|1.||"Hold It" (6:31)|
|2.||"Demon Beat" (6:06)|
|1.||"Long Lost Love" (6:58)|
|2.||"Stuck In Chicago" (5:30)|
The Revenge returns to Hometaping is Killing Music after an eight-year absence. For the occasion, he's collected together a selection of "Lost Grooves", which we can only assume to mean previously unreleased gems from his no-doubt bulging vaults. All four cuts are typically on-point and explore different aspects of house music's long and storied history. So, while "Hold It" sounds like a cross between Inner City and David Morales in Red Zone mode, "Demon Beat" is the kind of sleazy, low-slung throb-job that would once have got Danny Tenaglia hot under the collar. Meanwhile "Long Lost Love" recalls Clark's finest moments on Instruments of Rapture, while "Stuck In Chicago" is a loopy acid jacker that would no doubt thrill Ron Hardy's ghost.
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