

Back in the mid - 1990's I was tired of the bombast of Brit-rock so sought out more underground grooves and feasted on numerous releases by labels - Pagan, Paper, Euphonic, Glasgow Underground, OM, Imperial Dub, and DiY. I couldn't get enough and felt I had truly discovered something cool, inspirational, fresh, and a major diversion left-field. Plus my affinity and love for house music had finally found a groove that had been missing since forever.

2922 caught my eye on the shelf and went home with me that day. It was a great collection of artist I was just becoming acquainted with. Charles Webster had material showing up on several Pagan compilations, and his work here served as the lead into and focus on. Nail another contributor would go on to become 1/2 of the terrific Bent. These guys did it for love of their scene, from the heart. For an album that was long on quality I'm surprised not more of these surfaced. It has always been exceeding hard to find. I'm glad I kept it along with another half dozen CD from them. They are all good, especially the first two editions of Served Chilled.
They also had a terrific website for it's time. True pioneers of late night finesse in what would become an international phenomena by 1999.