Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlé's Choir ‎– Burning

Kif Recordings ‎– KIF S.A. 08, Kif Recordings ‎– KIF .S.A 08
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Burning Hot 5:24
A2 The Right Way 4:29
B Deep Burnt 11:09

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Produit pour Brad Peep ent...
℗&© KIF.s.a 1999.

A1 samples the vocals of Karen Young's "Hot For You".
A2 samples The Headhunters' "Here And Now".
B samples Freddie Hubbard's "Little Sunflower".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout: Side A): DFI-9 9_3 BURNING KIF S.A. 008 A POMPON TR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout: Side B): DFI-9 9_3 BURNING KIF S.A. 008 B POMPON TR
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM


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February 21, 2017
Deep Burnt is an extremely important and intelligent track. It transcends genres and time.


January 18, 2017
Being repressed again in Mars .


June 20, 2016

At its best House music (or Techno, whatever you prefer) is moving, melancholic, futuristic, drives the body to movement and the mind to thought. This record does all that and more. A major tangent from Pepe's melodic musings or his Garagey mayhem as Trankilou, this shows an even greater depth of emotion. Beautiful music.


April 26, 2016
i will never understand how a track like deep burnt could be this successful - it is a neverending intro..it lacks counterpoint ...it sounds great..and that's why it is so disappointing - he could take the strings anywhere he wanted yet the phrase repeats ad infinitum - honestly, i dont get it.. why bother to comment you may ask? it's because of all the fuss "have you got the repress, have you got the repress?" no, i havent - get yourself as many copies as you wish and have fun sharking in the marketplace..


April 13, 2016
edited 11 months ago
Yes. At last. A repress. I'm ordering right now. This is the WAY IT SHOULD BE.
Balancing the vinyl lovers' needs & keeping the records' demand kinda over average for fresh ears & yet STILL accessible.

A few months ago, i wrote a review about "why such classics with a high demand don't make another repress." Underground music means a good tracking (for both listeners & producers), making it exciting for audience. But at the same time, understanding the market with needs & making it accessible for listeners & producers hence the most of the djs play their unreleased tracks, demos or their own unreleased productions. As i always say "Commercially Released Music" SHOULD MEANT to be sold. TO PEOPLE..... & FOR PEOPLE....

I'm listening this music almost for 16 years. & Pressing numbers are just marketing. You may make your recording most demanding one but don't forget sooner or later if its highly unaccessible people should be moving something else. You may have a gold for years but not in the hands of music lovers or supporters. Yes. In the hands of producers & djs who already doing the same thing! Like you....& They don't even need it forever since they already receiving handful of demos, have tons of unreleased tracks & beyond...

Yes. This is the way of underground music as it should be. Thanks for efforts. You made me eat my words. LABELS.... Just Watch & LEARN.

A 30 year old underground music collector.



February 26, 2016
Yes Beat trooper that is correct in fact it is us at Topplers that have been selling Burning for Kifsa since 2001,the last repress was done on this record at DFI in 2003 before DFI went bust, since then (2004),the project has been pressed at MPO.


February 23, 2016

Repress just done but now there being sold on the original issue (warehouse find etc) watchout!


November 23, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
the copyright notes look otherworldly ridicuolous on records like this one.. get a grip, without the stolen parts this wouldnt sell for a fiver.


November 19, 2015
Ruf Dug - Burnt Toast uses the same sample in a similar fashion