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FBD ProjectBreakin Up / The Core

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Breakin Up
The Core

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    Cover of Breakin Up / The Core, 1993, VinylBreakin Up / The Core
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Bang-In-Tunes – BT 003UK1993UK1993
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    Cover of Breakin Up / The Core, 1993, VinylBreakin Up / The Core
    12", White Label, 33 ⅓ RPM, Unofficial Release
    Bang-In-Tunes – BT 003UK1993UK1993
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    • skeme1013's avatar
      skeme1013
      My copy from Black Market Records in 93 has a Black Label both sides
      ??
      • sharpey's avatar
        sharpey
        I have a copy with pink labels BOTH sides. BT 003 and *JTS* on the run out. DEFINITELY purchased from back in the day. I think from Unity Records, Beak St. London.

        Wicked tune - definitely get one of these in your collection.
        • algernonradish's avatar
          i've got one of these, it's white label both sides, no text (originally).
          there IS text on them FBD & what looks like duff *something* maybe crew maybe cover, & then our kid has written over the top saying something like darkness.
          • jasonj's avatar
            jasonj
            Absolutely banging 93 at its best .. On my one its like they never punched the hole to good
            • BWIAN's avatar
              BWIAN
              Is the intro to this ripped off from ganja man on slammin vinyl? or vice versa?
              • Wickedmarkonwax's avatar
                The Core reminds me of a very bad acid trip a traffic light , things got quite out of control , very dark :-)
                • microlin100's avatar
                  microlin100
                  Edited 4 years ago
                  Mine has the pink label and is well old . Have Had it for over 20 years . I Picked it up from a Sunday flee market and it wasn't new . It was a used record . If it a spin off or not its it's still over 20 years old mine has BT 003 AA on it . Wouldn't surprise me if some kid working in a pressing company . Did some overtime making a few extra quid . Back then It was a free for all .
                  • djrobovw1's avatar
                    djrobovw1
                    Nothing short of Fucking Large, but much prefer the breaking up track.
                    • tangee's avatar
                      tangee
                      Edited 8 years ago
                      In response to my comment on November 16th 2015, Neil Trix commented below, (Thanks for commenting Neil)

                      Nobody is suggesting anyone is lying, but i am simply making it very clear that all of the pressings i officially paid for had NO labels on them. Any copies that have a label were never pressed, or paid for by myself apart from the 10x TP's delivered for approval. Back in the early 90's there was no internet (like we have today) and communication with record stores was minimal, this was left to the distributors, knowing a potential problem was happening was hard to confirm. You seem to be approaching this from the completely wrong angle.... Maybe the distributor pressed some without my knowledge, maybe the record plant did, maybe the mastering house who had the metalwork did... who knows.. who cares...i dont... If you were pressing / selling vinyl back then you would be aware of the goings on.
                      Thanks.

                      So Neil is saying the test presses of which there are 10 have labels on them, so the Discography notes on this page http://www.discogs.com/FBD-Project-Breakin-Up-The-Core/release/203855 are wrong as they state the test presses have no labels, different to what Neil has said.
                      Learn something new everyday.
                      So infact we have ended up with alot of new information and indeed questions about the test presses because if Neil never took the labels off these, and he hasn't said he did, then what is a test press and what isn't among the unofficial bootlegs? Potentially you could also take the label off your unofficial copy and claim it was an Official copy!! So it would seem there is more to this, it would have been nice if Neil confirmed how many Official presses were pressed too but hey ho, not to worry. like i say, learn something new everyday.
                      • tangee's avatar
                        tangee
                        Edited 8 years ago
                        In response to my comment on November 16th 2015, Neil Trix commented below, Neil's response can also be seen in the replies to my comment on November 16th 2015 (Thanks for commenting Neil)

                        Nobody is suggesting anyone is lying, but i am simply making it very clear that all of the pressings i officially paid for had NO labels on them. Any copies that have a label were never pressed, or paid for by myself apart from the 10x TP's delivered for approval. Back in the early 90's there was no internet (like we have today) and communication with record stores was minimal, this was left to the distributors, knowing a potential problem was happening was hard to confirm. You seem to be approaching this from the completely wrong angle.... Maybe the distributor pressed some without my knowledge, maybe the record plant did, maybe the mastering house who had the metalwork did... who knows.. who cares...i dont... If you were pressing / selling vinyl back then you would be aware of the goings on.
                        Thanks.

                        So Neil is saying the test presses of which there are 10 have labels on them, so the above Discography notes on this page are wrong as they state the test presses have no labels, different to what Neil has said.
                        Learn something new everyday.
                        So infact we have ended up with alot of new information and indeed questions about the test presses because if Neil never took the labels off these, and he hasn't said he did, then what is a test press and what isn't among the unofficial bootlegs? Potentially you could also take the label off your unofficial copy and claim it was an Official copy!! So it would seem there is more to this, it would have been nice if Neil confirmed how many Official presses were pressed too but hey ho, not to worry. like i say, learn something new everyday.

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