Kassem Mosse ‎– Staat Aus Glas EP

Label:
Sounds Of The Universe ‎– SOTU004
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist

A1 Staat Aus Glas 12:42
B1 Escape From Frankfurt 5:36
B2 Nacht An Allen Tagen 5:55

Credits

  • Artwork By – Diana Policarpo

Notes

Limited edition of 300 copies
45 rpm printed on label, but the 12" actually plays at 33 ⅓ rpm

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2xtimes

2xtimes

October 12, 2017
Don't store it in the PVC sleeve! It will fuck the record up
rupper-76

rupper-76

October 6, 2013
snake mountain-funk..yoo
Poor_Tharkay

Poor_Tharkay

December 12, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
I didn't get this because of the limited availability but got it for the reason it's a Kassem Mosse record and they usually never let me down, which it didn't. Quality release. Definately happy with my purchase and would never sell even if it meant I could buy a few more.

PS: I've got 3/300.
mystic2975

mystic2975

December 10, 2012
edited over 8 years ago

I copped doubles!! 283 & 284. There is nothing wrong with limited editions. It's artwork for christ sake. For the sake of retaining value, I hope they don't repress it. If you owned a limited edition Banksy print, would you want him to reissue it? Hell NO!

By the way, this record is fire! Had I slept on this, I would definitely fork out 50 clams...
IWAAD

IWAAD

December 4, 2012

Anyone else have a copy that is not numbered? Mine has a short message on the back instead.
perr

perr

December 3, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
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tripson

tripson

December 2, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
no comment no more *edit*
le.roi.du.soleil

le.roi.du.soleil

December 2, 2012
Also, it is a massive promotion for Sounds Of The Universe, since I will clearly have my eyes on the shop form now on in order not to miss out again. I mean, we all have some limited records and want some that we don't have. Isn't that part of it?
le.roi.du.soleil

le.roi.du.soleil

December 2, 2012
it's very simple: if all people sold their records at the original price, there wouldn't be a single copy left here on discogs. and what's worse for a late comer: arriving at a point, when all records are sold and it is utterly impossible to get a copy. Or: arriving at a point when there are still copies left even though they cost 50€ (a value which the record doesn't loose. in fact, I predict that prices for this record haven't peaked yet by far). I personally prefer the latter. Can't wait for my copy.