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MoodymannSilentintroduction

Tracklist

Misled4:42
I Can't Kick This Feeling When It Hits8:00
The Third Track5:05
Oceans2:58
Answer Machine5:20
M Traxx5:07
Music People6:37
Untitled3:07
Sunday Morning10:52
In Loving Memory6:29

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Cover of Silentintroduction, 1997-11-00, VinylSilentintroduction
2×12", Album, 33 ⅓ RPM
Planet E – pe65234US1997US1997
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Cover of Silentintroduction, 1997, CDSilentintroduction
CD, Album, Partially Mixed
Planet E – pe65234US1997US1997
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Cover of Silentintroduction, 1997, CDSilentintroduction
CD, Album, Partially Mixed, Promo
Planet E – pe65234US1997US1997
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Cover of Silentintroduction, 1997, VinylSilentintroduction
2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, White Label
Planet E – pe65234US1997US1997
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Cover of Silentintroduction, 1997, CDSilentintroduction
CD, Album, Partially Mixed
Planet E – pe65234US1997US1997
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Cover of Silentintroduction, 2016-05-17, FileSilentintroduction
10×File, FLAC, Album, Partially Mixed, Reissue
Mahogani Music – none20162016
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JDSmales
Edited one year ago
If you know, you know. Holy moly what a fantastic album and no doubt a true house classic
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zeebianco
I did have the vinyl first but ended up selling it and getting the cd instead - the mixed together tracks seemed to make more sense in CD format ( and I got more use out of it) - a great intro to Moodymann but I think Black Mahoghani is a more engaging listening experience ( and better release to start with)
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ironsheik
This album is still the fucking truth. One of the greatest albums in dance music history!!!!!!!!!!!!
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SleepyDino
One of the best house albums ever, without a doubt. NOW GO ON AND REPRESS IT!
alain_andreina's avatar
Edited 5 years ago
best ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Bobskies27
Funny thing about this LP...I never really found myself mixing the tracks into sets. I just always found myself listening. They are that unique and the album flows so well. I will never part with mine. The I Can't Kick This Feeling ep on Afterhours is the one that still stays in my record box. That Sensurreal mix is a floor slammer.
soulant
I remember buying this back in 97'. Was in Detroit at Record Times. I was so stoked to listen to it... No MP3 back then.
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waeh
I've just recieved this piece of vinyl from the postal man. Everything sounds good, but what is that self confidence bullshit on "Music People"? Capitalism is everywhere.
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traxfranz
Edited 10 years ago
This amazing LP contains few singles that have come out on KDJ, a beautiful collection of pure electronic soul. Moodymann made a great work contaminating electronic music with jazz samples and some space disco grooves, giving to us a brilliant mixture of different styles. There are also some excellent deep house tunes such as "In Loving Memory" that was one of my favourite tracks on this masterpiece.
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kool_fraser
Edited 15 years ago
Funky musik; M-Traxx is especially tight, with really tight beat, snares, and funky-ass bass. One to pop on at the party for sure.