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Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob - Burning FLAC album

Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob - Burning FLAC album
Title:
Burning
Performer:
Mystic Matt
Style:
UK Garage
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1873 mb
Other formats:
MP4 AA AIFF ASF VOC VOX FLAC
Genre:
Rating:
4.2 ✪
Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob - Burning FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Burning (The Original Mix)
A2 Burning (New P.A Vocal Mix)
Featuring – MC 2 HypeVocals – Leethal Lady
B1 Burning (2 Step Gutter Mix)
Producer [Additional] – Mystic Matt
B2 Burning (4x4 Mix)
Producer [Additional] – Mystic Matt

Credits

  • Co-producer – Mystic Matt
  • Producer – Just Juice, Tosh

Notes

Presents: The Club Classic "Burning"

10th Year Anniversary Picture Disc

Label Co-Ordinator: Mystic Matt
Produced & Engineered By Just Juice & Tosh For Make-Shift Productions
Co-Produced & Arranged By Mystic Matt
Recorded At Makeshift Studios

A side, track 2 Vocal Recorded at B Productions

Limited Edition 500 Pressings Only

B side incorrectly listed as:
B1: Burning (4x4 Mix)
B2: Burning (2 Step Gutter Mix)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LOVE-03 Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob - Burning ‎(10", Ltd, Pic) Love Peace And Unity Recordings LOVE-03 UK 1997
CC02(3F/02) Ant'ill Mob* Burnin ‎(12") Classic Confetti CC02(3F/02) UK & Europe 2002
CC02 Anthill Mob Burnin ‎(12") Classic Confetti CC02 UK 2001
CC 02 Anthill Mob Burnin ‎(12", Promo) Classic Confetti CC 02 UK 2001
LOVE-03 Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob Mystic Matt & Anthill Mob - Burning ‎(10", S/Sided, Ltd, Pic) Love Peace And Unity Recordings LOVE-03 UK 1997


Reviews:
  • Defolosk
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  • Abywis
Think im gonna agree with ya there Dave, Due to the miss print and the quality of the recording
  • Samutilar
This particular release was at the time only available from HTFR records as far as I am aware. It appears they had the exclusive rights of sale and it may very well have been pressed up by HTFR themselves in their own pressing plant. The record was on sale for quite a long time (about 3 months if my memory serves me well), and therefore I would seriously question the quoted figure of 500 pressed. Unlike the original 10" press which really were only a 500 off pressing.