Midnight In A Perfect World

Mo Wax – MW-057DJ

1996

12", 33RPM, Single, Test Pressing

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Generic Mayking Multi Media labels. This TP plays at 33 RPM as opposed to the mastering chosen for the promo below. Otherwise playing the same tracks.

Mo Wax – MW057DJ

1996

12", 45RPM, Single, Promo

Design: Will Bankhead / Ben Drury

Photography: B+

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A different playing speed indicates that it's not the promo of the above. The tracklist also differs to the street release.

Mo Wax – MW-057

1996

12", 33 RPM, Single, Test Pressing

 

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Generic Mayking Multi Media labels, this is the TP for the street release below.

Mo Wax – MW057

1996 Sept. 2

12", 33 RPM, Single

Design : Will Bankhead / Ben Drury

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Street release of the above with 3 different versions of MIAPW, plus "Mutual Slump".

FFRR ‎– 162-531 084-1

1997 Jan.

12", 33 RPM, Single

Photography: B+

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Sleeve features the late "Motorcycle" John Hillyard in his warehouse."I met John in 1991 or 1992, on a record pilgrimage to Merced, CA", Josh recalls.

FFRR ‎– PR12 7471-1

1996

12", 33 RPM, Single, Promo

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With 2 versions of MIAPW, 2 versions of "The Number Song" including the remix by Cut Chemist and "Red Bus Needs To Leave".

Mo Wax ‎– MW057CD

1996

CD, Single, Promo

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Issued in a slimline jewel case with a front and / or a single back sticker. Disc shows "ref." on top.

Mo Wax ‎– MW057CD / 581 909-2

1996 Sept. 2

CD, Single

Design : Will Bankhead / Ben Drury

Photography: B+

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Comes in a card sleeve which holds an inner card sleeve. It looks very similar to the one below, but has 2 cat# and was made by PMDC as per the matrix.

Mo Wax ‎– MW057CD

1996 Sept. 2

CD, Single

Design : Will Bankhead / Ben Drury

Photography: B+

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Comes in a card sleeve which holds an inner card sleeve. It looks very similar to the one above, but has 1 cat# and was made by PDO as per the matrix.

FFRR ‎– PRCD 7392-2

1996

CD, Single, Promo

Design : Will Bankhead / Ben Drury  Photography: B+

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Issued in standard jewel case with front and rear inserts. In 2017, Shadow didn't remember what was the J.S Edit was. He mentioned a possible typo by Ben Drury.