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Tic Tac Toe - 456 / Ephemerol FLAC album

Tic Tac Toe - 456 / Ephemerol FLAC album
Performer: Tic Tac Toe
Title: 456 / Ephemerol
Released: 25 May 2018
Label: Tic Tac Toe
Country: UK
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore
Catalog #: TTT 456
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 828
Formats: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, White Label, Stamped
FLAC size: 1259 mb
MP3 size: 1868 mb




CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TTT 456Tic Tac Toe 456 ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sta)Tic Tac ToeTTT 456UK1992
TTT 456Tic Tac Toe 456 ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sta)Tic Tac ToeTTT 456UK1992


Remastered from original reel to reel tape masters. Hand stamped in red and black, with the original stamp used on the 90s edition. Issued in plain white discobag.

Limited to 700 copies.


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): TTT 456 A FINYL TWEEK 2018 TIC TAC TOE LTD EDITION
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): TTT 456 B FINYL TWEEK THANKS TO PAUL C + MPS 2018 "MUSIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY"


  • Manufactured By – Music Preservation Society
  • Distributed By – Music Preservation Society
  • Exclusive Retailer – Music Preservation Society
  • Remastered At – Subvert Central Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Finyl Tweek
  • Pressed By – Vinyl Presents


sell your sister to own a copy....or your original press and get this one.
in my top 3 tunes of all time. proto type jungle at its best! and the repress is LUSH! It sounds even better than the original...somehow they've cleaned it up and deepened the sound without losing the vibe. 11/10
stunning repress, worth its weight in gold, glad to own a copy
Get the original - Own a piece of History ,
Are you sure? The current value of 180g of gold is £5425.20 ... seems a bit steep even for this ... unless HolyGrails is the seller of course.
hmmm so how do I explain this... I heard this record on fabulous good E's in 92! Now was this a distortion?... No! It sounded great on my turntable when I was not enhanced by drugs! But actually, it did sound better in my own mind on drugs! Shimmering! Now fast forward to a 45-year-old who doesn't partake in wreck-cruel-rational drugs (well alcohol but that's another darker kettle of worms lol) but I must say MPS have done a goodun on this job. The shimmering on the mix board duties is in full effect! The sound is brilliant! 45 years on and I am still astounded that I am into this sound! 11 out of 10 is my score for this one record! Sound!
My first purchase from Music Preservation Society and what a joy. Top tune but top quality pressing as well.
I actually like that 'mushy' sound as it creates another type of sound. Plus I've never liked sounds to be too digitally clean if you know what I mean. MPS sure have been busy of late and its great to see old skool records from the 90's see so much interest. Some of my friends back then who didn't really like the sound thought that this music would be a fad and fade out. How wrong they were eh!
MPS is great! I'm a huge fan of them. I started with the Ron Wells repress of 40hz and I've been a convert ever since. I hope they do really well. As for this record here, I can't tell much difference between the original and the repress as I have both. I always found the amens to sound mushy and I still hear it on this pressing. I'm sure this is the best they could do other then have the producer re-create it from scratch to make the amens sound punchier.
All the pressings have been top notch when I have bought from MPS .. ;)
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