Album artwork for Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition) by Grandmaster Flash

Originally released in 1997—Salsoul Jam 2000 was Grandmaster Flash’s first album in nine years. A testament to his power as a DJ, the record was produced and segued together as one continuous mix in front of a live audience. This is the first re-release of the album in two decades and it’s first repressing on vinyl since the original ‘97 release.

Salsoul Jam 2000 is a perfect introduction to the deep bench of talent on the Salsoul Records roster— featuring hits like “Let No Man Put Asunder”, “Love Sensation” and “Ten Percent”—while continuing to connect dots on the family tree from disco to hip-hop.

Grandmaster Flash

Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition)

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Album artwork for Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition) by Grandmaster Flash
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£34.99

Double 140 Gram Vinyl housed in Gatefold Sleeve.

Orange / Yellow Splatter.

Released 03/03/2023Catalogue Number

4050538815795

Grandmaster Flash

Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition)

BMG
Album artwork for Album artwork for Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition) by Grandmaster Flash by Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition) - Grandmaster Flash
Album artwork for Salsoul Jam 2000 (25th Anniversary Edition) by Grandmaster Flash
LPx2

£34.99

Double 140 Gram Vinyl housed in Gatefold Sleeve.

Orange / Yellow Splatter.

Released 03/03/2023Catalogue Number

4050538815795

Originally released in 1997—Salsoul Jam 2000 was Grandmaster Flash’s first album in nine years. A testament to his power as a DJ, the record was produced and segued together as one continuous mix in front of a live audience. This is the first re-release of the album in two decades and it’s first repressing on vinyl since the original ‘97 release.

Salsoul Jam 2000 is a perfect introduction to the deep bench of talent on the Salsoul Records roster— featuring hits like “Let No Man Put Asunder”, “Love Sensation” and “Ten Percent”—while continuing to connect dots on the family tree from disco to hip-hop.