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Justice (3)

Label:Because Music – BEC5772110, Ed Banger Records – BEC5772110
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro House, French House

Tracklist

A1Genesis
A2Let There Be Light
B3D.A.N.C.E.
B4Newjack
B5Phantom
B6Phantom Pt II
C7Valentine
C8Tthhee Ppaarrttyy
Vocals [Featuring]Uffie
Written-ByA.C. Hartley*, F. Pianta*
C9DVNO
Vocals [Featuring]DVNO
Written-ByM. Pinson*
D10Stress
D11Waters Of Nazareth
D12One Minute To Midnight
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Notes

Issued in a gatefold sleeve. Printed inner sleeves.
Some copies came with fold-out poster.

Reissued in 2021, see Justice (3) - † (Cross), with new laser etched MPO logos and specific MPO numbers in the runout areas.

℗&© 2007 Ed Banger Records under exclusive license to Because Music.

Mastered by Nilesh Patel at The Exchange, London.
Recorded in Paris by Jus†ice.

Track positions are listed sequentially, as they are on the release.

#4 contains a sample of "You Make Me Wanna Wiggle" by Brothers Johnson
#5 contains a sample of "Tenebrae" by Goblin
#10 contains a sample of "Night On A Disco Mountain" by David Shire

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060107721104
  • Rights Society: BEL BIEM / SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout (A side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 A2 NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 B2 NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (C side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 C1 NIL / SD - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (D side run-out): BEC 577 211 0 D1 MPO NIL / SD - THE EXCHANGE

Other Versions (5 of 36)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
† (Cross) (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Enhanced)Because Music, Wagram Music, Ed Banger RecordsBEC5772109, 3124712UK & Europe2007
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(CD, Album, Black)Because Music, Ed Banger RecordsBEC5772108, 3124702UK & France2007
Recently Edited
† (Cross) (2×LP, 7", Single, Box Set, Limited Edition, Numbered)Ed Banger Records, Arcade ModeAM SP 001France2007
Recently Edited
(CD, Album, Black)Ed Banger Records, Because Music2564 62986 2Europe2007
Recently Edited
(CD, Album)Downtown, Ed Banger Records, Vice Records224892-2US2007

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Reviews

  • elljake4's avatar
    elljake4
    Amazing sounding press, bassy and loud almost to the point of being blown out (purposefully) - such a fun listen.
    • LordFarquad's avatar
      LordFarquad
      Near perfect pressing. Everything sounds superb on this pressing, the only small issue is that there is some slight sibillance on D.A.N.C.E., Tthhee Ppaarrttyy and DVNO. Appart from that the sound is stunning, the volume is high, and everything is clear.
      • TheThirdChild's avatar
        Edited one year ago
        This is the best you'll hear this album, incredible sound quality! One of the best pressings I've ever heard of a digitally produced album. So loud, punchy, and crisp; while also being very full and has a ton of depth. Idk how the VMP pressing compares, but I honestly don't think there's anyway this could be improved upon. Get it! Also, you can get it way cheaper than the VMP pressing
        • zevulon's avatar
          zevulon
          I guess recent reviewers and sellers alike refer to the 2021 repress Justice (3) - † (Cross) and not this initial 2007 pressing,
          The 2021 pressing is determined by the new MPO laser etched logo + numbers starting with 21 = 2021 (MPO didn't use any numbers back in 2007, just a hand etched MPO)
          • hewitt2's avatar
            hewitt2
            Sounds awesome - slight static at the beginning on side A but other than that it’s game on!
            • trixner's avatar
              trixner
              Great sound overall. Good pressing. Lot's of static out of the sleeve but after cleaning and a full run on both sides it seems to have subsided.
              • KMDPDG's avatar
                KMDPDG
                This pressing is legit. Loud, in your face and not a hint of surface noise detected on the vinyl. Very pleased with this release
                • dicedpeas's avatar
                  dicedpeas
                  Edited 2 years ago
                  I can easily say this beats the CD version by a mile. Yes, there is compression intentionally added, but the wax version is so much more dynamic and easy to listen to. The whole thing sounds more crisp. I only have the slightest of sibilance on The Party, but it's nothing distracting. I can see where it could get bad if you're even slightly misaligned or if you have a lower end TT.

                  Anyway, these are the types of records that get me excited, love hearing an old favorite sounding even better than I'm used to.
                  • milkman345's avatar
                    milkman345
                    Great sounding record. It sounds beautifully flat and loud. All though there is a crapton of sibilance during TTHHEE PPAARRTTYY. The record arrived dirty as hell, but that's to be expected. Music wise, a classic.
                    • Blondedddd's avatar
                      Blondedddd
                      Edited 2 years ago
                      really good record. literally no surface noise as far as i could tell. had some really deep bass and sounds even better than the digital version. but.... side c and d are swapped around. stress is on side c when its post to be on side d. not a big issue, at least not enough for me to return it.

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