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    DJ ShadowTotal Breakdown: Hidden Transmissions From The MPC Era, 1992-1996

    Label:Reconstruction Productions – none
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Hip Hop
    Style:Instrumental

    Tracklist

    A1Intropy (Original Version)1:04
    A2Vee In Detroit2:32
    A3Drams Of A Piece3:15
    A4The Not-So-Quiet Storm3:17
    A5Fast Rap Fanfare6:13
    B1Intensely Htting3:24
    B2Mystical WIth Solo2:02
    B3Alright2:23
    B4Don't Try It3:03
    B5From The Old School2:43
    B6Freddi's Popcorn2:49
    B7Quikstep0:24
    C1Movin' On (Gab Demo 1)3:56
    C2Falling Up2:35
    C3Mellow But Chunky2:56
    C4Total Breakdown (Gab Demo 2)2:57
    C5Heavy Mood1:30
    C6Affectations3:46
    D1Perilous Journey (Gab Demo 3)3:34
    D2Aye2:41
    D3Atmospheric Disturbances7:17
    D4Swimming Upstream (Gab Demo 4)5:42
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    Notes

    Comes with a big round sticker on plastic wrap saying "DJ Shadow - All Tracks Previously Unreleased". Outer sleeve contains 2 white generic die-cut inner sleeves.

    Timings are not stated on record. This version omits 'Brittle But Magic' and 'Up For Grabs (Outro)' which can be found on the CD.

    All tracks written for Tallcat Tunes (ASCAP).
    © 2012 Reconstruction Productions

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Sticker): 820930000112
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand etchings): RCMPC - 55555 DISC - 1 A
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand etchings): RCMPC - 55555 DISC - 1 B
    • Matrix / Runout (Side C, hand etchings): RCMPC - 55555 DISC 2 - A
    • Matrix / Runout (Side D, hand etchings): RCMPC - 55555 DISC 2 - B
    • Rights Society: ASCAP

    Reviews

    scottishcheddar's avatar
    The hole on disc 1 of my copy was too small to fit on either of my decks. Anyone else have this problem?
    Nismax's avatar
    Nismax
    Edited 9 years ago
    Can't say I was expecting this to be anything special after the 4 track era, which to me was pretty bland. Even though it was a compilation of early experimental tracks, I found myself bored and thinking about how much better my early tracks are than DJ frickin Shadow's early stuff. Anyway, this ended up being a pretty chill collection that is easily listenable from start to finish with the exception of a couple annoying examples of "WTF was he thinking"? It's good to have all of these unreleased tracks from the mid 90's..