Heltah Skeltah’s “Midnight Madness” Reissued For Record Store Day

blame it on JES7 November 26, 2016

Aside from the massive deals offered at major retailers, local mom-and-pop record stores also joined in on the fun for Black Friday, holding an “unofficial” second Record Store Day yesterday.

To celebrate the occasion, Coalmine Records released a fresh, 2016 reissue of Heltah Skeltah‘s 2009 single, “Midnight Madness” featuring cuts by DJ Revolution.

“Midnight Madness” was originally released on producer Shuko’s 2009 compilation album The Foundation — produced entirely by the German beatsmith.

The reissue finds itself on a special edition 7-inch vinyl, with the record’s donut featuring exclusive artwork by Joe Buck, pulling inspiration from the 80s cult-comedy film of the same name.

This limited-edition 45 is backed with a remix from M-Phazes on the B-side, and can be purchased via Fat Beats or UGHH now.

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