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Round TwoNew Day

Label:Main Street Records – MSR-04
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, Dub Techno

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A1New Day (Club Vocal Mix)7:41
A2New Day (Edit)4:52
BNew Day (Dub)10:43
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All tracks run at 125 BPM.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): MSR04A Metropolis Mastering Chicago M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): MSR04B M.M.M.J.R.
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Risingson
I was having my coffee, a random playlist jumped into this one, and I found myself crying at the "There ain't nothing standing in our way". And of course I have not been clubbing in months. This is the most beautiful deep house track ever. At least at this moment in my headspace.
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pookeyblow
Bought a repress and it sounds great. Are people forgetting that the song already has added static and noise to it? It's intentional.
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slamerinline8
I don’t know about u guyz, but I could make sweet love to this record all nite, with champagne breaks every hour till the first sunrays shines through the window.
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WhereWereYou
such an astounding but simply constructed record...new day indeed ...get the OG copy
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antivinylclub
Purchased a brand new, shrink wrapped copy of this classic.

The volume is really low, and the dub on the B side has ruined the highs, they sound like little crackles!

For the record, I'm using a 2 week old Concorde Mix MkII cartridge, with Pro S stylus, with 3.5g tracking weight.

Avoid the repress, such a shame.
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sturven
I bought and original 12" of this ultra magnificent example of deepness in great condition back in 2011. It sounds mega fabulous on my SL1200's with Ortofon Black Concorde spherical plug in cartridge and 3.5 grams tonearm pressure and 2.5 on the anti skate dial.
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wutupake
Lyrics:

Hurt by someone,
heart is beating bad.

Need the love,
need the love,
the love that we had.

I don't nowhere to begin,
in the state that I'm in.

Don't let me suffer,
dont let me suffer,
in the suffering.

Noooonoooo.

Feels like a twenty four hour sleep,
ease my mind,
dream,
your love is deep.

Baby don't you know,
I don't want you to go.

Don't wanna shout about it,
shout about it.

Where did we go wrong tell me,
for the love that we had was so strong.
Give me your love,
give me your love,
and tell me, tell me that you need it.

Nobody else than to be yourself,
understands what makes you feel fine.

Can you feel it in me,
this is where I wanne be now.
I want you, you know
this is true.
In my heart,
I want your love for all time.

Don't wanna shout about it,
shout abotut it.

to know,
Where did we go wrong?
For the love that we had was so strong.

Don't wanna shout about it,
shout abuot it.

to know,
where did we go wrong, tell me.
For the love that we had was so strong.

Open your eyes and you will see,
that this was meant to be.

There ain't nothing standing in our way,
we got a new day.
There ain't nothing standing in our way,
we got a new day

[Source: https://www.songtexte.com/songtext/round-two/new-day-3b86b09c.html]
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charleehotel
Pressing on this is hooooorible. Very low pressing. Its almost inaudible its so low and muffly
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jackoldman
B side mannn!! its where its at... vocals good too, but the dub version..
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m44-7
three copies here, each from different batch - all sound crisp, with very satisfying S/N ratio. If i spot a shit pressing i'll let you know, but pressing complaints should always include cartridge used, condition of the stylus, tone arm alignment.

the somewhat fizzy, highly rezonant synth stabs are not to everybody's taste, but this has nothing to do with the pressing.