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The Other People Place Ft. Mystic Tribe A.I.Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe

Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro
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The Other People PlaceSorrow & A Cup Of Joe
Mystic Tribe A.I.Telepathic Seduction

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Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, 2002, VinylSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
12", 45 RPM
Clone – C#27Netherlands2002Netherlands2002
Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, 2002, VinylSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
12", Limited Edition, 45 RPM
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Clone – C#27Netherlands2002Netherlands2002
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Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, 2002, VinylSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
12", 45 RPM, White Label
Clone – C#27Netherlands2002Netherlands2002
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Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, 2017-04-00, VinylSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
12", 45 RPM, Reissue
Clone – C#27Netherlands2017Netherlands2017
Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, 2017-04-00, FileSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
2×File, ALAC, Reissue
Clone – C#27Netherlands2017Netherlands2017
New Submission
Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, , FileSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
2×File, WAV, Reissue
Clone – C#27NetherlandsNetherlands
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Cover of Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe, , FileSunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
2×File, FLAC, Reissue
Clone – C#27NetherlandsNetherlands
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MikeMcGantic's avatar
MikeMcGantic
You'd be mighty hard pressed to find a more soul touching track than Sorrow & A Cup Of Joe.
I always imagine what was going through Mr. Stinson's mind when he crafted this, and I'm glad he took the time to do so.
gmos's avatar
gmos
I just noticed that the credits on this reissue are slightly different compared to the originals from 2002. On the originals, Sorrow & A Cup Of Joe is written and produced by The Other People Place and Telepathic Seduction is written and produced by Mystic Tribe A.I.. However, on this reissue it states on the label, "All tracks written, produced and performed live at The Laptop Cafe by The Other People Place with special guest Mystic Tribe A.I.."

I can only assume that Clone know this to be fact as they also put out the originals, and they must know how much us Drexciya obsessives read into any tiny clue. Up to now I was never sure how much Telepathic Seduction had to do with Drexciya, so this is an interesting little extra bit of info revealed 15 years after the original release.
aphexacid's avatar
aphexacid
Two killer tracks. Must be heard on vinyl to really feel it.
Motorpsico's avatar
Motorpsico
the best way to learn. !! Nice track ! !
lardossan-cruiser's avatar
Nice track !
Lyrics : almond mochaccino makes me feel alright.
http://www.islandoasis.com/recipes/almond-mochaccino1
boris.bunnik's avatar
boris.bunnik
Edited 6 years ago
Sorrow & A Cup Of Joe, brilliant, timeless, emotive.
keswicklemon's avatar
keswicklemon
Edited 17 years ago
One of the most brilliant laid back deep house records of the new millenium. "Makes me feel alright". I doubt this record will ever leave my box. i was lucky to find a promo copy of this for only 50 pence in my local record shop Vinyl Exchange. Written by the sadly missed James Stinson of Drexciya who died on Sept 3rd 2002. This emotive beautiful record must have been one of his last pieces of music. live at the laptop cafe : sorrow and a cup of joe is a timeless and stunning masterpiece. i agree with the previous comment made too, lovers of deep music from Berlin, Manchester, Rotterdam, Detroit will all enjoy the lush frequencies on this brilliant piece of wax. find it !
shawn.allen's avatar
shawn.allen
Edited 17 years ago
This was recently repressed on plain 'ol black vinyl. This is some seriously laid back minimal gear--an excellent addition to the collection of Burial Mix fans as well as Playhouse followers.