|2.||"Detroit Boogie" (5:09)|
|1.||"Lapdanz" (feat CT) (5:16)|
|2.||"Strictly 4 Da Jitterz" (3:33)|
As with many of the '90s artists hailing from Detroit, it's difficult to know exactly what they're up to these days, or even who they actually are, for that matter! DJ SCSI, who might well produce other tunes under a different alias, was last sighted back in 1997, and here he is on Hard Beach Entertainment with four smokin' break-ridden joints recorded between 1997 and 2002. "Bounce", as the name implies, is a skipped-out banger with a minimal melodic edge, while "Detroit Boogie" is a more beat-heavy, heads-down kind of affair. The flip features the much faster, more high-tech strain of electro usually associated with the likes of DJ Stingray, a heavy cut named "Lapdanz", which is followed in a similar vein by the stuttering drum bric-a-brac contained within "Strictly 4 Da Jitterz".
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