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|1.||James Massiah - "You Ain't Got To Go Home" (0:50)|
|2.||Toyin Agbetu - "Heartbreaker" (Nemesis feat Rosaline Joyce) (3:30)|
|3.||R Solution - "Skinny Long Git" (4:51)|
|1.||Beatrice Dillon - "Curl" (4:56)|
|2.||Bitstream - "Vic Twenty" (6:01)|
|3.||Oblivion - "Lush" (5:59)|
|1.||LE Bass - "Strive" (Survive mix) (5:38)|
|2.||Stylistic - "People" (7:54)|
|1.||Santos Rodriguez - "Road To Rio A2" (5:01)|
|2.||JP Buckle - "One For Da Laydeez" (4:12)|
|3.||Klein - "Arrange" (3:46)|
When he was asked to put together the fourth volume in Dekmantel's brilliant Selectors series, Joy Orbison decided to use the opportunity to pay tribute to the rich history of UK dance music. Predictably, his on-point selections join the dots between the past and the present, moving from the London beat poetry of James Messiah and hard-to-find 1991 UK hardcore of R Solution's surprisingly deep and melodious "Skinny Long Git", to the crunchy, mad-as-a-box-of-frogs IDM of JP Buckle's 1998, Rephlex-released oddity "One For Da Laydeez". Along the way, he finds space for the sparkling early D&B of "Lush" by Oblivion (AKA Source Direct), the low-slung, bass-heavy deep house/acid house fusion of L.E Bass and the analogue techyno idealism of Beatrice Dillon.
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