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Cat: AOS (7700)2. Rel: 28 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself
  2. Ready My Black Asz
  3. Messier Sixty Eight
  4. Dumpster Graves
  5. She's Sah Hero Nik
  6. Broken Bamalance Horn
  7. Force FED The Meds!!!!!!
  8. Its Money In The 'D'
Review: The second part of Omar S' You For Letting Me Be Myself album in vinyl form sees another 8 tracks across four sides of wax; aside from the '80s inflected sounds of the album's title track, the 303 workout of "Ready My Black Asz" finds itself with the dubbed out loops of "Messier Sixty Eight". As a bonus for those who already have the album, this part contains two vinyl exclusive tracks; the soothing deepness of "She's Sah Hero Nik" and the delayed organ weirdness of "Broken Bamalance Horn" - both more than worth the price of admission alone.
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Cat: FXHE 3000. Rel: 10 Feb 12
Deep House
  1. Got The Drop On Dem
  2. Gunup Runup
  3. My Naffew Randy
  4. Unitarian
  5. Who's In Key
 in stock $20.79
Cat: AOS (7700)1. Rel: 28 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. I Just Want (Luke Hess mix)
  2. Air Of The Day
  3. Be YoSelf
  4. Rewind (feat L'Rena)
  5. The Shit Baby
  6. Hellter Shelter
  7. Amalthea
  8. Tardigrade’s
Review: Although Omar S' excellent Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself album was released on CD a few months ago, it's the deluxe vinyl version that the real "Homie's and Tender Roni's" have been waiting for. Only Omar S could get away with spreading all of its 14 tracks across 4 12"s, split into two parts, but for those yet to sample its delights, the album's superb selection of tracks more than justifies the expense; Part 1 features the superb vocal turn from L'Renee on "Rewind", the insanely feelgood house of "The Shit Baby", the experimental dubbiness of "Helter Shelter" and thick set deep house of "Amalthea".
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Tonite (12")
Cat: FXHE AOL. Rel: 10 Feb 12
Deep House
  1. Tonite (original mix)
  2. Tonite (Detroit mix)
Review: Such is the prolific nature of FXHE at the moment, which ever pressing plant Omar S uses must be pretty happy with their contract. Following swiftly from Omar S's ode to the Axel F sound comes the debut missive from Aaron "Fit" Siegel. Named so thanks to his work at the helm of Fit Distribution, Siegel is a key figure in ensuring the ongoing healthy output of Detroit's house and techno militia and "Tonite" proves to be an auspicious debut. Featuring the vocal talents of L'Renne, the track is one of those eminently soulful house tracks with a sparse approach to production, all the elements sounding so crisp and distinct in the mix but judged perfectly. Such a track and the tougher B Side Detroit Mix just demonstrate how on top of their game FXHE are right now - big tip!
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Cat: FXHE PUS. Rel: 04 May 12
Deep House
  1. SEX (CGP (Conant Gardens Posse) remix)
  2. SEX (Dick Tease remix)
  3. SEX (AOL remix)
  4. SEX (Mack & Bewick remix)
Review: SEX (remixes) makes for another triumphant 12" from the uber prolific FXHE stable and further smears the edges of expectation when it comes to the singular Omar S. Once again utilising the silky vocal delivery of singer L Renee, the four tracks here take divergent stylistic routes but each is magnificent. Keen listeners of Benji B's Radio 1 show will have heard the Conant Garden Posse version on a recent Big Strick guest mix, a devilishly dirty riposte to the Ghetto House aesthetic which has L Renee's vocals gliding over a snapping, raw house beat. Alongside this are two variants done in collaboration between Omar S and Aaron Fit Siegel which sound like they've been particularly inspired by soundtrack to Drive. Check the final Mack & Bewick remix for some detuned analogue nightmare set to a rippling electro beat.
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001 (12")
Cat: AOS 2475. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Deep House
  1. Poor Food
  2. Bitch
  3. Motion
  4. 200001
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  1. Big Strick - "Family Affair" (feat Omar S)
  2. Genereation Next - "Windsor Nights"
  3. Reckless Ron Cook - "Night Moves"
  4. Big Strick - "Armed & Dangerous"
Review: Leonard "Big Strick" Strickland is perhaps best known for his family ties with Omar-S (they're cousins), though his productions are well worthy of praise in their own right. Here, he offers up a sampler 12" featuring cuts from his recent (and excellent) Reservoir Dogs LP. Perhaps the most noteworthy cut is "Family Affair", a lovingly constructed chunk of hypnotic, melodic deepness written with Omar-S. That said, Strick's solo effort "Armed & Dangerous" - a winding chunk of voodoo techno - is arguably better. The mazy techno-funk of Reckless Ron Cook's "Night Moves" is also outstanding.
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Cat: AOS 7501. Rel: 24 Nov 12
Techno
  1. Triangulum Australe (Say It Space)
  2. Mayall II
Review: FXHE has been brimming with activity in recent times, with a steadfast flurry of singles refusing to let the quality drop, and now the big bossman delivers another two slices of finely cured business in his inimitable style. The lead track is an arresting piece with just a kick to drive proceedings, leaving ample room for a haunting array of bleeps and a 'speak & spell' vocal until the track slowly ramps up with some more prominent drum programming. "Mayall II" on the flip is a less tense affair, with a cheery string refrain and old school jack-in-the-box beats disseminated in a plain and simple fashion.
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Cat: AOS 123. Rel: 24 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Don't Let Dis Be HapNin!!
  2. We Can Do Dis Like (by Don Q)
  3. U Heard What Da Man Said Muthafukka!!
  4. Nelson County
Review: Despite having already released a 16 track album this year, Detroit's finest, Omar S, proves that there is quite simply nothing stopping him as he issues the four track Nelson County. "Don't Let Dis Be HapNin! Comes on like the classic "Psychotic Photosynthesis" at witnessed through a haze of smoked glass, while "U Heard What Da Man Said Muthafukka!!" is something much more driving, like taking a spin on Detroit's streets after dark in a souped up Dodge Charger, before "Nelson County" sees the tough house-focused denouement take place in a dingy backstreet club. As always with Omar S, this stuff doesn't mess about....
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Cat: AOS 6000. Rel: 12 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Solely Supported
  2. Supported Solely
  3. Look Hear Watch
  4. I Come Over
  5. Ganymede
  6. You Wish
  7. Over You Too
  8. It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It
  9. Nite's Over Compton
  10. Here's Your Trance Now Dance
  11. Skynet 2 B
  12. Bobien Larkin
Review: Omar S has always been something of a maverick, but even by his own high standards, surprise second album It Can Be Done, But Only I Can Do It is something else. Like much of his work, it's an album of acute contrasts: tough and aggressive on one hand (the ragging acid of the opener and "Ganymede"), soft, calming and blissful on the other ("Nite's Over Comption"). Along the way, highlights are plentiful, from the heady deep house of "You Wish", sparse porno beatdown of "Look Hear Watch" and hypnotic rhythms of "Bobien Larkin", to the next generation Motor City techno of "Over You Two" and near-anthemic simplicity of "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance".

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Cat: FXHE O&C. Rel: 26 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Who Wrote The Rules Of Love (R&B Long mix)
  2. Who Wrote The Rules Of Love (Shadow Ray remix)
  3. Who Wrote The Rules Of Love (R&B Short mix)
Review: Omar S is clearly having fun this year - the subtle euphoria of "Here's Your Trance Now Dance" was followed by a new studio album, released recently with about six days notice - and now he's popped up with a new 12" featuring Colonel Abrams on FXHE. The legendary urban crooner turns in a typically soulful vocal turn on "Who Wrote The Rules Of Love", which comes in three versions: two R&B mixes (short and long) and a remix from Shadow Ray. It's the Shadow Ray tweak that will turn on the house heads, with a beefy acid line and chopped up vocals forming the backbone of the arrangement. Those who get in quick can grab the lovely coloured vinyl version!
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Cat: AOS 6000. Rel: 08 Oct 11
Deep House
  1. I Come Over
  2. Ganymede
  3. It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It
  4. Bobien Larkin
  5. Nite's Over Compton
  6. Look Hear Watch
  7. Over You Too
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Cat: OAS (1000). Rel: 08 Dec 11
Deep House
  1. Oasis Three
  2. Oasis Two
  3. Oasis One
  4. Oasis Four
  5. Oasis Five
  6. Oasis Six
  7. Oasis Seven
  8. Oasis Eight
  9. Oasis Nine
  10. Oasis Ten
  11. Oasis Eleven
  12. Oasis Twelve (Short Circuit)
  13. Oasis Thirteen (2011 mix)
  14. Oasis Thirteen (1/2 Fabrik mix)
  15. Oasis Fourteen (2011 Loud mix)
Review: Before Omar-S became a global cult hero amongst the underground house and techno community, there was Oasis - a collaborative project with fellow Detroit producer Shadow Ray that spawned two full-length albums of deep, stripped-back Motor City grooves. This timely reissue offers an expanded version of their 2004 debut set, Oasis Collaborating. Given that it was Alex "Omar" Smith's first attempt at an album it's pretty impressive, offering a hypnotic, otherworldly mix of cuts that icily flits between stone-cold drum tracks, droning ambience, mildly aloof club workouts and glistening, space age techno. This edition also includes three previously unreleased cuts, including two 2011 remakes that bring the originals bang up to date.
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998 (12")
Cat: FXHEMINID. Rel: 23 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Income Tax Refund Dance
  2. The White Castle Song
  3. Untitled (feat Patrik Sjeren)
  4. 3c 273
Review: FXHE maintain their monthly heat emission for 2012, with label boss Omar S displaying all aspects of his production prowess (as well as skill for a humorous track titles) across four productions - one of which features the button bashing assistance of one Patrik Sjeren. There's something icily brilliant about the restrained "Income Tax Refund Dance" melding a dark piano riff with snapping 808 kicks and rippling lo fi rhythms which only further justifies the title of Omar S's killer 2011 LP. It's complemented by the far rowdier box jam "The White Castle Song" which jackhammers a simple yet highly flammable key riff over low rent percussion for FXHE's most potent ode to the perfect warehouse moment since the all conquering "Here's Your Trance..." Given the lack of additional info, we presume the Patrik Sjeren that produces the B Side "Untitled" track is the same Patrik Sjeren that released in the mid 90s under a multiplicity of aliases, and his contribution is every bit as incendiary as the track preceding it, whilst "3c 273" sees Omar S slip into pensive utopian electro mode with aplomb.
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OMAR S/VARIOUS
1 (mixed CD)
Cat: AOS (2004). Rel: 03 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Omar-S - "Motion"
  2. Omar-S - "The White Castle Song"
  3. Omar-S & Shadow Ray - "Oasis#13"
  4. Omar-S - "Missin You"
  5. Omar-S - "Who Wrote The Rules Of Love" (Shadow Ray remix)
  6. Omar-S & Kai Alce - "Jivetime"
  7. Omar-S - "SEX"
  8. Gunnar Wendel - "578" (Omar-S remix)
  9. Omar-S & O B Ignitt - "Wayne County Hill Cops Part2" (Omar-S mix)
  10. Omar-S - "Heres Your Trance Now Dance"
  11. Omar-S - "Sarah"
  12. Jason Fine - "Jack Yo Bodda"
  13. Luke Hess - "Break Through"
  14. O B Ignitt - "Oh Jabba"
  15. Fit - "Enter The Fog" (feat Gunnar Wendal)
  16. DJ Blend - "Eclat"
Review: It's been ten years since outspoken Detroit house legend Omar-S launched his FXHE label, which is no mean feat for a DIY label. To celebrate the fact, he's decided to put together the first in a series of mix CDs highlight the much-loved imprints vast discography. Entitled simply 1, the 74 minute vinyl only set takes an entertaining saunter through the label's bulging back catalogue, showcasing a range of well-known cuts ("Here's Your Trance, Now Dance" etc) and what the producer calls "some shit [fans] might have slept on". Predictably, it makes for a sumptuous and suitably groovy blend, moving between bespoke soulful house (Omar-S's much-loved "Sex"), deep Detroit futurism (Omar-S and O B Ignitt's "Wayne County Hill Cops Part 2"), dreamy jack tracks (Jason Fine's "Jack Yo Bodda") and tactile tech-house (Fit and Gunnar Wendel's "Enter the Fog").
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Cat: OAS 13. Rel: 22 Feb 07
Deep House
  1. Thirteen
  2. Two
  3. Eight
Review: The main track here shows a slightly different facette of Omar S. Thirteen/Two/Eight, released on FXHE, has a handclapping, twitching beat with a quirky lively synth melody, classic italo disco and early 80 boogie sounds from a Detroit point of view. A vivid techno track and a darker ambient outing keep the quality high.

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Cat: AOS-220. Rel: 26 Nov 08
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Hysteresis
  2. Efilive
  3. Meziere
  4. Postignition
  5. Leaveluck To Heaven
  6. I Know Chun Li
 in stock $14.31
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