Why is this???

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  1. djflicky

    djflicky Well-Known Member

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    Original Nuttah They Call My Dad Machete

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    Oh my god its all mixed up

    just a rough guess but the profiler song says "build urself a home" like having a home is like having a profile. so profiler may well be the good tune we like with the family guy sample on :D

    so ur teeling me its profiler vip not artisan vip? :rinsed:
     
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    djflicky Well-Known Member

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    i doubt andy c would have made the mistake on nightlife 4 but its interesting
     
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    Blurr Wasted Selection

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    or maybe the "build urself a home" refers to the fact that an artisan is a skilled craftsman e.g. carpenter/electritian/plumber

    :shrug:
     
  5. Original Nuttah

    Original Nuttah They Call My Dad Machete

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    well, everyone seemed to have got the ra! remixes the wrong way around including frictions side of the friction / fabio dnb arena cd :confused:
     
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    I cant be assed to look now, but maybe it's just because the label is printed on the wrong side of the vinyl? If it is?
     
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    gcurt1s Buried Audio

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    haha, "artisan vip sounds nothing like the original!!!"
     
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    jones-e Junglist

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    lol it sounds almost identical.... and the vinyl does have the labels on the wrong way round hence the cock upsss....e that
    profiler vip would be bigtime hench tho!
     
  9. DJ Wizz

    DJ Wizz Bless, Union, Force FM

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    i swear this happens all the time where labels dont get put on the right way round and it causes mass confusion all round. if any1 has the commix Call to Mind LP i swear theyre nearly all wrong and the hospital Friendly Fire EP
     
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    muzzadj POW!

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    lol savage..

    All this shit happened with Power of Ra rmx's now i have fuck all idea which one is which lol
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    The one that sounds like a car horn on crack is the G Dub one :2thumbs:
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Its most likely that the presses have been labelled up incorrectly and the fact that the no-knowledge tools that work in these places probably don't know their arseholes from their earholes.
     
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    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    hahaha what a description! Bravo
     
  14. Riisu

    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    yup. labels wrong way round.

    icicle - spartan / hang on as pressed up wrongly too.