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    ILLMATIC 28 years old today

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    when are they just going to release a straight up 2LP version of this.
    All of the anniversary releases and reissues have been single vinyl...
    aka DJ JUST-1............. "So what you on, huh, dope or dog food?"

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    never, its only 40 mins long & you only get a reduction in sound quality when you try & put more than 20 mins on a side of vinyl

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    I'm sure there will be a 2xLP, 45rpm, audiophile version at some point but it really would be a pain in the ass to turn it over every 10 mins!

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    aside from the intro I think 'One Time..' is the only track that hasn't appeared on a 12" of some sort if you want loud pressings.
    Would prefer labels focused on giving us some 2LP reissues of things that haven't been repressed multiple times already!

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    ... I'm only interested in the demos that haven't leaked yet

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    Double LP with the the Aint hard to tell Large Pro remix, the One Love remix and the Q tip remix of World is yours all in one package would be great.

    Anyone who wouldnt want that should give up listening to hip hop
    aka DJ JUST-1............. "So what you on, huh, dope or dog food?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by record-sniffer View Post
    Double LP with the the Aint hard to tell Large Pro remix, the One Love remix and the Q tip remix of World is yours all in one package would be great.

    Anyone who wouldnt want that should give up listening to hip hop
    those remixes are all amazing, but I'd want something a little extra from the unreleased vaults, they kind of did it with Villain, but then didn't press it on vinyl so we did it with Jae Supreme... people seem to forget that release

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    Quote Originally Posted by raredave View Post
    those remixes are all amazing, but I'd want something a little extra from the unreleased vaults, they kind of did it with Villain, but then didn't press it on vinyl so we did it with Jae Supreme... people seem to forget that release
    the Jae Supreme was an excellent release, but you're right, never see it mentioned when it should be a creamer for the QB fanatics.

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    not forgotten and greatly received over here…
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    Jae Supreme was an incredible release..I agree, it doesn’t get the props it deserves.

    Big up to my man Canns. Beers and long overdue catch up required soon mate

 

 

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