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The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.
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From: "alastair kelly"
Date: March 24, 2006 8:22:31 AM CST
Subject: TRACK ID
I'm desperately trying to get hold of one of your tracks!!
It was the last track played on Dave Clarke's Essential Mix, June 1994. It was listed as:
DJ T-1000 - "The Real Shit" (Generator)
I've been looking through the Generator Records catalogue and can't find any track called that, under any alias of your's that i know of. The closest thing i could see was 'The Real Camille," on this release:
Please help me to ID it.... I need that track..
The track you're looking for is actually a soundbite at the end of the b-side of GEN002 (DJ T-1000 Liquid Metal Meltdown 10"), it is mis-identified on Discogs. The sample was taken from an old tape of a New Music Seminar panel. The voice you hear is Juan Atkins, not me, as many have thought.
That record has been out of print for years and years, I only have 2 of my own (a label copy and a white label), and no they're not for sale =)
And never name a track after a girlfriend. You'll live to regret it.
From: stuart adams
Date: April 1, 2006 8:12:24 AM CST
Subject: johnny gambit / gambit associates
please could you tell me which particular comics by
alan d oldham, were included with which particular
transmat releases; also what was the artwork design of
those particular transmat releases?
thanking you in anticipation
stuart, teesside, cleveland, uk
My "Gambit and Associates" # 1 was featured inside "Nude Photo" which I also did the art for. That artwork depicted a pair of legs with mesh pantyhose and high heels on the a-side, and a female bomber pilot on the b-side, with a red jacket. If you have that one, then that is the 1st pressing and is valuable. Derrick later put out pressings with other label art that was not as memorable as mine, ha ha.
Any questions for me? firstname.lastname@example.org
-AO :: 6:10 PM ::