|1.||"Electric Alley Cat" (10:02)|
|2.||"JB's Edit" (5:33)|
|1.||"Dark Patterns" (11:06)|
|1.||"Heal Yourself & Move" (10:12)|
|1.||"Sky Walking" (8:53)|
Theo Parrish's long out-of-print debut album, First Floor, has become something of a must-have for collectors. Originally released in two parts way back in 1998 by legendary UK label Peacefrog, it contains some of the Detroit-based producer's finest work. This second installment is packed with highlights, including the loose, loopy deep house funk of "Electric Alleycat", the ultra-deep, Nina Simone sampling haziness of "Sky Walking", and the superb, Moodymann-does-Chicago Acid shuffle of "Heal Yourself & More". It also contains the thrilling "JB's Edit", a dusty, loopy cut-up of an old James Brown tune with tried-and-tested party-starting credentials.
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