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High Society  - Untitled Performer: High Society
Title: Untitled
Style: House
Date of release: 1992
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1983 mb
Size FLAC: 1391 mb
Size WMA: 1404 mb
Rating: 4.8✭

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A1 Untitled
A2 Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled


4 Track White Label with stamp on 1 side and spare beat label on other.
Some copies don't have the stamp on the B side label. Just Spare Beat DJ Promo label on A side and plain white label on B side.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A) SBRR 005 Hello to the Shak and Prime Time
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B) SBRR 005 Stressed Out Sean

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SBRR 005 High Society Untitled ‎(12", W/Lbl) Spare Beat Records SBRR 005 UK 1992

User reviews
just got this is eclipse and high society & powerline-energy on same E.P for £40 which i though was quite reasonable
There is a cheaper alternative to this if you just want the track and not the other mixes and that is to buy the Kosa EP for £20-£30. It also features the excellent and equally as pricey Eclipse - This is Eclipse so it really is a bargain if you are more interested in being able to play the tracks rather than having the original pressing.
To be honest £100 for this is a bargain, when i first searched for this record it was on here at £350! that was back in the late nineties, i eventually found it for £25 so think i did well but the price will decrease as people regrettable move to cd's/mp3's and sell off their prized possessions. What can i tell you about high society - untitled....it has one if not the best piano riff of all time, rekindling memories of the Ark for many and indeed (for me anyway) Dj Vertigo in his prime (i first heard this on his better days july 92 mixtape which was widely circulated as Sasha, in fact i had this set in a sasha 4 tape pack from Flip records way back in 1996 and only found out some years later that the set was actually constructed by Steve). I love the bow-chic-kah sample used in the bassline, adding a nice funky element to an already groovy production, yes i agree there are better tracks out there for half the price but the obscurity surrounding this release to me adds to its rareness (contrary to belief there weren't many copies pressed and so im told little information about the release was given at the time). The fact that 451 people on here want it compared to the 67 who have it will unfortunately give a green light to sellers to ask for whatever price they want, whether they get that price is another thing! ;)
Bought this when it very first came out ('92) and played it out oftenbut to be honest, I never even knew what it was called or who the artistwas until today, almost 25 years later. While this record is nothing amazingit is however a catchy tune, and the piano line in it is hard to shake onceyou've got it circling about in your head. Yet, It's hard for me to understand why thisis fetching such a premium $$$ here in the DMP. As catchy as it might be, Ican still think of a few things right off hand which are way better musically,just as rare, and can be had for mere pennies when they come up for sale.the whole thing just makes me wonder what the determining factorsare when something goes skyrocket like this one has in price. At theend of the day though, i'm inclined to decide that there is no realanswer or formula to that question. It's complete randomness.and not much else.
Discogs sellers use the sales statistics to price their records. As they see some madman once payed €375 (!!!) for this record, the price will just keep rising. This release is not SO rare, as it seven copies listed for sale today.
Dead Samurai
I need this record, but how can afford this? Is there any reason that every copy for sale are stacked in Italy?
fucked that prices go this high/like this, but often for mediochre records...whilst the diamonds in the ruff lurk in the shadows out there;)
Rollers from Abdun
bit ridiculous here in the comments. based on the 2 videos that are online this is really just mediocre, compared to other tunes of this period.
ok, I can understand that :) Sweet memories often make a not-so-good-record a real sweet one...
MrFonktrain bit ridiculous here in the comments. based on the 2 videos that are online this is really just mediocre, compared to other tunes of this period. Can understand your view mrfonktrain from an outside perspective but back in 1992 clubbing in Leeds at ark euphoria phobia and so on having this tune played at end of night was euphoric. Then trying to find out wat its called singing it to Steve luigi at listening booth,and no joy lol. Finally getting it and wat a great tune to mix with. This tune is a bit part of my life as 1 of the best piano tunes ever and I think that had a lot to do with it been so rare ????
Despite its high rating and rarity, this release is very disappointing. All 4 tracks are more or less the same, edited.
i keep checking to see when this is going to pop back up for sale, need this racked away
I agree with the above comment. I have recreated this mix and it just isn't the same when the beats don't go all over the place towards the end. This really is one of the great, if not the greatest piano tune. It is such a shame it never got any sort of official release as it remains unknown to so many. It is also great for mixing acapellas on top of. The Orecappella mix of Pamela Fernandez' Kickining in the Beat with this is just incredible.
This has to be reviewed doesn't it? This track has the honour of being used in one of the best mixes of two records ever, the other record being Denise Lopez - "Don't You Wanna Be Mine?" The Dj was Vertigo. Those looking to recreate it are faced with the problem of shelling out big bucks only to wonder if it's better not to play both mega rare records after all and just listen to the man himself do it. Which of course is how it should be.
No way could never my copy go.Going in the grave with me ????
Absolutely Booney Alfred is a pealer just sold mine fo £100 :-( need the money!
I think it was 1992 dj vertigo live at euphoria Leeds when I 1st heard this and the only time I heard this.Wat a belter of a piano tune do,s it say gold digger!!!! That's wat I say lol. Got kosa e.p with this track onGreat bootleg audio is bang on,in my top 10 piano greats (Alfredo action) been no 1 ????