SoulwaxNite Versions

Label:[PIAS] Recordings – PIASB 060 DLPR, [PIAS] Recordings – 941.0060.018
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Leftfield, Alternative Rock, Disco, Electro House


A2Miserable Girl
A3E Talking
VocalsNancy Whang
C1I Love Techno
D1Accidents And Compliments
D2NY Lipps
Mixed ByKawazaki
VocalsNancy Whang

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Published by Strictly Confidential / We'll Sue You!, except
Track A1 written and composed for Daft Trax. Published by Zomba Music for World excluding France Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France.
Track D2 published by Strictly Confidential / We'll Sue You! / Copyright Control / Steve Greenberg Music / Rick's Music. This track contains a sample of the recording "Funkytown" as performed by Lipps, Inc. (P) 1979 The Island Def Jam Music Group. Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises. Used by permission.

P & C 2005 Play It Again Sam [PIAS]

Some copies came with a “Don’t drink and drive” postcard.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text, scanned): 5413356226010
  • Rights Society: SABAM / BIEM
  • Label Code: LC07800
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): B532556-01 A1 941.0160.012 A NiLZ – THE EXCHANGE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): B532556-01 B1 941.0160.012 B NiLZ – THE EXCHANGE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): B532556-02 C1 941.0160.012 C NiLZ – THE EXCHANGE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): B532556-02 D1 941.0160.012 D NiLZ – THE EXCHANGE.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Nite Versions (CD, Album, Mixed, O-card)[PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] RecordingsPIASB 060 CDR, 941.0060.022Europe2005
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Nite Versions (9×File, Album, MP3, 320 kbps)[PIAS] Recordings941.0060.703Europe2005
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Nite Versions (10×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)[PIAS] Recordingsnone2005
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Nite Versions (CDr, Album, Mixed, Promo, Clamshell Case)[PIAS] RecordingsnoneEurope2005
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Nite Versions (CD, Album, Mixed)[PIAS] Recordings, Addiction RecordsADDCD113Australasia2005



  • sepokalypse's avatar
    Only looking for the c/d side. Please write me a message, if you want to part with the second record.
      • .latti's avatar
        Reissue coming! Get the 15 years anniversary edition on pink and white vinyl at your favorite dealer from November 27, 2020.
        • SammysWax's avatar
          Edited 4 years ago
          Nothing but a Must have album, all Music and Artwork istself it is simply insane !
          Anybody knows how many of these have been pressed at the time ?
          • phelix_optigan's avatar
            The vinyl release differs greatly from its CD counterpart. Firstly it has been trimmed down to 9 tracks from 11. Secondly, the tracks don't segue into one another. I'm guessing that the vinyl is intended to be played at clubs/discos/weddings?? Therefore the tracks end without the next one creeping in. I play this album when I'm getting ready to hit the town. In that scenario I prefer the CD version for its continuous mix and it plays through in one go, where as the vinyl has 4 sides. The vinyl offers a rich tone that is actually really good for testing ones set up, so I play it for sound quality. This, and the accompanying 'Any Minute Now' LP have a limited appeal, it is both alienating and inviting and works incredibly well live so the DVD release of 'Part of the Weekend... ' is also well worth investigating. Like the other review says, 'beware and enjoy'!!
            • Crijevo's avatar
              Edited 18 years ago
              Unlike its CD version demonstrating material in continuous play, 'Nite Versions' work better in this double LP format where each track goes separately with unique trips of electronic hedonism... As Soulwax already proved with previous cuts (and this one is a sister-release to 'Any Minute Now' that features just as equally eye-striking op-art graphics), there's little for everyone - good retro-dance beat with occasional disco-readymades: the one in mind is a cover of Daft Punk's 'Teachers' and the other is rather dispersed version of 'Funky Town' (here modified as 'NY Lipps'). Some of other highlights ('Compute' or 'Miserable Girl' for instance) prove this band offers more than just DJing stand as music is quite derranged from standard dancefloor stuff - irresistible but scarry. Beware and enjoy.


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