||1.||"Grapevine" (Lipelis Love The Stabs remix)|
||1.||"Revolution In Mordor"|
||2.||"Can't Get Enough"|
This twelve inch apparently originated from a chance meeting between Whisky Disco boss Sleazy McQueen and the Russian artist known simply as Beard Dust whilst the label impresario was deep beneath the Iron Curtin. Whilst titles such as "Grapevine" and "Highest Mountain" offer little in the way of mystery there is at least a certain uniqueness to the way Beard In Dust presents the former as a stab heavy house number and the latter as a low slung boogie gem. Elsewhere "Revolution in Morder" is all out cosmic disco bliss whilst "Can't Get Enough" adopts a soft funk rock approaching with the most welcoming of vocal hooks.
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