|1.||"Pablo's Groove" (6:17)|
|2.||"Mood Swing" (5:42)|
|1.||"The Swing" (Thrillseekers mix) (5:35)|
|2.||"The Swing" (club Orchestra mix) (4:51)|
|3.||"Factory Jazz" (4:00)|
Straight back to 94! Jordan Thrillseekers Fields laid down his second EP "Dub International" 23 years ago and it still sounds future to this day. "Pablo's Groove" takes a classic Cuban lick and roughs it up sideways with some awesome riffle kick rolls, "Mood Swing" is a broken house music assault with all the cuts and stutters you can cram into a jam while "Factory Jazz" is a timeless slice of rolling breakbeat funk smashed straight from the heart of a groovebox. "The Swing" finishes this classic remastered reissue with two versions, both via two more of Fields' many aliases: his Thrillseekers version layers distinctly UK-styled rave synths while his Club Orchestra takes a looser, groovier tact that allows the powerful Latin vocal sample to cut through. This is what reissues were invented for.
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