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Ice-T, The Glove* & Dave Storrs*Reckless / Tebitan Jam

Label:Taxidermi Records – xxx1
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
Style:Electro

Tracklist

A1Reckless (Vocal)
A2Reckless (Instrumental)
B1Tebitan Jam (Vocal)
B2Tebitan Jam (Instrumental)
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Full label version with writing credits on 1 line.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): XXX1-A L-37413
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): XXX1-B L-37413X

Other Versions (5 of 13)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Reckless / Tibetan Jam (12", 45 RPM, Promo, Stereo)Polydor881 195-1 DJUS1984
Reckless (12", 45 RPM, Stereo)Polydor881 195-1US1984
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Reckless (7", 45 RPM, Promo)Polydor881 195-7 DJUS1984
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Reckless / Tibetan Jam (7", 45 RPM, Stereo)Polydor881 195-7US1984
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Reckless (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing)Polydor881 195-1US1984

Reviews

  • Schmolke7005's avatar
    Schmolke7005
    Best Roland TR-808 Handclaps in Electrohistory with C.O.D.-In the Bottle
    • Mr_Fixx's avatar
      Mr_Fixx
      2 questions about this pressing (not the other later pressed versions also listed!) - Can anyone help please....

      1. Length of A1 track - Is it the edit or the full length 6.54 version?
      2. Do both B-side tracks play clean with no skip.....? Heard many reports of pressing issues with these Taxidermi releases

      • dylaf's avatar
        dylaf
        Edited 4 years ago
        This version was not pressed in 1984 as the listing suggests... It is a repress of the 84' release, and cut from a different source. The 'L' in the etchings suggests Greg Lee, CA, which makes this a repress.
        • mastic's avatar
          mastic
          This record has quality problems. I have bought two copies of this and both skip on Tebitan Jam instrumental . I am working on my third one and I hope it doesn't skip. Don't buy a copy with VG by it because it will skip. That Jam was played so much that I think they just wore the groves out. Both copies I bought had VG + advertised but that's my luck.
          • duanevinyl's avatar
            duanevinyl
            one of the best instrementals nown to man keep tellin idiots listen to stuff like this not that slow rap people call electro dont get me wrong new yorks good but ya cant beat miami beats and dont be told eny diffrent thanks
            • CenkAkyol's avatar
              CenkAkyol
              Edited 16 years ago
              This is what electro is. After a decade, sadly electro trying to be introduced once again with electro clash and lately electro house. C'mon clash ahs nothing to do with electronic music and please don't make house music sound cheap by puttinh electro before it. Everybody lived electro 20 years ago. And this vinyl has always been the best reference for the past, present and future.
              One thing I'm curious with this is that you can hear the acid sound in the track how come in that year?! Anyway everything is great in that production, perfect!
              • DJ343's avatar
                DJ343
                I picked this up on New Year's Day, 1992. Little bit of trivia for Dynamix II fans and sample hunters... the beginning of the Tibetan Jam instrumental is the beat behind the part in Dynamix II's Ignition that goes "What's the situation now? I don't know. I don't know." The other track in there is "State Farm" by Yaz.
                • spork's avatar
                  spork
                  I'm not exactly sure when this re-issue came out, but it's amazing. This is the one to get! Forget the original on Polydor. This version has instrumental versions of the two tracks, and they are both amazing. Especially "Tebitan Jam." The vocal version is great, but without the spoken lyrics it becomes a completely new experience. All in all, this is probably one of the greatest old-school electro jams. This record is right up there with Al-Naafiysh and Planet Rock.