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Bottin - Sage Oil album

Bottin - Sage Oil album
Performer: Bottin
Title: Sage Oil
Released: 2010
Country: Netherlands
Style: Italo-Disco, Disco
Genre: Electro / Funk - Soul
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 875
MP3 size: 1291 mb
FLAC size: 1930 mb


Sage Oil
Hot Lizard


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARTIFACTS 1 Bottin Sage Oil ‎(12", Unofficial, Red) Artifact ARTIFACTS 1 Netherlands 2010
ARTIFACTS 1 Bottin Sage Oil ‎(12", RP, Unofficial, Red) Artifact ARTIFACTS 1 Netherlands 2010

Bottin (William Bottin) is producer, dj and sound designer based in Venice, Italy View the full artist profile. Bottin announces new album, I Have What I Gave. The Italian house and disco artist's next LP lands in October.

Sage comme une image (Spiller Remix). Sage comme une image (Club Mix). Sage Comme Une Image (Spiller Instrumental).

Companies, etc. Pressed By – Record Industry – 86770. Side B is a cover version of the Theme from V (original tv series). Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): 86770 2A ARTIFACTS 1. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B): 86770 1B ARTIFACTS 1. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

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Sage oil, hot lizard (red vinyl). Here a private pressing of 200 copies with some exciting works of Mr Bottin who is for sure one of the most active producers in the new disco umwelt this year! One super sweet and sexy track called Sage Oil. Disco just dont get much hotter then this. Flip side had a track called Hot Lizard which is a rawer and more masculine piece as many of us might know from the typical italian police series and horror movie scores from the late 70s and early 80s.

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This record is great but what I really hate is when items are promoted as limited and then all of a sudden are repressed to keep the money coming. Sorry for the rant...
Limited to me means a certain (small) number of copies is pressed (in this case: 200) and when they are sold out they're gone. No repress!
Limited doesn't mean anything, limited applys when the record is sold out versa not limited when the record is still available.Better to speak in terms of facts and give the numbers of copies being pressed the rest is subjective,
The problem is often that some people speculate, they buy something they think can be worth must just to make it available for a expensive price shortly after. I know some label owners are quite fed up with that, so some shops only offer one copy for each customer to avoid this. Other bad thing about people speculating is that the money doesnt reach the original label which put out the record.I also understand that its expensive to press vinyls, so sometimes you dont want to risk ending up with alot of unsold copies and thus you press a small number of copies. Yeah i agree it can be fun to hunt down some stuff, thats why i spend alot of time in second hand shops and fliemarkets since thats the only way to get em for a reasonable price :)
stasi--:In fact, I was one of those who paid an "unreasonable price" for a copy after it was sold out everywhere. Then shortly after, the mysterious "second edition" appeared (which I thought was "official") and I was like "Damn, why did I pay double the price?" So my original comment was a reaction on that. With what I know today (thanks to Bottin) I don't regret it anymore because at least I didn't give my money to the bootlegger of a bootleg. I agree with you that the music matters the most. But I guess many collectors will also agree that a big part of the fun is hunting for stuff that isn't available in limitless amounts (whether it's 200, 400 or 1000). If that doesn't apply to you that's perfectly fine.
Why does it matter if its limited or not? Isnt the music the most important part? Not everyone wants a file on their harddrive, some people want to keep the vinyl because they love the music. I have never understood the point of making something unavailable to most people, nothing is more annoying than seeing something you really want being sold for a unreasonable price because someone picked it up faster from the store than you. Also, if 400 copies is not limited then what is? 400 is still a small number compared to big selling artists.
I respect your position but yeah then it applies to the whole bootleg edit world and it was the same in the 70s 80s(eg MACH - ON AND ON)actually my bootleg only says "bottin presents", a few copies were made, no digital distribution.but labels are afraid give proper credits... and distributors toousualy not the re-editors or remixers personally i've always advertised the track stating it was a re-edit of Lio's original (which she didnt write btw)my edit has recently been cleared and re-released with fill credits and writing royalies going to the original authors.so after all the bootleg was good for them too in the end.
You are technically right but in it's not the 90s anymore...pressing vinyl today is a bit like printing flyers... no money is made, it's more likely you will lose some, and when pressing small quantities you barely break even when you sell them all. The only players making some money are: record shops, distributors, pressing plants,I've never made much if anything at all from releases and nothing from edits (except a little vanity)
Thanks, bottin, for clearing things up. Much appreciated. And keep up the good work...
Pressing more was not my initiative. I have not seen the repress myself but I heard it's identical except for being in solid red vinyl instead of transparent
no, it isn't greater. but apart from the music this was supposed to be a collector's item. otherwise i could have downloaded the free mp3 on soundcloud. if it's not limited, don't call it limited, simple as that.
wtf, music is greater with the words limited? i think its great that music like this sells more and the one that made it can make some money out of it...
B side seems to be a take on the "V" TV series theme.
The A-side is an edit of: Lio - Sage Comme Une Image
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