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Makeup The Edits
Makeup The Edits (140 gram vinyl 2xLP repress)
Cat: AR 007. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. Coco Kane (6:51)
  2. For Real (5:39)
  3. Giving My Love (6:08)
  4. SpanDisco (5:43)
  5. Gator Bait (4:50)
  6. Koke (5:23)
  7. Novela Das Nove (5:52)
  8. Thank You For My Life (6:06)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Here's something special from the rapidly swelling Adeen label. Always bringing something a little different to the house and disco edit game, this time they've reached out to the legendary Chez Damier to team up with label boss Camille and Italian producer Nico Lahs in assembling a compilation of on point edits that will have any keen digger in a frenzy. Across two slabs of wax we get respectfully touched up versions spanning a range of styles. There's powerful singalong soul stirrers like Janice McClain's 'Giving My Love', nasty low down groovers like Love Cild's Afro Cuban Blues Band's 'SpanDisco', and lots more besides. If you need some deep cover heaters with girth in all the right places, look no further.
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Jingo
Jingo (yellow vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: SG 219YELLO. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. Jingo (9:13)
  2. Thousand Finger Man (9:03)
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Prayer
Prayer (12" repress)
Cat: KT 021V. Rel: 06 Jan 22
  1. Prayer (Media vocal) (7:02)
  2. Prayer (Media instrumental) (6:59)
  3. Prayer (623 Again vocal) (6:27)
  4. Prayer (Feel mix) (7:09)
Review: They don't call him the Stevie Wonder of house music for nothing: Kerri Chandler brings musicality and unbridled joy to everything he does. For this one, there is even more of a celebratory and raptors feeling than normal because of the appearance of Rev F. L. Brown. His impassioned, gravelly toned sermons are cut up and dropped into one of Kerri's timeless house beats, and the results are exceptional. HIs famous kicks punk as heavily as always, the chords are simple but effective, and the whole thing is sure to become a classic that can always be reached for to make a dance floor erupt. Take your pick of the different versions, because they all hit home.
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Beginning EP
Beginning EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SSPCYSW 001. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. Glitter (5:03)
  2. Feel Great (feat Shareef Keyes & Secily Jimenez) (4:53)
  3. Get Busy (feat Pink Flamingo Rhythm Revue) (5:12)
  4. Organ Fett (6:14)
Review: Brooklyn's Toucan Sounds collabs with Mexico City's Super Spicy Records to drop the 'Beginning' EP from Drop Out Orchestra & Monsieur Van Pratt. Leading the release is floor filler 'Glitter', which gets the party started with brightly mixed horns, saxophone flair and deep bass licks, before moving into 'Feel Great', with New York R&B artist Shareef Keyes' vocals sitting atop an effortlessly grooving and sparkling production. Pink Flamingo Rhythm Revue's baritone sparks joy in 'Get Busy', sliding into higher registers in the chorus over a crystal clear funk backdrop. For the final track on the EP, 'Organ Fett' drops the vocals for earworm synth leads, organs, and guitar hooks, conjuring images of palm trees and orange sunsets. Drop Out Orchestra rose to prominence in 2008 with a seemingly endless arsenal of bootlegs, re-edits, and covers. Now teaming up with Mexican DJ Monsieur Van Pratt for their first collaboration.




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I Can Tell
Cat: FABC 014. Rel: 13 Jan 22
  1. I Can Tell (3:46)
  2. Still In Love (3:41)
Review: The black-owned Austin Boogie Crew label has released some of the finest revivalist boogie, synth-disco, '80s soul and electronic funk of the last few years. Here they begin 2022 in fine fashion too via a surprise new single from boogie-era originals Dynasty, a Los Angeles-based label who put out a string of classic cuts on SOLAR during the 1980s. The two tracks here, which were both recorded in 2021, are vintage-sounding boogie-soul gems, with vocoder-sporting A-side 'I Can Tell' sounding like Dynasty making a Chromeo record (which is rather meta, given their 1980s records influenced Chromeo's trademark sound). 'Still In Love', all clipped guitar riffs, fluid boogie bass, sweet synth-strings and glassy-eyed vocals, is arguably even better.
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Played by: The Allergies
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Semi Skimmed Edits 3
Semi Skimmed Edits 3 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SSE 003. Rel: 11 Jan 22
  1. Real Hot (5:40)
  2. Find You (6:52)
Review: James Greenwood's Semi-Skimmed Edits series is not the most prolific around, but the material the talented scalpel fiend does release is always top-notch. After a sole 12" in each of the last two years, he returns to action with another highly impressive two-track missive. A-side 'Real Hot' sees him expertly rearrange and rework a funk-fuelled disco-funk number laden with cut-glass strings, punchy horns, groovy bass, great breakdowns, even better percussive sections and warming AOR disco vocals. Over on the flip, 'Find You' is a slightly jazzier and more musically detailed chunk of expansive, loved-up disco in which harmony backing vocals rise above more superb orchestration, floor-friendly grooves and virtuoso musicianship.
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Hit It N Quit It (Cratebug & Jamie 3:26 Edit Remix) (reissue)
Hit It N Quit It (Cratebug & Jamie 3:26 Edit Remix) (reissue) (1-sided white vinyl 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: SALBMG 11 WHITE. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. Hit It N Quit It (Cratebug & Jamie 3:26 edit remix) (7:33)
Review: Chicago stalwarts Cratebug and Jamie 3:26 were relatively little-known when they joined forces to create this killer rework of Loleatta Holloway's Salsoul classic "Hit 'N' Run" way back in 2011. The interpretation, which laces choice passages of Holloway's impassioned vocal over a loopy and driving house groove reminiscent of Paperclip People's "Throw", first appeared on vinyl as part of Lumberjacks In Hell's now impossible-to-find Chicago Service compilation four years ago. Happily, Salsoul has decided to reissue it on this must-have, single-sided 12". It's more of a remix than a re-edit, and is guaranteed to get things going at peak-time. Basically, it's a banger, and you need it in your box.
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Heavens In The Back Seat Of My Cadillac (reissue)
  1. Hot Chocolate - "Heavens In The Backseat Of My Cadillac" (The Revenge edit) (7:22)
  2. Gwen McRae - "Keep The Fire Burning" (The Revenge edit) (7:42)
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There's Never Been (No One Like You)
There's Never Been (No One Like You) (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: WES 22130CLEAR. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. There's Never Been (No One Like You) (long version) (6:30)
  2. There's Never Been (No One Like You) (short version) (4:26)
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Rain
Rain (1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDDLTD 1206. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. Rain (8:24)
Review: Al Kent is the kind of experienced producer with a midas touch who can pull off the single-track, single-sided 12" and not leave anyone doubting the value of the wax. On this occasion the Million Dollar Disco man is getting busy with 'Rain', working an iconic, evergreen vocal performance over a beautifully extended, joyous and passionate eight minutes of soul stirring disco perfection. This is party music at its most fierce and flamboyant, not to mention with the kind of illustrious musicality other genres just can't touch.
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Calling Out
Calling Out (12" repress)
Cat: CMC 288RMX. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Calling Out (7:11)
  2. Calling Out (Floorplan club mix) (8:16)
  3. Calling Out (Floorplan Revival mix) (9:19)
Review: Given that copies of the original 7" release flew off the shelves in record time, it's heartening to see that Classic has decided to give Sophie Lloyd's brilliant "Calling Out" a proper 12" release. Her fantastic original version - a jaunty, floor-friendly gospel treat that sits somewhere between house and disco - is this time accompanied by two fresh rubs from Robert and Lyric Hood's Floorplan project. Naturally, both mixes move further towards sing-along gospel house territory with the fantastic Revival Mix - all crunchy Chicago drums, wild organs, jaunty pianos and relentless chorus - hitting home particularly hard. It's very rare that we describe an EP as being "flawless", but this is as close to perfection as you'll find.
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Moody Disco Vol 1
Cat: NOL 127. Rel: 11 Jan 22
  1. Let's Stay Together (4:04)
  2. Don't Give Up (I Believe In You) (2:51)
  3. Pleasure (extended) (5:21)
  4. Two Hearts (4:22)
  5. Hold On (Crackazat remix) (6:35)
Review: LUXXURY (born Blake Robin) is the LA Beatmaker who really comes correct on this new EP on Nolita Records. It features four of his freshest tunes to date and if the title is anything to go by it could be the start of a fine new series. Things start all sensuous on 'Let's Stay Together' before the stylish cosmic disco Rhdoes and smooth grooves of 'Don't Give Up (I Believe In You)' and breezy, hip swing charms of 'Pleasure' make a great impression. 'Two Hearts' rides on nice languid bass riffs and last of all comes the upbeat, piano laced and hands in the air jam, 'Hold On (Crackazat remix).'
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Love Is The Message
Cat: BRPD 26. Rel: 11 Jan 22
  1. MFSB - "Love Is The Message" (feat The Three Degrees - Mike Maurro remix) (11:07)
  2. The O'Jays - "Message In Our Music" (Mike Maurro remix) (11:10)
Review: Disco mixer Mike Muarro has been delivering tasteful, multi-track remixes of disco and soul classics for the last couple of years, and earlier in 2021 delivered a digital-only set of revisions of classic cuts from the Philadelphia International catalogue. This must-check 12" contains two of the most potent reworks from that set. On the A-side you'll find his epic, beautifully executed revision of MFSB's brilliant 'Love is the Message', which features rearranged elements and Tom Moulton style builds, drop outs and instrument solos. He takes a similar approach on the flip, wringing maximum energy and release from the O'Jays 'Message In Our Music' without adding any unnecessary instrumentation. If you're a fan of the Rephlex and Moplen's multi-track revisions, you'll love both remixes.
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Mr K Edits: Prophecy
Cat: MXMRK 2044. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. Prophecy (edit By Mr K)
  2. I'm Just Being Myself (edit By Mr K)
Review: For this entry in the ever-expanding series from the master Danny Krivit, we turn to two productions from the legendary Lamont Dozier. Both songs are artfully rearranged by Mr. K and appear here on 12-inch vinyl for the first time. Margie Joseph was a powerful soul singer from the deep South who in her younger days was compared favorably to Aretha Franklin. But by the time of this recording in 1976, Joseph had moved on from the Southern soul sound and was looking for something new. She found it in collaboration with Lamont Dozier (who would actually go on to produce Aretha the following year). Dozier's song "Prophecy" was recorded at least three times, with Betty Everett doing it in '77 and Dozier himself using it as the title track for a planned 1975 solo album that was unfortunately never released. It's Margie Joseph's energetic version that made the song a proto-disco dance floor classic however, getting heavy spins on the U.K. modern soul scene and at the Houston St. incarnation of Nicky Siano's infamous 'Gallery'. "Prophecy" has also long been a Danny Krivit favorite, appearing on his 2001 compilation Grassroots. Mr. K turns in a new, definitive mix of the song, complete with a never heard before acapella intro and outro section. The writing on the wall says this one is still a winner! Going back just a couple years prior to "Prophecy" is our flip side, "I'm Just Being Myself." This time we have an even more high profile female singer who again was looking for a new sound. In the case of Dionne Warwick, she and her longtime collaborators Hal David and Burt Bacharach had split acrimoniously not long before, and her new label Warner Brothers, seeking a fresh twist for her voice, teamed her with the celebrated Holland-Dozier-Holland team. Lamont Dozier and the Holland brothers were of course responsible for numerous Motown smashes, but by the early '70s Berry Gordy had moved operations west to L.A. and H-D-H struck out on their own, choosing to remain in Detroit. "I'm Just Being Myself" was recorded at the team's studio there, with a cast of Motown veterans fleshing out the magnificent Holland-Dozier composition. Mr. K's edit squeezes the most out of the underlying groove, avoiding the chorus in favor of prominent percussion, dramatic strings, and soaring flute. Warwick herself doesn't make an entrance until five minutes into this epic rearrangement, cooly riding the building instrumental tension. A long-time standard in Krivit's bag, this edit makes its full length appearance on wax for the first time.
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The Reflex Revisions
The Reflex Revisions (12" repress)
Cat: SKINT 448LP. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Incapable (The Reflex Revision) (7:37)
  2. Narcissus (The Reflex Revision) (8:04)
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Deviant Disco
Cat: PRD 1022. Rel: 17 Jan 22
  1. Don't Stop Your Love (6:42)
  2. Get Down On It (5:23)
  3. Hold On Your Dreams (4:55)
  4. Money Wonder (4:11)
  5. Keep Alive This Fire (6:00)
Review: Four years after his last album-length excursion, Periodica Records founder Dario de Pace fires up his Mystic Jungle project for another voyage into disco/boogie/jazz-funk/cosmic fusion. Deviant Disco could well be his most accessible, dancefloor-focused release to date. Opening number 'Don't Stop Your Love' is a cowbell-sporting slab of squelchy synth-boogie, while the track that follows, 'Get Down On It', joins the dots between electrofunk, Chic and the proto-house sounds of Paul Simpson. Over on the flip, 'Hold On To Your Dreams' is a hazy drift through Balearic AOR territory, 'Money Wonder' is a dubbed-out Afro-cosmic disco shuffler and 'Keep Alive This Fire' is a wonly Italo-disco throb-job. In a word: superb!
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80's Forever Vol 1
80's Forever Vol 1 (limited yellow marbled vinyl 12" + autographed postcard)
Cat: FAB 4MAR. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Tarzan Boy (club mix) (5:53)
  2. Always On My Mind (3:35)
  3. Dream (club mix) (5:17)
  4. Dream (club mix) (5:24)
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80's Forever Vol 1
80's Forever Vol 1 (limited transparent yellow vinyl 12" + autographed postcard)
Cat: FAB 4YELLOW. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Tarzan Boy (club mix) (5:53)
  2. Always On My Mind (3:35)
  3. Dream (club mix) (5:17)
  4. Dream (club mix) (5:24)
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At Night (remixes)
At Night (remixes) (12" repress)
Cat: DFTD 050X. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. At Night (Peggy Gou Acid Journey remix) (7:10)
  2. At Night (Tiger & Woods remix) (7:10)
  3. At Night (Purple Disco Machine remix) (7:10)
  4. At Night (Shakedown Galactic Boogie) (6:50)
Review: Return to 2001: Swiss brothers Shakedown drop an iconic house anthem that debunked the standard XXL funk du jour with a much spacier, synth-based 80s boogie sound. Still relevant and heavily played, Defected have commissioned three on-point artists for the 2018 contemporisations: Peggy Gou gets her acid tweaks on, Tiger & Woods pitch down the vocal and dust off the Street Sounds electroid feel and Purple Disco Machine cooks up an unapologetic funked up house jam that wouldn't have gone amiss on Classic back in the day. For good measure Shakedown return with their own signature Galactic Boogie version that pumps with strong Moroder tendencies. Good night.
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Shuggy Edits Vol 1
Shuggy Edits Vol 1 (7" repress)
Cat: SHUG 1. Rel: 06 Jan 22
  1. Shuggy (CK mix) (4:02)
  2. Shuggy (3:29)
Review: This new 45 features tasty reworks of both Chaka Khan single 'Like Sugar' - a 2018 jam co-produced by Switch and Sarah Ruba best-known for featuring on a high-profile TV advertisement - and the track it's based on, Ruba and the Fatback Band's 2016 version of 'Do The Bustop', a take on the much-loved funk classic recorded for the soundtrack to Netflix series The Get Down, with fresh lyrics and vocals. Since neither track is easy to find on vinyl, these relatively light-touch buy undeniably floor-filling interpretations are borderline essential. As the lyrics state, they're so sweet and good enough to eat!
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The Invicta Mixtape: Mixed By Gilles Peterson & Sam Bhok
  1. Dance Desire (Steve Conry & Takashi Nakazato Remi) (5:22)
  2. Rhythm In Your Mind (North Street West Space Funk rework #1) (4:26)
  3. Rhythm In Your Mind (Steve Conry & Takashi Nakazato remix) (8:16)
  4. Rhythm In Your Mind (Nuovi Fratelli Cosmic Disco remix) (1:21)
  5. After The Rain (Dave Lee alternative II dub) (2:22)
  6. After The Rain (Dave Lee alternative II mix) (3:05)
  7. Vision 9 (Delfonic mix) (2:37)
  8. Vision 9 (Mele mix) (3:09)
  9. Vision 9 (Mele dub) (2:08)
  10. Dance Desire (Dave Aju remix) (3:52)
  11. Aspects (Demus dub) (3:28)
  12. Aspects (Greg Wilson mix) (1:35)
  13. Aspects (Demus dub) (2:46)
  14. Aspects (8:06)
  15. Rhythm In Your Mind (3:56)
  16. Dance Desire (4:05)
  17. We Like It (5:21)
  18. Steppers Crusad (5:23)
  19. After The Rain (7:18)
  20. Kinshasa FC (5:16)
  21. Vision 9 (7:37)
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Emancipacao Extended
Emancipacao Extended (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RNTR 042. Rel: 11 Jan 22
  1. Emancipacao (Ron Trent remix) (9:15)
  2. Emancipacao (extended mix) (7:47)
  3. 50 Anos Em 5 (extended mix) (7:07)
Review: Diego Strausz's first outing on Razor N Tape, a seven-inch single released in January 2021, was a thrillingly vibrant and hard-to-pigeonhole affair, with the Brazilian joining the dots between Batacuda, Brazilian disco, boogie and deep jazz-funk. This belated follow-up features superb, never-before-heard extended versions of those two tracks: the Azymuth-esque drums-synths-and-percussion explosion that is 'Emancipacao' and '50 Anos Em 5', a TB-303 acid-sporting slab of Latin jazz-fusion with bonus spacey synths. Perhaps the package's most notable moment though is Ron Trent's inspired remix of the title track, which in typical fashion sees the legendary deep house producer add extra layers of musicality, sun-kissed positivity and plenty of killer house-not-house beats.
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I Remember Mama (feat NAD remix)
Cat: ERC 118. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. I Remember Mama (5:16)
  2. Sound Design (5:30)
  3. I Remember Mama (NAD Discomix) (11:01)
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Disco Goodies Vol 2
  1. Vagabundo Club Social - "Kili" (6:09)
  2. Saint Paul - "Oasis Of Luv" (5:55)
  3. Hotmood & Igor Gonya - "Freedom" (5:43)
  4. Decent Rides - "Only U" (5:00)
  5. Juilo Cruz - "Enjoy" (4:55)
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ZYX Italo Disco Collection 31
VARIOUS
Cat: ZYX 830732. Rel: 13 Jan 22
  1. Baby's Gang - "Happy Song"
  2. Marco Martelli DJ - "Country Girl" (vocal version)
  3. Get Flash - "Beautiful Night" (vocal)
  4. The New Company - "Tomorrow" (vocal version)
  5. Filippini - "Listen To Your Heart" (extended mix)
  6. Common Sense - "Babylon" (12" version)
  7. Radiorama - "Warrior"
  8. Hypnosis - "Astrodance" (Computer remix)
  9. Gary Richard - "That's Mine" (vocal)
  10. Mike Up - "Hollywood"
  11. Fly Out - "Take Your Time" (vocal version)
  12. Joe Garrasco & MM - "Action" (extended version)
  13. Steve Barrow - "Look Around Me"
  14. Eusebio - "Enero Febrero (Ahi-ahi-ahi-ahi!)"
  15. Sir Valentine - "Please Please Me" (vocal)
  16. J Dolphin - "All That I Want Is To Say" (vocal version)
  17. Mass Media - "I Love Amelia" (mix)
  18. Kim Herick - "Tonight Is The Night" (vocal)
  19. Tom Tom Show - "Soldier Of Fortune" (vocal)
  20. Rose - "I Wanna Be Your Love" (Hearts club mix)
  21. Cristina - "Gimme Love" (extended version)
  22. Humphrey - "Devil Love (Passion In The Dark)" (vocal version)
  23. City Center - "Profondo Rosso"
  24. Steve Martin - "Oh What A Night" (vocal version)
  25. Chester - "Hold The Line" (extended version)
  26. Visa - "Bolero Night" (Night mix)
  27. Helen - "Zanzibar" (remix)
  28. Johnny Game - "Another Kiss"
  29. Make Up - "She's Number One" (vocal version)
  30. Sir J - "Sunny" (vocal)
  31. Brian Dalmini - "Can You Tell Me" (vocal)
  32. The Toys - "Boogie In The Night" (vocal)
  33. Gomma - "Baiana"
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I Hear Music In The Streets
I Hear Music In The Streets (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: NER 25099YELLOW. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. I Hear Music In The Streets (Touch mix) (10:45)
  2. I Hear Music In The Streets (Expansions NYC dub) (4:49)
  3. I Hear Music In The Streets (LV Classic Boogie mix) (6:33)
Review: Anyone with even the smallest interest in disco and boogie will have heard Unlimited Touch's 1980 classic 'I Hear Music In The Streets'. It's a stone-cold killer that should be approached with caution. Louie Vega, of course, is respectful, and these versions are not remixes but rather re-makes, with the Masters at Work man being joined in the studio by all manner of guest musicians and vocalists - including original members of Unlimited Touch. The standout version is the near 11-minute A-side 'Touch Mix', an all-live post-disco version rich in classic disco bass, guitars, electric piano keys and spacey chords. The short-ish 'NYC Expansions Dub' cans the vocals and emphasises the various instrument solos, while the 'LV Classic Boogie Mix' is an almost note-for-note remake of the 1980 original.
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Acid Funk Vol 3
Acid Funk Vol 3 (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: NYC 010. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. Acid Planets (4:54)
  2. Acid Vision (4:35)
  3. Acid Adventure (4:26)
  4. Acid Mystery (4:27)
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Playing With Fire
Cat: WH 001. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. Oh La Lover (6:06)
  2. Love Shock (6:15)
  3. We're Truckin' (6:15)
  4. Catch Me If You Can (6:40)
Review: According to the mildly amusing back story that accompanies this debut release from the Wrekin' Havoc crew, the crew of crate diggers turned re-editors behind the series make their wares in a cave in deepest wales, armed with just a computer and a pile of Balearic-minded wax. Whatever the real story, there's plenty to savour on their first outing. Opener 'Oh La Lover' is a tasteful tweak of an obscure, slap bass-sporting, mid-tempo French disco number from the early '80s, while 'Love Shock' breathes new life into an electrofunk era slab of Gallic rap/synth-pop fusion. On the reverse, the cave dwellers first play around with a boogie-era, drum machine-propelled cosmic disco number ('We're Truckin'), before delivering a saucer-eyed delight in the shape of the luscious 'Catch Me If You Can'.
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