Various ‎– Nine O'Clock Drop

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Nuphonic ‎– NUX 151
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 23 Skidoo Coup
Engineer – Phil VinallProducer, Arranged By – 23 Skidoo, Simon Boswell
4:13
A2 Dominatrix The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight (Dominant Mix)
Producer – Ivan Ivan, Joel Webber, Kenneth Lockie*Written-By – Kenneth Lockie*, S. Argabright*
3:35
A3 The Normal Warm Leatherette
Written-By – Daniel Miller
3:20
A4 Shriekback My Spine (Is The Bassline)
Producer – ShriekbackProducer [Assisted By] – Ian CapleRemix – Disc O'DellWritten-By – Barry Andrews, Carl Marsh, David Allen*
3:58
B1 Colourbox Looks Like We're Shy One Horse/Shoot Out
Engineer – Keith MitchellProducer – ColourboxWritten-By – S&M Young*
7:57
B2 Gina X Performance Nice Mover
Producer, Arranged By – Gina X, Martin Homberg*, Zeus B. HeldWritten-By – Gina Kikoine
4:31
B3 23 Skidoo Vegas El Bandito
Engineer – Ken ThomasProducer – Tony, Terry And David*Written-By – 23 Skidoo
2:45
C1 Torch Song P2E (Remix)
Written-By – Laurie Mayer, William Orbit
5:07
C2 Aswad Warrior Charge
Producer, Arranged By – Aswad, M. Campbell*Written-By – A. Gaye*, B. Forde*, T. Robinson*
5:47
C3 Chris & Cosey October (Love Song) '86 Version
Producer – Chris Carter (2)Written-By – Chris Carter (2), Tutti*
3:51
D1 Quando Quango Genius
Producer – Kamins*, Pickering*Written-By – Reitveld*, Pickering*
6:23
D2 A Certain Ratio Waterline
Engineer – Phil AultWritten-By – Donald Johnson, Jeremy Kerr*, Martin Moscrop, Peter Terrell, Simon Topping
4:05
D3 400 Blows Black And White Mix Up
Producer – 400 BlowsWritten-By – Andrew Beer*
4:52

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Notes

A2 mislabelled 'Dominatrix Sleeps Tonite', and without mix name.
B1 labelled only as 'Looks Like We're Shy One Horse'; the segue track 'Shoot Out' is not mentioned.
D2 mislabelled 'Water Line.'

A4 remixed for Disconnection Productions.
B1 recorded at Palladium.
B3 recorded at Jacob's Studio, Surrey, November 1982.
C1 recorded at Guerilla Studio.
D1 mixed at Strawberry Studios, Stockport.
D2 recorded at Revolution Studios, Manchester 1981.
D3 recorded at Wickham Studio, Surrey, December 1983.

Mastered at CTS Mastering, London

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  • Barcode: 0675601151019

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NUX 151LP Various Nine O'Clock Drop(2xLP, Comp, Promo) Nuphonic NUX 151LP UK 2000 Sell This Version
NUX 151CD Andrew Weatherall Nine O'Clock Drop(CD, Album, Comp) Nuphonic NUX 151CD UK 2000 Sell This Version

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spectrum

spectrum

June 4, 2003
Listen to 23Skidoo - Coup and then listen to Block Rocking Beats by the Chemical Brothers. Quite obviously the same track! That alone is an indication of the influential nature of this old music. There are some very diverse genres on this complation. Some are quite experimental for their day but sound suprisingly timeless.
eiskristall

eiskristall

May 5, 2002

Yes, that are the influences of cult-dj and the mastermind of "Two Lone Swordsmen". Remembering his roots and making a reminiscence to show us which were the important tracks in the 70ies and 80ies. My favourites are "Warm Leatherette" and "Love Song" , but all tracks on this compilation are very good productions. It's not wrong to have this.