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Black Coffee*Superman

Label:Not On Label – BC-01
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, White Label
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House

Tracklist

ASuperman
Vocals [Uncredited]Bucie
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Notes

No artist info given on the release, only a superman logo.

Other Versions (1)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Superman (2×File, MP3, VBR)Jellybean SoulJSL3561US2010

Reviews

tnphotonight's profile picture
tnphotonight
Just beautiful. I'm never giving this one up. Such a great track that will stand the test of time.
Chris_kidbibz's profile picture
Chris_kidbibz
this is or was an affordable copy and there were a handful that were pressed. once again, its not about the music to the sellers..
azaro's profile picture
azaro
Edited 5 years ago
such a good song top deephouse music vocals are superb!!!
NullNull's profile picture
NullNull
Amaaaaaazing! Public demand.
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Groovemaster-DJ
Of the various pressings of this stunning work that are out there.
This one has to be it ultimate and the best there can be!

The tracks have been faultlessly remixed and tweeked. The percussion has been put back down into the mix the synth elements taken away, the vocals bought up and crisped up, the bass corrected and gives the slight oomph and bite needed.

This production is just THE BEES KNEES and one that you just do not want it to end, everything about it reeks of class jazz the Steinway is perfection too as are the vocals.

If you don't adore and worship and own this! You own NOTHING.
This is repressed as and when and is really hard to obtain as the waiting lists are really waiting (Mine took 18 months of constant nagging and calling a top West End shop so so worth the wait!)

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Sunday_Service
Far from Blackcoffee's first release, he have had some quality releases prior to this, but definitely what I would consider putting him into the limelight and making him "public demand".

This track was was so hot when it came, the amount of heat it got when it first appeared in dj sets was insane. It was on everybody's lips for a while. Even though it was released in February it was definitely one of the big track at WMC that year.

I remember being in Tokyo in May that year, DJ Nori played this at both Loop and Eleven, and me and my friends went crazy. Didn't seem to have reached the Japanese heads completely yet at that point though, but we still rocked it on the floor.

Also, I got to mention this. I have 2 copies of this record, one that I bought when it first was available and another one that I bought some time afterwards. For some reason they don't sound completely the same. I mean, it's definitely the same track, but it must be another pressing since the bass is more muddy imho on the latter copy.