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UXB - Part 1 / Part 2

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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LIRUS 1208U.X.B. Part 1 / Part 2 ‎(12")Large Impact RecordsLIRUS 1208US1994

Notes

White Label.
Later released as part of a remix package for.. 2 Bad Mice - Bombscare ~ Catalog#: MICE 1 ~ Format: 2x12"

Info

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UXB - Part 1 / Part 2

Performer: UXB

Title: Part 1 / Part 2

Country: UK

Release date: 1996

Label: Not On Label

Style: House

Catalog: Y 105

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2042 mb

Size FLAC: 2308 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 328

Record source: Vinyl, 12"

Related to UXB - Part 1 / Part 2

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Why does this say it is Graham Gold from 1996, when it came out as https://www.discogs.com/UXB-Part-1-Part-2/release/886113 by Steve Silver? Can anyone shed any light on it?
Black_Hawk_Down
Why does this say it is Graham Gold from 1996, when it came out as https://www.discogs.com/UXB-Part-1-Part-2/release/886113 by Steve Silver? Can anyone shed any light on it?
Guessed right. 2 Bad Mice replied back to me: 'Yeah we faked this :) had it shrink wrapped to look like a US import. See how many clues you can spot (hint: there are loads)'https://twitter.com/2badmice/status/1029067937846620160?s=21
Guessed right. 2 Bad Mice replied back to me: 'Yeah we faked this :) had it shrink wrapped to look like a US import. See how many clues you can spot (hint: there are loads)'https://twitter.com/2badmice/status/1029067937846620160?s=21
Something strange about the other version you linked. Large Impact Records has no other releases, the name sounds a bit like it is connected to 'Bombscare' and also the artwork on the label has the 2 Bad Mice 'peace' circle logo. I reckon that it's a clever attempt at making the official BMG / Moshed release look like a white label. The original white label bootleg by Graham Gold (as U.X.B. was from '94, whereas the other new mixes on BMG were from '96. See P+C credits on https://www.discogs.com/2-Bad-Mice-Bombscare/release/152127
Something strange about the other version you linked. Large Impact Records has no other releases, the name sounds a bit like it is connected to 'Bombscare' and also the artwork on the label has the 2 Bad Mice 'peace' circle logo. I reckon that it's a clever attempt at making the official BMG / Moshed release look like a white label. The original white label bootleg by Graham Gold (as U.X.B. was from '94, whereas the other new mixes on BMG were from '96. See P+C credits on https://www.discogs.com/2-Bad-Mice-Bombscare/release/152127