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I Feel Love (remix) (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
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Cat: 538933 7. Rel: 15 Nov 19
  1. Donna Summer - "I Feel Love" (Patrick Cowley Mega mix) (15:54)
  2. Earth, Wind & Fire With The Emotions - "Boogie Wonderland" (12' version) (8:17)
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  1. Akabu - "Ride The Storm" (feat Linda Clifford - Saison remix) (7:21)
  2. The Love Symphony Orchestra - "Let Me Be Your Fantasy" (Dr Packer remix) (7:31)
  3. Joey Negro Presents The Sunburst Band - "Everyday" (JN Disco Re-Bump remix) (7:28)
  4. Art Of Tones - "Flower Child" (feat Anduze) (7:01)
Review: Like its numerous predecessors, 16th edition of Z Records' long running "Attack The Dancefloor" series is packed to the rafters with tried and tested dancefloor treats, most of which have never appeared on vinyl before. First up, Saison tackles Akabu's 2001 classic "Ride The Storm", turning it into a deep, bouncy and rubbery chunk of lilting, string-drenched house goodness, before Dr Packer delivers a subtly tooled-up take on The Love Symphony Orchestra's grandiose and sexually-charged 1978 disco classic "Let Me Be Your Fantasy". Label head honcho Joey Negro provides a superb deep disco rework of one of his own productions, the Sunburst Band's 2004 summer sing-along "Everyday", while Art of Tones' "Flower Child" is a flash-fried, disco-funk romp laden with superb lead vocals from Anduze.
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  1. The O'Jays - "Put Our Heads Together" (Joey Negro Re-Organised Master mix) (8:39)
  2. Doug Willis - "Dancin' 2020" (Joey Negro extended Rebuild) (7:47)
  3. Sunkids - "Rescue Me" (feat Chance - Joey Negro's In Full Swing mix) (7:36)
  4. Double Exposure - "Everyman" (Joey Negro's Salsoul Strut) (7:18)
Review: The latest volume in Z Records' essential "Attack The Dancefloor" 12" series draws together some killer recent rubs by Dave Lee AKA Joey Negro. He first delivers a "Re-Organised Master Mix" of the O'Jays' 80s electrofunk sing-along "Put Our Heads Together", wisely emphasizing the vocals and killer synthesizer motifs, before offering up an "extended rebuild" of his classic Doug Willis cut "Dancin' 2020" that smothers a soaring disco track with spacey synth solos and jaunty pianos. Side B sports an organ-heavy "In Full Swing" remix of Sunkids and Chance's U.S garage classic "Rescue Me", as well a scene-stealing rework of Double Exposure's Salsoul classic "Everyman". While the whole EP is impressive, the latter is particularly inspired.
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  1. Can't Live Without Your Love (JN Space Disco mix) (8:46)
  2. Come Together (JN reprise) (3:44)
  3. Can't Dub Without Your Love (JN Super dub) (8:26)
  4. Timbales Are My Way Of Life (JN beats) (3:27)
Review: More from Joey Negro's "Remixed With Love" series, in which the veteran producer puts his own spin on classic disco cuts using the original multi-track master tapes. The headline attraction on his latest batch of reworks is undoubtedly the two takes on Tamiko Jones' intergalactic disco-funk jam "Can't Live Without Your Love". There's a fine, full vocal "Space Disco Mix" and a "Super Dub" that strips the vocal back to delay-laden phrases bobbing in a sea of echoing guitars, spacey synth flourishes and killer grooves. Elsewhere, the Z Records boss delivers a beat-free "Reprise" of the Trammps' "Come Together" that makes much of their group vocals and tasty organ motifs, before turning Patti LaBelle's "Music Is My Way Of Life" into a timbales-heavy drum track.
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  1. Delia Renee - "You're Gonna Want Me Back" (Joey Negro Disco Blend) (7:59)
  2. Foreal People - "Shake" (Dr Packer Re-shake) (6:47)
  3. Z Factor - "Gotta Keep Pushin" (Grant Nelson remix) (6:32)
  4. Four80East & CeCe Peniston - "Are You Ready?" (Joey Negro Redemption mix) (7:03)
Review: If you're looking for a great selection of house and disco club cuts, you can't beat Z Records "Attack The Dancefloor" Series. The latest volume begins with the revivalist disco brilliance of label founder Dave Lee AKA Joey Negro's remix of Delia Renee's "You're Gonna Want Me Back", before moving on to the slightly more house-centric modern disco vibes of Dr Packer's superb revision of vintage Dave Lee production (as Foreal People) "Shake". Over on side B, Grant Nelson offers up a filter-sporting disco-house revision of Z Factor classic "Gotta Keep Pushin", before Lee dons the Joey Negro alias one more time to wrap ear-catching church organ solos around a gospel-influenced house groove on an excellent remix of Four80East and CeCe Peniston's "Are You Ready?".
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Fashion (12")
Cat: ZEDD 12094. Rel: 28 May 08
  1. Fashion (Joey Negro club mix)
  2. Fashion (Fashionably Dubbed)
  3. Journey To The Sun (Joey Negro Muso disco mix)
  4. Journey To The Sun (acappella)
Played by: Dekky
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  1. Samson & Delilah - "I Can Feel Your Love Slippin Away" (6:55)
  2. Mastermind - "Happy Music" (7:08)
  3. Lisa HIll - "I Am On The Real Side" (6:54)
  4. Kerr - "Back At Ya" (6:00)
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Cat: ZEDD 12262. Rel: 27 Jun 18
  1. Distorting Space Time (Ron Trent remix) (8:51)
  2. Latican Boogie (Crackazat remix) (5:38)
  3. In Search Of The Dream (feat Angela Johnson - Lay-Far remix) (6:36)
  4. Distorting Space Time (Fouk remix) (6:56)
Review: The veteran producer's latest EP, in which a quartet of highly regarded producers tinker with tracks from his vast catalogue, contains some real gems. Top of the pile is Ron Trent's rework of "Distorting Space Time", which is not only typically warm, woozy and percussion rich, but also makes great use of some decidedly trippy, delay style effects. Elsewhere, Crackazat grins his way towards piano house anthem territory via an arms-aloft revision of "Latican Boogie", Lay-Far joins the dots between jazz-funk, boogie and sumptuous deep house on a delightful rework of "In Search of the Dream" and Fouk successfully breaks up the beats on a jazzy and bass-heavy mix of "Distorting Space Time".
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  1. Mistura - "Do You Love Me?" (feat Angela Johnson - Joey Negro Disco Blend) (6:20)
  2. Sylvester - "I Need You" (Opolopo remix) (7:55)
  3. Neapolitan Soul - "Welcome To The Dub" (11:44)
  4. Raquel Rodriguez - "We Go Together" (Joey Negro club mix) (6:21)
Review: Over the years, Z Records' "Attack The Dancefloor" series has proved to be a serious source of tried-and-tested club cuts in a disco-centric style. Volume 13 is full to bursting with must-have tracks too. Label boss Dave Lee sets the tone, donning his famous Joey Negro alias to deliver a sumptuously summery "Disco Blend" of Mistura's Angela Johnson-voiced "Do You Love Me?" before Opolopo steals the show by turning Sylvester's surging disco anthem "I Need You" into a synth-sporting chunk of revivalist disco-boogie. Neapolitan Soul's "Welcome To The Dub" is a punchy chunk of disco-house laden in percussion and cute instrumental touches, while Lee's Joey Negro Club mix of Raquel Rodriguez's "We Go Together" is a sweet and seductive fusion of jazz-funk instrumentation and celebratory disco grunt.
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  1. Overture (Folamour Orchestra mix) (6:57)
  2. Do You Want The Real Thing? (Ron Basejam dub) (6:29)
  3. Let Them Dance (Idjut Boys remix) (11:40)
  4. Cathedrals (Jkriv dub) (6:33)
Review: Part two of a picture sleeve, special release for Record Store Day 2018, featuring new and exclusive remixes of American legend D.C. LaRue. "Overture" (Folamour Orchestra mix) sees the French rising star deliver a glimmering boogie-down perspective for the late night, while Crazy P main man James Baron dons the Ron Basejam alias again - for a sunny dub of "Do You Want The Real Thing?" from the 1978 motion picture Thank God It's Friday. The always reliable Idjut Boys lend their deft hands to a remix of "Let Them Dance" from 1978's classic Confessions LP and closing out this fine remix package on the flip is the Razor-N-Tape affiliated J-Kriv: serving up another 'respectful edit', this time of "Cathedrals".
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  1. Lonnie Liston Smith - "Space Princess" (JN Space Goddess mix) (10:44)
  2. Lonnie Liston Smith - "Space Princess" (JN Break mix) (3:52)
  3. Gwen McCrae - "Keep The Fire Burning" (JN Special dub #3) (6:49)
  4. Wardell Piper - "The Power Of Love" (JN Power Of The Boogie mix) (7:11)
Review: Thanks to soaring demand on the second-hand market, Joey Negro has decided to re-press this killer collection of disco remixes that originally appeared on a limited-edition Record Store Day release. All four were created, but not released, during the making of his superb Remixed With Love albums. The A-side boasts two versions of Lonnie Liston Smith classic "Space Princess"; an epic, peak-time disco revision and a brilliant beats version (the "Break Mix"") that consists of little more than punchy percussion, trippy effects and bags of energy. Turn to the flip for Negro's impeccably delay-laden, New York style dub of Gwen McCrae's "Keep The Fire Burning" and a spine-tingling, sing-along rearrangement of Wardell Piper's lesser-celebrated disco-boogie classic "The Power of Love".
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  1. Phreek - "I'm A Big Freak (R*U*1*2)" (JN Super Phreek Out) (8:38)
  2. Phreek - "Everybody Loves A Good Thing" (JN More Of A Good Thing mix) (12:59)
Review: The latest edition in Joey Negro's ongoing "Remixed With Love" series sees the veteran producer turning his hand to two tracks from the 1978 debut album by Phreek, an all-star studio band helmed by Patrick Adams and Leroy Burgess. Side A boasts a superb revision of "I'm A Big Freak (R*U*1*2)" in which the Z Records boss turns an already wild cut into a synth-laden freak-out of epic proportions (think crazy synth solos, heady party atmosphere and urgent vocals). On the flip you'll find an arguably even better version of "Everybody Loves A Good Thing" that places Leroy Burgess' killer lead vocal right at the heart of the action. Joey Negro's extended mix is very respectful of Adams' original version, but that's no bad thing.
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Ragysh (12")
Cat: RBCR-78. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Untitled (1:51)
  2. Ragysh (8:51)
  3. Snooze 4 Love (8:06)
  4. Bonysh (5:10)
Review: ** Running Back Repress for the Terje Fans **Terje Olsen doesn't release many records, but when he does they tend to be pretty special. This surprise EP for Running Back is his only his fifth original single in seven years, but it's arguably his best yet. "Ragysh" is devilishly simple, a naggingly hypnotic house/ electronic disco head-nodder that builds to a gasping climax of chic, intergalactic melodies. It's partnered by "Bonysh", a dubwise beats track that ekes maximum thrills from little more than ever-changing percussion. B-side "Snooze For Love" - available in dancefloor and downtempo versions - continues the stargazing theme, offering up an uber-Balearic mix of bleep melodies, dozy chords and sleepwalking percussion.
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Cyclia Two (12")
Cat: RB 0862. Rel: 25 Mar 20
  1. Future Fantasy (6:28)
  2. One Night In P Bar (6:25)
  3. Dutch Gold (6:44)
  4. Genesis (6:04)
Review: Krystal Klear knows a thing or two about making big dance floor tracks, and now he proves that again with tunes inspired by Jim Henson's psychedelic and cinematic nightclub fantasy of the late 1960's. The results are further-retro disco dazzlers with piebald leads, crystalline pads and chattering claps that all fizz with energy. "Future Fantasy" is the brightest of the lot, while "One Night In P Bar" gets more dark and dirty. "Dutch Gold" is an all out disco-trance anthem to get hands in the air and "Genesis" brings you back down to earth with long legged disco grooves and shimmering arps.
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Cat: RB 027. Rel: 03 Aug 11
  1. Morning Come
  2. Turning
  3. Green Flash
  4. Femme Cosmic
Review: It's fair to say Running Back have not put a foot wrong this year with headline releases from Tiger & Woods and Todd Terje complemented by some lesser celebrated but by no means less impressive twelve inches from Marco Passarani, Disco Nihilist and that stunning Son Of Sam reissue. Their latest release sees the focus shift to another under the radar producer in Suzanne Kraft, whose Green Flash EP makes for one of this year's most attractive releases thanks to distinctive green and yellow patterns that adorn the cover art. Tellingly, the music itself proves to be even better, adopting a pleasantly midtempo poise on "Morning Come" with swathes of melodies infused with sunset gradually rising to the fore. This joyous feeling flushes through the rest of the EP with both "Turning" and the title track sounding like Tiger & Woods performing from the deep end of the pool. "Femme Cosmic" provides an excellent finish to proceedings, unfolding from a tinnily reverberant slowed down proto house drawl into some midnight cruise through dubbed out mutant 80s disco boogie.
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Cat: RB 020. Rel: 14 Jan 10
  1. Space & Time (unreleased re-edit)
  2. Prescription Every Night
Review: Running Back Records chief Gerd Janson has decided to revive a piece of dance history by reissuing Heaven & Earth's classic 1995 house offering. Back then, producers Luke Solomon, Rob Mello and Zaki D teamed to form a collective known as Heaven & Earth. Paying homage to their favourite label, Prescription Records who were putting out the deep, acid house that they loved from owners Chez Damier and Ron Trent, the trio collaborated on two original tracks - the now legendary "A Space and Time" and "Prescription Every Night".

The release blew up, turning the three London producers into household names overnight. - so much so that collective pronged off into their own solo careers. Such has been the demand for each, that a remix of "Beau Mot Plage" and Red Nail's "I Think of You" are the only times that they worked together again.

Fifteen years later, Gerd Janson secured the rights to re-issue the release and even loaded the EP with a couple of note worthy additions to entice record collectors to pick up a copy even if the original sits proudly in their record box. An unreleased edit of "Space and Time", where the piano takes on a more dubby feel, is joined by the disco tinged "Prescription Every Night", immortalized in Carl Craig's infamous 1995 Essential Mix.

This re-mastered and re-shaped EP is an original slice of the disco-house sound that has become so fashionable of late. As dance culture becomes more and more reflective, it is testament to the classic early tracks that inspired a generation that they are picked up again fifteen years later and re-issued for a new generation to treasure and cherish
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Cat: RB 072RMX. Rel: 14 Nov 18
  1. Neutron Dance (Paul Woolford Jolly Roger rework) (7:45)
  2. Neutron Dance (Fango remix) (7:08)
  3. Neutron Dance (Mano Le Tough vocal mix) (6:55)
  4. Neutron Dance (Gerd Janson Birkenstock remix) (6:48)
Review: If you've danced at house-focused clubs and festivals this year, there's a strong chance that you've strut your stuff plenty of times to Krystal Klear's "Neutron Dance". The hooky, riff-heavy original version isn't included on this remix package, but happily the assembled reworks are all killers in their own right. We're particularly enjoying the squeezable synth bass, punchy machine drums and fluid piano solos that catch the ear on Paul Woolford's ace "Jolly Roger Version", not to mention the sweaty breakbeats, restless drum machine cowbells and thrusting New York freestyle bass underpinning Fango's fantastic take. Elsewhere, Gerd Janson straps on his "Birkies" and re-imagines the cut as a retro-futurist house treat while Mano Le Tough doffs a cap towards Italo-disco and throbbing big room house.
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Played by: Kraak & Smaak
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Get Closer (12")
Cat: RBSSS 2. Rel: 20 Dec 17
  1. Get Closer (Tiger & Woods remix) (8:32)
  2. Get Closer (Gerd Janson edit) (7:43)
  3. Get Closer (DJ Oyster Tool) (3:39)
Review: Valerie Dore's "Get Closer" has never been one of Italo-disco's most in-demand records, though the Milan-made synth-pop style chugger is undoubtedly something of a slept-on classic. Running Back boss Gerd Janson is clearly a fan, though, because he's decided to give it the remix treatment. He provides his own "Coy Club Edit" interpretation, which sticks closely to the original while removing some of the track's cheesier elements, while DJ Oyster reaches for the filters and provides a "Tool Time" cut for adventurous DJs (think vocal loops and the like). The headline attraction, though, is undoubtedly the Tiger & Woods remix, which reconfigures the track as a loopy and loved-up chunk of saucer-eyed Italo-disco/deep house/electrofunk fusion.
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Music (12")
Cat: RBSSS 3. Rel: 05 Sep 18
  1. Music (5:19)
  2. Music (remix) (5:16)
  3. More Music (3:01)
  4. Music (Boris Dlugosch remix) (7:15)
  5. Music (Boris Dlugosch bonus beats) (4:09)
  6. Music (Boris Dlugosch Tribal reprise) (1:55)
Review: Here's a classic to those who know, that gets a much needed reissue by Running Back. Originally released in 1984, Syncbeat was a project by Craig Bevan and the lesser known Pete Ramon who were pioneers of UK electro and "Music" was definitely geared towards the breakdancing culture of the time. With its slap bass synths, sharp beats and jacked vocals, it's a real zeitgeist of early '80s street culture. The original remix was by none other than Greg Wilson, and it comes with a bunch of new renditions by another legend - Hamburg's Boris Dlugosch. He delivers some perspectives that add some much appreciated dynamics for modern dancefloors while remaining respectful to the original.
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Cat: RB 072. Rel: 25 Apr 18
  1. Neutron Dance (6:39)
  2. Division Ave (4:24)
  3. Shockzoid (9:07)
  4. Moonshake Mine (6:04)
Review: In recent times, Krystal Klear's EPs have wholeheartedly paid tribute to a variety of (mostly New York-based) historic clubs, artists and dance music sub-genres. While he's officially broken the spell with The Division EP - his first outing on Running Back - for the most part it's still a heart-warming, retro-futurist treat. He kicks things off with the cheery, Italo-disco revivalism of "Neutron Dance", where throbbing synthesizer arpeggio lines and mid-80s melodies are underpinned by a bustling mid-tempo house groove, before slowing things down via the Balearic synth-pop shuffle of "Division Ave". Turn to the flipside and you'll find more muscular, freestyle-meets-acid house fun (wild and mind-altering peak-time highlight "Shockzoid") as well as the baggy, glassy-eyed Balearic house rush of closer "Moonshake Mike".
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Kairo (green vinyl 12")
Cat: RBSSS 4. Rel: 20 Feb 19
  1. Kairo (5:22)
  2. Kozak 2000 (4:32)
  3. Kairo (Boris Dlugosch instrumental edit) (5:54)
Review: Originally released back in 1984, and regularly heard in underground clubs at the time such as Hamburg's legendary club Front, "Kairo" was the one and only EP by the enigmatic Udytu Utzelturk And His Male Harem - on the short lived King Kong Productions. The title track was considered controversial by some, with an Imam singing over an Italo disco style groove. On the flip "Kozak 2000" is a sleazy funk jam. As part of Running Back's 2019 reissue here, Gerd Janson has called upon Boris Dlugosch - one time resident of the aforementioned Front - to deliver the exclusive re-edit duties - and he does a pretty fine job of extending it out in respectful fashion.
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  1. Time Million (Pepe Hardclipping remix) (10:40)
  2. Time Million (Villalobos remix) (13:59)
Review: Eagle-eyed readers may have spotted a number of other 12" singles bearing remixes of this track. According to Gerd Janson, it's because he got a bit overexcited when commissioning club-friendly revisions of the cut, an "outsider pop" gem that will be featured on Feater's forthcoming album "Socialo Blanco". It would be fair to say that the mixes featured here are suitably big. Pepe Bradock handles the A-side, wrapping dubbed-out synth stabs, watery melodies and fireside-hot bass around a skittish, techno-tempo rhythm track. It's one of the French producer's most accessible and peak-time ready revisions for some time. On the reverse, Ricardo Villalobos offers up a suitably percussive, off-kilter minimal techno take that makes great use of short vocal and guitar sounds lifted from Feater's Balearic-minded original mix.
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  1. Time Million (Villalobos dub) (14:02)
  2. Time Million (Pepe Often Bachapella) (3:38)
  3. Time Million (Pepe bonus Bit) (7:06)
Played by: Lluck, M50
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  1. Time Million (Pangaea dub mix) (6:09)
  2. Time Million (Pangaea instrumental mix) (7:14)
  3. Time Million (Krystal Klear remix) (6:48)
  4. Time Million (Feater & Sam Irl Time Billion dub) (7:38)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
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Cyclia One (12")
Cat: RB 0861. Rel: 20 Nov 19
  1. Entre Nous (6:47)
  2. Autobahn (6:53)
  3. I'll Be There When You Need Me (7:26)
  4. Gambino (5:34)
Review: Since first pitching up on Running Back a year or two back, Dec Lennon AKA Krystal Klear has delivered some of his strongest music to date, including a string of peak-time anthems ("Neutron Dance, "Euphoric Dreams" etc). His latest EP for Gerd Janson's label is similarly strong. Check first the trance-influenced, synth-laden throb of "Entre Nous", where big room piano riffs help raise the track to hands-in-the-air anthem status, before admiring the new beat and EBM influenced neo-trance workout "Autobahn". "I'll Be There When You Need Me" is one of Lennon's most saucer-eyed and loved-up tunes to date - all warm waves of synthesizer bliss and decidedly Balearic melodies - while "Gambino" is a cheery skip through 1980s NYC freestyle territory with added Mylo style riffs.
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Marching In Time 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 092. Rel: 22 Jun 20
  1. Gimme Your Lovin (5:47)
  2. Dr Sarmaz (6:17)
  3. Feel It Flow (4:00)
  4. Atai (L'eau Est Chaude) (4:38)
  5. Culture Rescue Service (5:09)
Review: Here's a record perfectly suited to the Emotional Rescue sphere. International Noise Orchestra was born out of a collaboration between Berliner Ulrich Homberg and Algerian drummer Jol Allouche, first embarked on in the 1980s when they sought to combine 'new technology with old'. The results are wonderfully vibrant, evocative of the era but also packed with open-ended experimentation that sounds fresh more than 30 years later. There's a push and pull between the collaborating parties, but the frisson between cultures and methods is where this record gets its unique groove from, all delivered with a slick 80s cool it's hard to resist.




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Afrodesia Episode One (12" 再プレス)
Cat: BSTX 067. Rel: 11 Jun 20
  1. Deep Down In Zanzibar (6:42)
  2. Desert Storm (6:32)
  3. Meet In Tunis (5:28)
  4. Orion Beat (6:17)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Afrodesia may come on like another dusted down gem from those dedicated detectives at Best, but it is in fact a modern construction from the talented studio trysts of Mystic Jungle and Whodamanny from the Periodica camp. These Italian producers have more than proved their knack for crafting sublime, honey-smooth jams with a nod to the golden studio era of the 70s and 80s, and they're more than up to the task on this killer 12" of heavy funking jams with a dose of boogie and a nod to Ivory Coast disco. It's quite simply perfection, rendered with love and attention to detail, but utterly natural in its feel and flavour.
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  1. Dimitri From Brooklyn - "Hooked On This Feelin’" (6:19)
  2. Underdog Edits - "In Need Of That Phone" (7:12)
  3. Arsenii - "Walter’s Afternoon" (5:25)
  4. Joey Negro - "Let’s Get Ornery" (6:30)
  5. Jacques Renault - "Said I Would" (6:30)
  6. JKriv - "Lovin’ Lasers" (6:33)
  7. Daniel T - "All Thai’d Up" (4:52)
  8. Eli Escobar - "I Love Rochelle" (6:26)
  9. Peter Croce - "Love, Peace, & Joy" (6:38)
  10. Superprince - "Dependable" (edit) (6:56)
Review: To mark their 50th release, Brooklyn scalpel fiends Razor-N-Tape has put together a triple-pack of tried-and-tested reworks from some of the scene's heaviest hitters. It's as strong as you'd expect, with highlights including the heavyweight, delay-laden disco-funk brilliance of Dimitri From Brooklyn's "Hooked On This Feeling" (a dub disco revision of an old Frank Hooker jam by Dimitri From Paris), the Clavinet-driven, piano-laden peak-time hustle of Joey Negro's "Let's Get Ornery", the Clarinet and trumpet-sporting hedonism of Jacques Renault's emotive and heart-tugging "Said I Would" and the screaming, hands-aloft rush of Superprince's "Dependable". Fittingly, label co-fouder JKriv delivers one of the standouts, a rolling revision of an Italo-style, arpeggio-driven delight titled "Lovin' Lasers".
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Hot & Bothered EP (transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: RNTR 005. Rel: 29 Jul 15
  1. Hot & Bothered (6:45)
  2. I'm Wishin' (5:30)
  3. Fling Cleaning (6:11)
  4. Visions Of You (3:08)
Review: Brooklyn's Razor-N-Tape reach out to the Lowlands and coax Hans Peeman into donning his Junktion alias for a new four-track 12" on their Razor-N-Tape Reserve label. Living up to it's dignified and reserved billing, this fifth release on the offshoot finds the Nijmegen-based Peeman laying down some luscious, colourful disco vibes that will brighten up any sun laden afternoon on the terrace. Title track "Hot & Bothered" sets the tone with a summery vibe underpinned by some bumping drums, whilst "I'm wishin'" glides with a subtle house bump and some wonderful vocal touches. "Fling Cleaning" sees Peeman veer off into disco chug territory, whilst "Visions of You" ends the 12" on a soulful note.
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Disco Volante EP (green vinyl 12")
Cat: RNTR 015. Rel: 07 Dec 16
  1. Like It Is (5:58)
  2. Nigerian Affair (6:57)
  3. Long Night Ahead (7:15)
  4. Pajama Stomp (6:36)
Review: For their latest journey into re-edit/original production fusion, Brooklyn's Razor 'N' Tape crew has turned to Munich duo COEO, who have previously impressed via fine outings on Toy Tonics and Let's Play House. The four-tracks here, which all blend samples from classic recordings with their own drums and musical flourishes, all sound like guaranteed dancefloor winners. Check, for example, the breezy Afro-beat-goes-disco cheeriness of "Nigerian Affair", the wonderfully rich keys and organic deep house bump of "Pajama Stomp", and the riotous, high-octane disco-house loop-funk of "Long Night Ahead". Best of all, though, is opener "Like It Is", a sweet, dewy-eyed, string-drenched soul revision that achieves the perfect balance between dancefloor grunt, and paying due reverence to the German duo's horn-heavy source material.
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More... I Like It (limited 12")
Cat: BSTX 017. Rel: 07 Oct 19
  1. More... I Like It (4:48)
  2. Twenty Seven (4:03)
  3. More... I Like It (instrumental) (5:01)
Review: REPRESS ALERT! Best Record Italy take the time machine all the way back to 1979 to revisit the wonderful Italo-Disco delights of Adolf Stern, whose "More... I Like It" represents the strangest end of the genre as it was taking shape. With heavily processed vocals injecting some serious strangeness into the chirpy disco backdrop, it's the kind of track to turn heads without a doubt. "Twenty Seven" on the B-side is equally magical in its capturing of the era, with the more obvious surface elements underpinned by a truly intoxicating line in synth arpeggios. Once again Best comes up trumps refreshing the history of Italian music of all shapes and sizes.
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Cat: BST X048. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Computer Communications (10:50)
  2. Computer Communications (remix) (7:24)
Review: Best Records get right to the heart of true Italo disco with this body-poppin' killer from 1983. REM were made up of Paolo Alfani and Nicola Serena, both based in Florence and well ahead of the curve with their experimental electronic disco sound. Making fantastic use of the Mattel Speak & Spell for their vocal hooks, this enterprising duo cooked up a veritable club bomb with their fusion of sleek drum machine rhythms, throbbing acid basslines and romantic synth tones that would come to be widely used in Detroit techno some years later. There's a full original take of the track on the A side, while the flip features a tweaked "remix" version to give you even more of that robo-vocoder action.
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Be Free (limited 12")
Cat: BSTX 075. Rel: 14 Apr 20
  1. Be Free (12" mix) (6:23)
  2. Be Free (instrumental version) (6:27)
Review: First released on the obscure Derby label way back in 1982, Dr Togo's debut single "Be Free" has long been an in-demand Italo-disco rarity. It was co-produced by Louis Figino, who had previously produced Kano's legendary single "I'm Ready", and featured that band's lead vocalist, Glenn White, as the headline-grabbing Dr Togo. This much-needed reissue boasts both versions from the original 12: the deep disco warmth of the A-side vocal version, in which White's invitation to come dance rides rich chords, rubbery slap-bass and spacey synthesizers, and the dub style flipside "Instrumental" mix. In keeping with the style of the time it was recorded, this includes additional layered percussion and selected snippets of the original's female backing vocals.
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Played by: Eddie C
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COEO Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 047. Rel: 01 May 19
  1. Express Lane (6:35)
  2. Libyan Sun (5:20)
  3. Don't Oho (6:11)
  4. Move Your Body (6:26)
Review: Since 2012, Munich duo COEO has served up a swathe of sample heavy, disco influenced house EPs for such labels as Let's Play House, Toy Tonics, Lagaffe Tales and Razor-N-Tape Reserve. Here they pop up on Razor-N-Tape's main edit label with something different: a quartet of traditional scalpel works from their personal stash. First up is the elastic, horn heavy disco-funk of "Express Lane", which is quickly followed by the skewed Arabic boogie-funk brilliance of "Libyan Sun". Over on side B, "Don't Oho" is a breezy revision of a sun-kissed Afro-disco workout that sounds like it would be capable of causing a commotion in the club, while "Move Your Body" makes merry with a warm, rich and intoxicating early '80s boogie-soul jam of unknown origin.
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Cat: BSTX 078. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Love & Magic (mix version) (9:42)
  2. Love & Magic (dub version) (8:26)
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The Remedy (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: RNTR 002. Rel: 14 Nov 13
  1. The Remedy (original mix)
  2. The Remedy (TwoDirty remix)
  3. The Remedy (Caserta Knows The Cure remix)
  4. The Remedy (Grey Area remix)
Review: Local Talk mainstays Dirtytwo jump ship for this fine release on Brooklyn's Razor-N-Tape label, calling in a host of remix talent. The Swedish duo's original of "The Remedy" is the kind of classic '90s tinged house which floats on a cloud of Rhodes keys, New Jersey garage beats and an irresistible female vocal. The "TwoDirty remix" is an altogether sleazier affair, using some funkier bass to retool it for dark basement affairs. Meanwhile Caserta's "Know The Cure remix" employs some particularly fine MK style vocal cut up trickery, weighty piano and tough bassline, while the more free flowing pads and rolling kicks of the Grey Area remix offer perhaps the classiest interpretation of them all, taking things properly deep with its sound design.
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  1. Willie Hutch - "Slick"
  2. Los Monequitos De Matanzas - "Lo Que Dice El Abacua"
  3. Lou Bond - "To The Establishment"
Review: GAMM waste little time in dropping the second round of Scandodelic edits from man like Seegweed who presents a trio of tweaks that straddle the lines between disco, beatdown Latin and heavenly soul. The familiar tones of Sir Willie Hutch open proceedings in richly orchestral disco style with a tweak of the iconic singer's "Slick" lifted from the OST to The Mack starring a certain Richard Pryor. Seegweed's main embellishment concerns adding some neat percussive touches as the brass heavy arrangement makes any major surgery redundant. Alongside this is a lolloping expansion of Afro Cuban act Los Monequitos De Matanzas which is caked in sonic dust. Do check the flip for Seegweed's take on Lou Bond that adds a delightful broken bump to the singer's psychedelic soul masterpiece "To The Establishment".
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Cat: GAMM 144. Rel: 26 Feb 20
  1. Fist Of Fury (Al Kent edit) (11:19)
  2. Erotic Queen (Al Kent edit) (12:22)
Review: If we had to put together a list of the world's greatest dusty disco re-editors, Al Kent would come somewhere close to the top of the list. Further proof of the Glaswegian's scalpel-wielding genius can be found on this epic two-tracker for GAMM. We're particularly enjoying flipside "Erotic Queen", a 12-minute-plus revision of a near unknown disco track that boasts densely layered, sweat-soaked percussion, razor sharp strings, hammered-out Clavinet lines and, as the track speeds towards its near orgasmic conclusion, spacey synths and all manner of alternating instrument solos. Massive! A-side "Fist Of Fury" is tidy, too, with Kent working his magic on a particularly spacey, deeper disco jam that has Moog solos for days.
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Fajrann (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: ERC 067. Rel: 29 Oct 18
  1. Fajrann
  2. Ne Doute Pas (instrumental)
Review: Elaine Kibaro is a French singer who grew up in Tunisia before enjoying a reasonably productive career in the late 70s and through the 80s. Emotional Rescue caught on to her fine contributions to the disco world via the Pour L'Amour collection, and now they offer up a pair of alternative cuts that add to the overall legacy of her career peak. "Fajrann" is a re-vocalled version of Kibaro's biggest hit "Aurore" sung in Arabic, speaking to her Tunisian roots, while "Ne Doute Pas" appears in its instrumental form for those who want the punchy Linn Drum beats and dazzling synth lines in all their glory.
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Cat: ERC 068. Rel: 26 Nov 18
  1. Psycho Killer (4:16)
  2. Psycho Killer (Double Wave edit) (4:34)
Review: The latest dusted down archival dig from Emotional Rescue is by Politrio, a short-lived new wave / post punk band from Italy who released one album in the mid 80s. The focus of this release is their cover of Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer," which originally appeared on the Amnesty International P.E.A.C.E Benefit Compilation in 1987. It's a wild take full of rampant guitar wailing and limber slap bass that teeters towards the 80s funk rock of Faith No More et al, and that's no bad thing at all. On the B side of this 7" Double Wave gets busy in the edit, offering up a stripped back version for the spinners.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
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Chrissy Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 013. Rel: 01 Oct 15
  1. Discoglide (5:58)
  2. Fix It Man (Chrissys Fixer Upper edit) (6:10)
  3. Every Person (7:04)
  4. Standing Passengers (5:08)
Review: Chicago Nite Owl Chrissy returns with four more floor-focussed revisions that cater for all chapters of the night. Space jam "Discoglide" is the quintessential party starter, all whistles and crowd chants. "Fix It Man" takes tool-swinging Ragtyme into the future while "Every Person" explores the soulful nuances of Double Exposure with gossamer glee. Finally we climax with the bass-slapping super-strutter "Standing Passengers". A full instrumental rich in percussion and snake-like wah wahs and tightly sprung horns, there'll be standing room only when you drop this.
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Way Back Home EP (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: RNTR 010. Rel: 15 Jun 16
  1. Way Back Home (feat Ivar) (6:36)
  2. Seb's Party (6:39)
  3. Way Back Home (feat Ivar - Tiger & Woods remix) (6:28)
  4. Way Back Home (feat Ivar - Ben Sun remix) (7:05)
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Bump (12")
Cat: GAMM 128. Rel: 05 Nov 18
  1. Bump (10:25)
  2. Know (8:08)
Review: Since 2013, Moplen has delivered some of G.A.M.M's most outstanding re-edits and remixes, including killer rubs of Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson and Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes. His latest two-track missive for the Swedish institution is also white-hot. A-side "Bump" is a soaring disco epic that cleverly builds in waves, moving from a bongo pattern intro to a sweaty orchestral conclusion via all manner of instrument solos and dub-wise effects. "Know", on the other hand, sees him offer up a brilliantly judged, hot-stepping revision of a familiar Chaka Khan tune that was also recently revised by Bugz In The Attic.
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Cat: RNT 032. Rel: 29 Nov 17
  1. Spirit Dance (6:52)
  2. Proletariat Blues (6:56)
  3. Get Up & Boogie (7:18)
  4. Made In China (5:45)
Review: Razor 'N' Tape's latest recruit is Peter Croce, a producer previously best known for his blends of deep house and Afro-house on Rocksteady Disco. This time round, he's in full-on re-edit mode, offering up a quartet of tried-and-tested reworks. Those searching for peak-time gold should check opener "Spirit Dance", where Croce teases out a celebratory moment of release by extended particularly percussive passages of a heavy disco gem. Elsewhere, "Proletariat Blues" is a slightly loopier but no less groovy rework of a string-laden disco gem, "Get Up & Boogie" plays around with a punchy and horn-heavy disco-funk anthem and "Made in China" is a pitched-down delight full of crunchy Clavinet lines, sharp horn stabs and mazy synth solos. Superior edits, all told.
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