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BurialStreet Halo

Label:Hyperdub – HDB013
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Ambient, UK Garage, House

Tracklist

AStreet Halo6:44
B1NYC7:36
B2Stolen Dog6:21
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Notes

Released in black, generic, die-cut Hyperdub sleeve.

Side A: 45 RPM / Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM

Track durations and BPM do not appear on the record.

BPM:
A: 122
B1: 115 | B2: 116

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (v1 Text on Sticker): 8 235664 859264 >
  • Barcode (v1 Scanned): 8235664859264
  • Barcode (v2 Text on Sticker): 8 235664 85926
  • Barcode (v2 Scanned): 823566485926
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): HDB013A TRANSITION
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): HDB013 B TRANSITION

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Street Halo (3×File, WAV, EP)HyperdubHDB013BUK2011
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Street Halo (3×File, FLAC)HyperdubHDB013UK2011
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Street Halo (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)HyperdubHDB013UK2011
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Street Halo (3×File, AAC, EP, 256 kbps)Hyperdubnone2014
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Street Halo (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP)HyperdubHDB013UKUnknown
  • pchc_lx's avatar
    pchc_lx
    I bought a vinyl of this in 2022, direct from Hyperdub. I feel like it is probably a repress; same swirly slipcover design as this 2019 Kindred: https://www.discogs.com/release/18794809-Burial-Kindred

    Just noting as it doesn't seem to be listed here.
    • jonnyromero's avatar
      jonnyromero
      10 years later and this still blows my mind. I like all 3 tracks but Stolen Dog stands out specifically. My favorite Burial production to date.
      • amgverresen's avatar
        amgverresen
        Absolutely amazing EP, bout to rip Burial up in the place.
        • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
          Dubstep . . . . . . .. . . . My Dogs arse!
          • hayleycee's avatar
            hayleycee
            stolen dog, my arse
            • steek's avatar
              steek
              Burial always brings the best of the UK, amazing tacks all the way around
              • willlockyear's avatar
                willlockyear
                All three are masterful. Street halo gets a lot of love but for me NYC stands out as being one of the prettiest things he has ever made. The way the full vocal melody plays through at the start and then never plays again until near the end is genius.
                • KUBA-K's avatar
                  KUBA-K
                  Stolen dog is absolute top. I cannot imagine a better track.
                  • ghderuiter's avatar
                    ghderuiter
                    Just to be sure, but is side B really 33 1/3 rpm?
                    • jiggawhat's avatar
                      jiggawhat
                      The reason why Burial is such an icon in today's music scene is because it's a dramatic contrast to the oftentimes soulless music you hear being churned out by typical house/dub/techno producers today. You know - the dark, unresponsive, mechanical, over-digitized, and needlessly complex music that gets played in today's clubs. Entering the picture is Burial, with their moody songs filled with emotion and melancholy, their atmospheric landscapes, and their soulful vocal snippets. In "Street Halo" and other releases, Burial is putting back the "music" into "electronic music". The title track is the strongest, and most danceable one on this record, but don't sleep on any of the others, as they all demonstrate a comparably high level of production quality.

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