What Does Your Soul Look Like

Mo Wax – MW027

12"

1994-06

Design: Ben Drury

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First release of the maxi with the iconic matte black sleeve, counterfeits were pressed with a glossy sleeve instead.

Mo Wax – MW027P1 to P4

3 x 10", Blue, Limited

1995

Design: Req1

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A set of 3 single-sided midnight blue records with a unique DJ Shadow graffiti, based on a design by street artist Ian Cassar aka Req1. The design on each side is the mirrored negative of the other.

 

Quoting Shadow, this is probably his back catalogue's favorites, but also one of the hardest to find in a decent condition.

Curiously the records are for Part 1, Part 3 and Part 4. There is no disc with a Part 2, and it remains unknown if any was ever pressed.

Mo Wax – MW087

12"

1997

Design: ?

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2 drum & bass remixes by DJ Die and Peshay. An American white label exists with the Peshay remix on both sides.

Island Records – 9839603

12", Unreleased Reissue

2006

Design: ?

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Part of a Mo Wax Classics series that was shut down before it could hit the market, yet the records were pressed already, and some copies have surfaced.

Mo Wax – MW027CD

CD

1995

Design: Ben Drury

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Like for the vinyl with the black sleeve, the CD has all 4 parts, typography by Shadow.

In an interview, Shadow said that the photography on the back was ripped from his philosophy text book.

Mo Wax – MW027CDL

CD, Limited

1996

Design: Ben Drury

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Released at the same time as the black CD sleeve, this is the full picture from the above release, printed on a wallet kind of packaging. Typography by Shadow.

Mo Wax – MW027

Cassette, Advance

1994

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Handmade advanced tape on a purple tinted cassette.

Mo Wax – MW087

Cassette, Promo

1997

Design: Swifty

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Clear tape housed in a die-cut brown j-card.

Promo for the D&B remixes.

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