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Label:99 Records (2) – 99-04 EP, 99 Records (2) – FAC 34
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, Blue & Silver Labels
Genre:Rock, Funk / Soul
Style:No Wave, Funk, Post-Punk


A1You're No Good
B1Earn It

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"FAC 34" catalog number appears on the spine.

[A1 to A3] Recorded at Eastern Artists, New Jersey, USA. Mixed at Strawberry Studios, Manchester, England.
[B1 to B3] Recorded live at Hurrah, N.Y.C., 12/3/80.
r & © 1981 Nine Nine Music (ASCAP) Printed in U.S.A. [sleeve]
Published by Nine Nine Music ℗ & © ASCAP 1981. Printed in U.S.A. [label]

Authentic original pressings can be identified by the copyright text ring on labels, and Masterdisk/EDP stamps and "HW" (Howie Weinberg) signature in runouts.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): ESG.04.EP.A (EDP) MASTERDISK HW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): ESG.04.EP.B (EDP) MASTERDISK HW
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
ESG (12", EP, 45 RPM, Green & Black Labels)99 Records (2), 99 Records (2)99-04 EP, FAC 34US1981
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ESG (12", 45 RPM, EP, Pink & Black Labels)99 Records (2), 99 Records (2)99-04 EP, FAC 34US1981
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ESG (12", 45 RPM, EP, Yellow / Blue Labels)99 Records (2), 99 Records (2)99-04 EP, FAC 34US1981
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ESG (12", 45 RPM, EP, Light Blue Label)99 Records (2), 99 Records (2)99-04 EP, FAC 34US1981
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ESG (12", EP, 45 RPM, Reissue, Unofficial Release)99 Records (3), 99 Records (3)99-04 EP, FAC 342017


Dues's avatar
Late 70’s New Wave, Funk, Punk, Hip Hop, _______ and ______ you fill in the blanks ..
Incredible multi genre, trail blazing all girl band from the South Bronx in New York City*
MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
Edited 2 years ago
UFO by ESG would have probably been influenced by this I Wonder 21:40 by TBGMachine ;)
AndersBakfeldt's avatar
How can you tell which is the first?, first three seems to be identical, is it a matter of triple entries for the same record?
MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
UFO ... Throbbing Gristle- Tanith.... Both are equally stark tunes in my bestest vocal opinion ...Its the name of the game.... ;)
bestokid's avatar
I have one with all descriptions stated but record has green inner labels. All pictures I see here have blue and silver or white. Does anyone know which copy it might be it has masterdisk and 99-04ep/fac34...thanks everyone
Riot_Nrrrd's avatar
Edited 11 years ago
I'm not in front of my (original) copy right now, but I could swear that the spine says both 99 Records and Factory Records - i.e. it's a split release. These Discogs entries make it seem like the 12" was on 99 and the 7" was on Factory, mutually exclusive to each other. Not so.

Edit: I now have it in front of me. It is definitely a split release 12". The spine says

99-04 EP / FAC 34 [some space] E S G [some space] 99 RECORDS ® & © 1981 NINE NINE MUSIC (ASCAP) PRINTED IN U.S.A.
Miz's avatar
This is probably the best EP of all time. Growing up in Brooklyn/Bed-Stuy in the 80's, UFO was one of the TOP 5 Uptown beats (i.e. hip-hop) of all time (slowed to 33rpm). We rocked Earn It also. As I got into house music a little later, I found out that Moody was a garage/house classic. So no matter what you're into, this EP has a classic for ya!