DJ.GUS

Marcellus Pittman - Unirhythm Green #1 as reviewed by DJ.GUS

January 6, 2013
referencing Unirhythm Green #1, 12", Ltd, W/Lbl, UNI-1001

I have 1 copy with dark green label, stamped. i don't know if it's original pressing or repress. Stamped number is: 000366
amaryllis

Marcellus Pittman - Unirhythm Green #1 amaryllis

April 3, 2014
referencing Unirhythm Green #1, 12", Ltd, W/Lbl, UNI-1001

I have the same dark green label with stamped numbering. I guess there was another, first repress that had been numbered, too. The later repress then cam without stamps...
frankiethegerman

Marcellus Pittman - Unirhythm Green #1 frankiethegerman

January 16, 2013
referencing Unirhythm Green #1, 12", Ltd, W/Lbl, UNI-1001
darker green should be the the repress, but they are not stamped!
loversvinyl

Marcellus Pittman - Unirhythm Green #1 loversvinyl

April 26, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Unirhythm Green #1, 12", Ltd, W/Lbl, UNI-1001

Following a request by another discogs member realized the record possibly plays with extra surface noise mixed on the track. This is definitely the case on the B side (TOM side). For its not at the end of the track, but at the beginning quite obvious. Might be by purpose.
The A side (Pittman side) doesent have much obvious noise, but this is cut so strong that the needle is shaking heavily.
In all wax+cut seem quite sensitive to clicks and marks.
nogasface

Marcellus Pittman - Unirhythm Green #1 nogasface

October 18, 2011
referencing Unirhythm Green #1, 12", Ltd, W/Lbl, UNI-1001
Both tracks thump hard, one a little darker than the other. Excellent 12".
Discozilla

Marcellus Pittman - Unirhythm Green #1 as reviewed by Discozilla

February 2, 2011
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Unirhythm Green #1, 12", RP, W/Lbl, UNI-1001

Killer cuts. If The Earth Could Talk is a sunny, hypnotic, acidic deep house jam that is guaranteed to warm you up on any cold & gloomy day north of the Mason Dixon.