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Levon Vincent - Solemn Days EP Album

Levon Vincent - Solemn Days EP Album

  • Performer: Levon Vincent
  • Genre: Electron
  • Title: Solemn Days EP
  • Released: 07 May 2009
  • Style: Dub Techno, Deep House
  • Label: Deconstruct Music
  • Catalog: DEC-02
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2035 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2924 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 517


1Polar Bear Make Nice With That Sea Lion
2Solemn Days


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DEC-02Levon Vincent Solemn Days EP ‎(12", EP, RP, W/Lbl)Deconstruct MusicDEC-02US2014


  • Mastered ByMJR


First pressings have the complete title of the B side "Polar Bear Make Nice With That Sea Lion" stamped on white label,
the repress only "Polar Bear". This is the difference beetwen the original and reissue.


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DEC-02-A PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DEC-02-B RE PCMJR


  • Mastered At – Prairie Cat Mastering



Aria Aria
absolut overrated record...there is no Soul, no Funk, no Groove ..and still a re-press had to be made... I am asking myself why People can listen to such dead & soulless's not because it is synthetic or minimal, is simply boring and all young clubbers, Dj's, Producer...we did it already yesterday...
Conjuril Conjuril
It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway, that "Solemn Days" is a blinding tune! Trippy as hell in a Basic Channel style. Which means you're either trolling for all you're worth, or your taste is somewhere around Uranus! It's definitely one or the other.
Whitehammer Whitehammer
Yes, you are maybe right..but try to listen other stuff.. improve yourself by discovering new and old house tunes, and believe me one day you will take distance to this cheap s***
Exellent Exellent
mate... just do more drugs :D wonderful trax imo. taste is a subjective thing you know
Minha Minha
"I am asking myself why People can listen to such dead & soulless Music." "we did it already yesterday."Are you saying that music of the past is "soulless"?
Daron Daron
Completely rediculous, negative attitude which clearly speaks volumes about your character. Try being more in the present. p.s. I'm not a 'young' clubber lol... I'm a veteran.
Malanim Malanim
When you get to a certain age, it is tempting to say: 'We did this all before...and better'. In reality, you just come off sounding like a bitter old fool. Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath recorded some of the greatest rock music that will ever be - does that mean no one else should pick up a guitar? No. It doesn't matter what happened yesterday. Put on some old Jeff Mills or Joey Beltram or Juan Atkins and enjoy that - then put on some Levon, Anthony Naples or Kyle Hall and get in to that too. Kids that hear this in a club tonight ain't worrying about what happened 20 years ago.
September September
I'm happy to secure myself a copy with the repress, Solemn Days is weapon I'd like to have at my disposal, I think its a vicious curve ball to throw at a crowd. If it's not your thing that's cool you're entitled to your opinion, but at least speak for yourself, because many people think otherwise
Hiclerlsi Hiclerlsi
Welcome repress. One thing no one ever mentions with represses - esp. when they are a few years old (Solemn Days originally came out FIVE years ago) is that not everyone would have been in a position to buy them when they originally came out. So its not a question - for many people - of having "slept on it" originally: e.g. they might have been 11 years old in 2009 and are only now getting into Levon's music, or they might have not been able to afford the $15-$20 (inc. shipping) for a 12" single at the time, etc. Vinyl is an increasingly expensive format - esp. if you don't live in a big city with a cutting edge dance music/vinyl store, and if people are going to continue to support it - then the music should be as accessible as possible. Levon Vincent has a great track record of making his music available again … ditto Larry Heard, Theo Parrish …
The Apotheoses of Lacspor The Apotheoses of Lacspor
Absolutely agree.
Wiliniett Wiliniett
Not sure how I feel about the Repress I like that Levons EPs are hard to get
Lonesome Orange Kid Lonesome Orange Kid
Does it effect your ego and make you feel less of a DJ? Represses are always welcome. The more people who can and wish to appreciate Levon Vincent's music can only be perceived as a good thing in my opinion.
Eseve Eseve
In the end, what really matters is the quality of the music, not the fact that is hard to get.Repress's in my opinion are always welcome, supporting the artist and the label is never a bad thing. Plus, prices speculation on discogs sometimes is a surreal thing to watch.
LadyShlak LadyShlak
Any difference between the repress and original? Runout, anything?
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Qane Qane
Different song titles
Nahn Nahn
the old stamp has the full name on the b side, the new one just says polar bear
Dordred Dordred
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Ttyr Ttyr
Thanks you
Doulkree Doulkree
Got a reissue copy this morning, same white labels with sky blue print on A side, same hand hetched Matrix / Runout.
Nalmergas Nalmergas
Well you know the saying "people with taste, people with money and people with the repress" if you sleep on a record when it's first released and they all sell out what are the options but to pay the price dictated by the market, or hope you can find a cheap one (unlikely) or just wait for the repress? It's a capitalist world!
Perongafa Perongafa
M2MTRACKSI totally agree with you but with 602 at present wanting this, that's easily enough for warranting a ltd 500 copy repress. Why should someone else gain so much more than the creator of the music. If a record of mine was in demand like this, I know what I would do...I'm no mathematician, but if 602 want it, then a 500 copy repress may not be enough? I'm worried for those other 102 people. Will some of them have to share? And what about 3-D printing? We need to talk about this. Claudio will have to change his saying to: 'People with taste, people with money, people with the repress and people with 3-D printers (who I guess also have the money - they're in two of the categories)'. That saying is probably a bit too long now to be considered a saying. Sayings really only work if they trip off the tongue. Cheers.
showtime showtime
I totally agree with you but with 602 at present wanting this, that's easily enough for warranting a ltd 500 copy repress. Why should someone else gain so much more than the creator of the music. If a record of mine was in demand like this, I know what I would do...
Ishnsius Ishnsius
mind blowing ! represssssssssssspleaseee
Ballazan Ballazan
I honestly hate Levon for not repressing his releases. One of my favorite producers. But I missed out on all his records.
Ochach Ochach
7000 copies seems to be an overkill since Levonś music are underground material. Thus have a smaller base of followers and buyers in general.But if he is confident he will sell them all then keep on pressing that amount. If it´s true then i am glad he makes his music accessible and widespread like great music like this should be.
Anaginn Anaginn
He told me some time ago that he presses about 7000 copies of each record, that's a lot. It's quite an investment for him to repress the records, I guess. So that's why not everything is getting a repress right away.
Gindian Gindian
repress, repress, repress......
Xlisiahal Xlisiahal
yeah, lets get a repress, the days of limited pressings need to be a thing of the past, this shit is to good to miss out on.
Gela Gela
Surprised no one's reviewed this one yet...but I supposed its one of his more underrated productions. Solemn Days is a dubby tech-house work out, with a nasty, tricky break....great for the low-slung, concrete basement parties. Polar Bear is a steady bumper...not mind blowing, but definitely a worthwhile flip, no filler. "Solemn Days" is my favorite by a good leap, though!