DMX Krew | 20 Years | Classics, Unreleased & Remixes

by DMX Krew

  • Record/Vinyl

    ONLY AVAILABLE IN HI QUALITY VINYL FORMAT - LACQUER MASTERING

    This project is available in two different versions:

    CLASSIC RECORD SHOP PLASTIC BAG
    - This version is available only writing here: info@fundamental-records.com
    - The classic plastic bag for vinyl records with the Oberheim logo customized.
    - Inside, twelve vinyl records lacquer mastering with classics tracks of DMX Krew, unreleased and remixes by JTC, Cylob, Jodey Kendrick, Bintus, Lotek Style, Brian Ellis, DJ Di'ijtal, Aux88 and Aphex Twin.

    OBERHEIM DRUM MACHINE BOX REPLICA (pics soon)
    - Twelve vinyl records lacquer mastering with classics tracks of DMX Krew, unreleased and remixes by JTC, Cylob, Jodey Kendrick, Bintus, Lotek Style, Brian Ellis, DJ Di'ijtal, Aux88 and Aphex Twin.
    - Two custom slipmats
    - Hi-quality T-Shirt (S-M-L-XL-XXL-XXXL)
    - Replica Oberheim DMX drum machine manufactured in clear plexiglass and wooden sides. (this is a box for the records, not a full working drum machine!)


    FUNDAMENTAL RECORDS PRESENTS:
    DMX KREW | 20 YEARS | CLASSICS, UNRELEASED & REMIXES

    As you know Ed DMX is one of the most prolific musicians of recent years. He is well known for his works for Rephlex and also for other labels such as Strange Life, Stilleben, Shipwrec, Abstract Forms, CPU, and many more including his own labels Breakin' and Fresh Up Records.

    Last year we released "100 Tears" on Fundamental Records, a double album composed in a very special moment with very basic equipment, a delicious album that sold out in only 48 hours, a very hard to find masterwork if you don't want to pay the extortionate prices of Discogs.
    At Fundamental Records we are truly lovers of DMX Krew, we have most of his releases on our shelves, and after "100 Tears" we started to talk about releasing a very special project featuring unreleased tracks from the archives plus alternate versions of old tracks, brand new remixes, and some old favorites remastered.

    The result is a compilation of twelve beautifully designed vinyl records with a very special selection made scrupulously by Ed and mastered for vinyl by Alek Stark. This process has been conducted painstakingly over the last six months and each record will be cut and manufactured using Lacquer Mastering for the best possible sound, and will be available only in vinyl format.

    Included in this selection of tracks are remixes by JTC, Cylob, Jodey Kendrick, Bintus, Lotek Style, Brian Ellis, DJ Di'ijtal, Aux88 and Aphex Twin.

    This is a unique project from a unique artist, and Fundamental Records is really proud to have the opportunity to release surely one of the best projects of the year.

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LAST COPIES: we have only a few copies in our personal stock, if you are interested in this project please write here:
info@fundamental-records.com

Of course in case we have some unit when you write the price will be the original price 250 euro + shipping.

ATTENTION: the purchase of this compilation does not include digital download.

THIS RELEASE IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN VINYL FORMAT

You can listen here:
soundcloud.com/alekstark/sets/dmx-krew-20-years-dmx-replica

FUNDAMENTAL RECORDS PRESENTS:
DMX KREW | 20 YEARS | CLASSICS, UNRELEASED & REMIXES

As you know Ed DMX is one of the most prolific musicians of recent years. He is well known for his works for Rephlex and also for other labels such as Strange Life, Stilleben, Shipwrec, Abstract Forms, CPU, and many more including his own labels Breakin' and Fresh Up Records.

Last year we released "100 Tears" on Fundamental Records, a double album composed in a very special moment with very basic equipment, a delicious album that sold out in only 48 hours, a very hard to find masterwork if you don't want to pay the extortionate prices of Discogs.
At Fundamental Records we are truly lovers of DMX Krew, we have most of his releases on our shelves, and after "100 Tears" we started to talk about releasing a very special project featuring unreleased tracks from the archives plus alternate versions of old tracks, brand new remixes, and some old favorites remastered.

The result is a compilation of twelve beautifully designed vinyl records with a very special selection made scrupulously by Ed and mastered for vinyl by Alek Stark. This process has been conducted painstakingly over the last six months and each record will be cut and manufactured using Lacquer Mastering for the best possible sound, and will be available only in vinyl format.

Included in this selection of tracks are remixes by JTC, Cylob, Jodey Kendrick, Bintus, Lotek Style, Brian Ellis, DJ Di'ijtal, Aux88 and Aphex Twin.

This is a unique project from a unique artist, and Fundamental Records is really proud to have the opportunity to release surely one of the best projects of the year.

credits

released March 29, 2016

FR011-001 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

DMX Bass (Previously released on Breakin’ Records BRK-1)
Rock Your Body (Original Demo) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Breakin’ Records BRK-1)
Deep Sea Pressure (1996 track previously only available on a Japan-only Promo CD “Lots Of Plots” on Poplot Records, and on the cover-mounted CD from the magazine “Safety In Numbers” produced for SINfest in 2001)
Magic Trax (Previously unreleased track from 1996)

FR011-002 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

Cerberus (Previously released on Power Vacuum POWAVAC-002. Thanks to Milo Smee and Power Vacuum for permission)
Vicious Bleebz (Bintus Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Super Rhythm Trax SRTX-004. Remix by Bintus Thanks to Jerome Hill and Super Rhythm Trax for permission)
Snoopy (Previously unreleased track from 2015)

FR011-003 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

Tonight (Previously released on Rephlex CAT155 CD. Previously unavailable on vinyl)
The Fallen Kings (Previously released on Rephlex CAT155 CD. Previously unavailable on vinyl)
Dark Funk (Previously unreleased track from 2008. Guitar by David Rainger)
William The Conqueror (Previously released on Rephlex CAT155 CD and CAT176 LP)
White Noise / Black Hole (Analogue) (Previously released on Sonic Groove SG05-31. Thanks to Adam X and Sonic Groove for permission)
fx-3400P (Previously unreleased track from 2003)
Lies Inside (Original Instrumental) (Previously unreleased. A very different version was released on Ghostly International GI-14)
William The Conqueror (Instrumental) (Previously unreleased)

FR011-004 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

Bad Boy (Previously released on Turbo for download only as part of TURBO 057 (Previously unavailable on vinyl) (Thanks to Turbo for permission))
The Game (Instrumental) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Permanent Vacation PERMVAC 069-1)
Make Me (Vocals by Tracy) (Previously released on Ghostly International GI-5 and GI-6) (Thanks to Sam Valenti IV and Ghostly International for permission)
Last Days (Previously released on Rephlex CAT086 LP and CD)

FR011-005 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

Adrenalin Flow (Aux 88 Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT072 T / CAT072 X. Remix by Aux 88)
Adrenalin Flow (Computor Rockers Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT072 T / CAT072 X. Remix by Computor Rockers)
ZX Spectrum (Original Version) (Previously released on Breakin’ Records MPC2001)
ZX Spectrum (DJ Di’jital Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Breakin’ Records MPC2001) (Remix by DJ Di’jital courtesy of Di’jital Axcess)

FR011-006 12" - 140gr. Clear Vinyl

When The Going Gets Weird... (Previously released on Rephlex CAT155 LP and CD)
Alpha Centauri (Previously released on Kust Musik KUST003. Thanks to Johan Inkinen and Kust for permission)
Cold Heart Part 1 (Previously unreleased track from 1997)
Soda (Previously released on Dance Arena Productions DAP07)
Memory Cube (Previously unreleased track from 2004)
FX500 (Previously unreleased track from 2002)

FR011-007 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

The Glass Room (Extended Mix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT086 LP and CD)
You Can Do It (Re-EQ) (Newly equalised version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT061 LP and CD)
Can U Feel The Power? (Previously released on Rephlex CAT061 LP and CD)
Street Boys (Extended Dub Mix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT086 LP and CD)
He Exists! (2015 Edit) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Japan-only CD Poplot LKCR-10028)
Get With You (Previously released on Rephlex CAT086 LP and CD)
Photographs by tonetweakers.com - vintage synth specialists. Thanks to AFX for lending me the EMS Vocoder 2000 used on all these tracks.

FR011-008 12" - 180gr. Black Vinyl

You Can’t Hide Your Love (Aphex Twin Mix) (Previously released on Rephlex CAT053 LP and CD. Vocals by Tracy Remix by Richard D. James. Written by Ed DMX and Richard D. James)
SPACE PIRATE! (Lotek Style Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT053 LP and CD Remix by Lotek Style)
I’m All Alone (Original) (Previously released on Rephlex CAT053 LP and CD)
I’m All Alone (Instrumental) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT053 LP and CD)
I’m All Alone (Cylob’s Mix) (Previously released on Rephlex CAT061 LP and CD. Remix by Chris Jeffs)

FR011-009 12" - 140gr. White Vinyl

Guest House (JTC Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rush Hour “No Label” RHD011-DMX. Remix by Tadd Mullinix Thanks to Mark Cremins and Rush Hour for permission)
Kitchen Bench (JK Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rush Hour “No Label” RHD011-DMX. Remix by Jodey Kendrick Thanks to Mark Cremins and Rush Hour for permission)
Photographs by Cesca Dvorak.

FR011-010 12" - 180gr. Yellow Vinyl

Didn’t I? (Extended Version) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Fresh Up Records FRESH009)
Funky Dancer (Previously released on Fresh Up Records FRESH006)
Galaxy Love (Brian Ellis Remix) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Fresh Up Records FRESH009. Remix by Brian Ellis)
Keep On Keepin’ On (Previously unavailable on vinyl. Previously released on Japan-only CD Poplot LKCR-10028)
Let’s Rock (Previously unavailable on vinyl. Previously released on Japan-only CD Poplot LKCR-10028)

FR011-011 7" - Black Vinyl

Bright Colours On A Cloudy Day (Previously unreleased track from 2010)
The Fashion Show (Previously unreleased track from 2006)

FR011-012 12" - 140gr. Black Vinyl

DMX Rock )Previously released as “DMX Funk (Rock Mix)” on Rephlex CAT047 EP and CD)
Good Ol’ Daze (Previously released on Rephlex DMX017 EP and CD
Honey (Previously released on Rephlex CAT086 LP and CD)
Konnichi Wa! (Instrumental) (Previously unreleased version of a track taken from Rephlex CAT086 LP and CD)
I Can’t Control The Feeling (Previously released on Rephlex CAT198 EP and CAT204 CD)

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Everything by Ed DMX except where otherwise noted above.


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Thanks to all the remixers for their fantastic productions, all the labels who released my music and gave permission for tracks to be used, Rob and DAP for starting me off, Grant and Rich and the rest at RepHlex, Mike and Danny from Kudos Records, Dave for the amazing guitar playing, Louise for the wonderful clothes and photograph, Karlie for the introduction to Louise, Alek for the concept, mastering and support, Mini for the vocoder photos, Cesca for her lush photos and everything else, and Opal.

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