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MoodymannSilentintroduction

Label:Planet E – pe65234
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", Album, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, House

Tracklist

A1Misled4:42
A2I Can't Kick This Feeling When It Hits8:00
B1The Third Track5:05
B2Oceans2:58
B3Answer Machine5:20
C1M Traxx5:07
C2Music People6:37
C3Untitled3:07
D1Sunday Morning
Producer [Additional]Kevin Crosby, Norma Jean Bell
10:52
D2In Loving Memory6:29
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Credits

Notes

Labels:
©℗ 1997 Planet E Communications, Inc. 139 Cadillac Sq. Detroit. MI. 48226

Gatefold Sleeve:
Moodymann Publishing BMI.
℗© 1997 Planet E Communications, Inc.

C3 is not credited on the sleeve.

Uncredited Information:
A2 samples Chic - I Want Your Love.
B1 samples Bionic Boogie - Risky Changes.
C2 samples Mass Production - Welcome To Our World & The Flirts - Danger.

BPM:
A1: 116, A2: 120 | B1: 119, B2: 117, B3: 120
C1: 120, C2: 120, C3: - | D1: 118, D2: 118

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Barcode: 754091523428
  • Barcode: 7 54091-5234-2 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): PE 65234 - A M.M.M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): PE 65234 - B M.M.M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, Etched): PE 65234 - C M.M.M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, Etched): PE 65234 - D M.M.M.J.R.

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Silentintroduction (CD, Album, Partially Mixed)Planet Epe65234US1997
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Silentintroduction (CD, Album, Partially Mixed, Promo)Planet Epe65234US1997
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Silentintroduction (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, White Label)Planet Epe65234US1997
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Silentintroduction (CD, Album, Partially Mixed)Planet Epe65234US1997
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Silentintroduction (10×File, FLAC, Album, Partially Mixed, Reissue)Mahogani Musicnone2016

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Reviews

  • hornem's avatar
    hornem
    Stuck this on for the first time in donks and good god.... those hips are a groovin'..... Still has the £14.99 price sticker on it too !!!
    • thecurrymonster's avatar
      Edited 5 months ago
      What's with there being no represses of Moodymann albums on vinyl? I certainly can't afford the ludicrous prices and I'm sure there are a lot of others out there in the same boat as me .
      • JDSmales's avatar
        JDSmales
        Edited 2 years ago
        If you know, you know. Holy moly what a fantastic album and no doubt a true house classic
        • zeebianco's avatar
          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)
          • ironsheik's avatar
            ironsheik
            This album is still the fucking truth. One of the greatest albums in dance music history!!!!!!!!!!!!
            • SleepyDino's avatar
              SleepyDino
              One of the best house albums ever, without a doubt. NOW GO ON AND REPRESS IT!
              • alain_andreina's avatar
                Edited 7 years ago
                best ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                more words words words words words - please stop this 10 words
                bulshit
                • Bobskies27's avatar
                  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.
                    • waeh's avatar
                      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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