|1.||Sleazy McQueen - "The Wrong Virrey" (7:11)|
|1.||Dicky Trisco - "And The Groove Goes On & On" (6:53)|
|2.||Labor Of Love - "After Dark" (6:16)|
Is there room in the realm of vinyl only disco edits labels for another operation? Labor Of Love certainly proved there was with the inaugural bout of edits that dropped on their much loved debut 12" earlier this year. Whereas the scalpel artists on that 12" remained uncredited, Labor Of Love reveal all on this second transmission with edit regulars Sleazy McQueen and Dicky Trisco joining the fray alongside the label owners themselves. It's the drunken disco styles of Whiskey Disco man Sleazy McQueen that kicks things off on horn-laden, dubbed out groover "The Wrong Virrey" which is a solid A-side dancefloor pleaser. Down below, "And The Groove Goes On & On" finds old Dicky operating at more of a funked out slo-mo pace, whilst Labor of Love's "After Dark" is reminiscent of early Mark E and features some resplendent disco string arrangements.
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