The Unknown Cases ‎– Masimba Bele

Label:
Rough Trade ‎– OC 04 T
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Trackliste

A Masimba Bele 5:54
B Oëkikawai 4:20

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This record is dedicated to Christina and Nana Amma
Recorded at Bobby's Studio
Mixed at the Can-Studio
Made in the shade by The Unknown Cases
℗ 1983 The Unknown Cases
© 1983 Turnstar Music / The Essex Music Group

The cover was available in four different variations:
1) Rough cardboard cover with dark brown lettering
2) Rough cardboard cover with light brown lettering [This release]
3) Plain smooth cardboard cover with light brown lettering
4) White normal cover with light brown lettering (reissue from the late 80's)

Some copies may have a removable rectangular white sticker with black lettering above the Rough Trade Deutschland imprint on rear sleeve reading:
Efa - Vertrieb
60 32.04

Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

  • Label Code: LC 5661
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, handwritten): OC 04 T-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, handwritten): OC 04 T-B

Andere Versionen (5 von 20) Alle anzeigen

Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
7243 8 62204 2 4 The Unknown Cases Masimbabele (Remix '96)(CD, Maxi) EMI Electrola 7243 8 62204 2 4 Germany 1996 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 5520 The Unknown Cases Masimba Bele(7") Roadrunner Records RR 5520 Germany 1983 Diese Version verkaufen
RTD 044T The Unknown Cases Masimbabele 89(12", Maxi) Rough Trade RTD 044T Germany 1989 Diese Version verkaufen
7243 86220462 The Unknown Cases Masimbabele(12") EMI Electrola 7243 86220462 Germany 1996 Diese Version verkaufen
RTD 044 The Unknown Cases Masimbabele 89(7", Single) Rough Trade RTD 044 Germany 1989 Diese Version verkaufen

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DarkRob

DarkRob

25. November 2016
A great combination of synths and traditional music. Sounds still fresh today!
MrElReplicante

MrElReplicante

1. November 2012
Helmut Zerlett, of "Dunkelziffer"-fame, to most of the German people presumably best known from the "Harald Schmidt Show" on German private TV, created a dancefloor-'ethno'-smash-hit, that is still playable today! If you like it supersecretcosmic-stylee, adjust the pitch level down to "-8"...