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Electribal Memories (Deluxe Edition)
Cat: EDSL 0165. Rel: 15 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Talking With Myself (12" version - CD1)
Lipstick On My Lover
You're Walking (Peeping Tom mix)
Inside Out
Diamond Dove
Heading For The Night
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (Full Length version)
Talking With Myself (Lambada version)
Electribal Memories
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (7")
Talking With Myself (7" Frankie Knuckles mix)
You're Walking (Peeping Tom 7" mix)
Inside Out (Pop mix)
Talking With Myself (8-track demo - CD2)
The Spell (8-track demo)
Talking With Myself (Deep Dream mix)
Lipstick On My Lover (1989 12" version)
Diamond Dove (1989 12" version)
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (12")
Talking With Myself (12" Frankie Knuckles mix)
You’re Walking (Corporate Def mix)
Inside Out (Anti-Pop mix)
Heading For The Night (Night Over Europe)
Talking With Myself (Opium mix - CD3)
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (After Dark mix)
You’re Walking (Azmafez mix)
Heading For The Night (Classic club mix)
Talking With Myself (Jazzy Piano mix)
You’re Walking (Ambient Groove mix)
Talking With Myself (Brixton club mix Master)
Mummy I’m Sick, I’m Underwater
Talking With Myself (Larry Heard After Dark dub)
You're Walking (Warped Truth mix)
Talking With Myself (Next Big Thing mix)
Talking With Myself (Frankie Knuckles edit - CD4)
Diamond Dove (7")
Lipstick On My Lover (7")
Talking With Myself (Larry Heard After Dark mix)
Heading For The Night (Pianoppella)
Inside Out (MCM mix)
Talking With Myself (Frankie’s Lovely dub)
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (Yankee mix)
Talking With Myself (Anabolic Steroid mix)
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (Raggamix)
Inside Out (Mantronix mix 2)
You’re Walking (Hip Hop mix)
Non-Doctor (demo)
That’s How Strong My Love Is (demo)
Review: Electribe 101's 1990 debut album, Electribal Memories, is undoubtedly one of the strongest sets of the loved-up Balearic house era - a long-player firmly rooted in the Ecstasy experience, from the piano-sporting, wide-eyed tactility of house music of the period, to the after-hours, comedown-friendly downtempo soulfulness that the band's creative force and lead singer, Billie Ray Martin, was always so adept at delivering. This 'Deluxe Edition' expands the album across four CDs via a deep archive dive from dance music historian Bill Brewster. The DJ and author offers-up a wealth of released (and unreleased) club mixes, early versions and alternate takes, while the accompanying booklet features reflections from Billie-Ray Martin and an extensive essay from Pete Paphides.
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 in stock $35.81
Electribal Memories (half speed remastered)
Electribal Memories (half speed remastered) (180 gram vinyl + inserts with obi-strip)
Cat: DEMREC 1146. Rel: 14 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Talking With Myself (6:21)
Lipstick On My Lover (6:23)
You're Walking (Peeping Tom mix) (6:02)
Inside Out (5:48)
Diamond Dove (7:49)
Heading For The Night (4:12)
Tell Me When The Fever Ended (4:40)
Talking 2 (6:03)
Review: Back in 1990, Electribe 101 were riding high on the success of 'Talkin' With Myself', a Balearic house classic that ranks among the most saucer-eyed and loved-up songs of the era. The album that followed, Electribal Memories, was a gem, too, though has been largely overlooked - though not by those who fell in love with it at the time - ever since. Happily, it has finally been reissued on vinyl, with half-speed remastering and a deep cut to guarantee aural pleasure. With singer and creative force Billie Ray Martin providing some of her most memorable vocal performances, highlights include the early morning E-soul hypnotism of 'Inside Out' (a genius-like cover of a funk-soul classic), warm-up classic 'Heading For The Night' and the tactile deep house delight of 'Diamond Dove'.
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 in stock $30.37
Electribal Soul (reissue)
Cat: TRIBE 2. Rel: 15 Mar 22
 
Funky/Club House
Insatiable Love (5:13)
Space Oasis (5:14)
Moving Downtown (7:52)
Deadline For My Memories (4:52)
A Sigh Won't Do (5:29)
True Moments Of My World (5:46)
Hands Up & Amen (5:52)
Persuasion (7:02)
Review: If Electribal Soul sounds deliciously vintage, there's a good reason for that. An exemplary exploration of glassy-eyed synth-pop and electro, deep house and street soul marked out by tactile electronic motifs, warm basslines and Billie Ray Martin's superb vocals, the album was mostly recorded in 1991 and '92 at a time when relationships in the group were beginning to fray. Now tidied up and released by Martin three decades after it was shelved, Electribal Soul has the feel of a genuine lost classic - a set that would have received rave reviews at the time had it appeared in late 1992 as originally intended. A genuine triumph that's as loved-up and saucer-eyed as a sweaty hug at sunrise on an Ibizan beach.
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 in stock $20.75
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