|1.||"Liquid" (PR’s edit) (6:29)|
|2.||"Ndlho" (PR’s edit) (5:12)|
|1.||"True" (PR’s edit) (5:41)|
Born out of a dingy basement club in Hollywood, Pleasure of Love has grown from an anything goes disco house party, to an adventurous re-edit label. Their edits reflect the spirit of the party and a limited pressing of 300 matches the capacity of the venue that holds it each week. The second release on the label is courtesy of Barcelona's Pau Roca, who serves up some sexy and lo-slung disco on "Liquid" (PR's edit), some spiritualised Afro boogie down business on "Ndlho" (PR's edit) and some sweltering conga action (with a touch of lounge) on the trance inducing "True" (PR's edit).
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