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Hotter
Hotter (12")
Cat: PPU 095. Rel: 10 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hotter (7:22)
  2. Hypnotize (7:16)
  3. We Came To Party (10:34)
 in stock $17.40
Dirt Music
Cat: PPU 098. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Funk
  1. Dirt Music (3:55)
  2. Dirt Music (What's In This Pipe mix) (3:55)
 in stock $10.06
Floral Place
Cat: PPU 092. Rel: 18 May 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Floral Place (2:43)
  2. Leo (feat Taliah Lin) (2:45)
 in stock $11.96
Help Yourself
Cat: PPU 076. Rel: 20 Sep 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. No More (3:42)
  2. Get The Feelin (3:42)
  3. Changes (4:28)
  4. Help Yourself (3:22)
  5. She'll Break Your Heart (6:24)
  6. So Much Love (4:31)
  7. You're The Lady (3:39)
  8. Comin From The Heart (3:51)
Review: Shiny boogie reissue action from Peoples Potential Unlimited, the undisputed kings of disco digging. This label has to be recognised for what it's done, for the amount of material that it's made available to contemporary boogie addicts, and for the style with which they've done it. Here we have some glorious material from 1980-1981 by Mark J's Freeway project. If there truly is such as thing as 'blue-eyed soul', then this is your 'green-eyed boogie', a marvellous, uptempo collection of funky tunes with a subtle electro edge running through the lower ends of the mixes. Also, it'll surely appeal to a variety of 'soul' lovers, from the ones who like that slight electro edge to their disco, to others who are into their vocal solos, piano keys and yes, even some organs. All in all, this is a timeless piece of music which had been lost in the depths of time and into the pockets of the second-hand market cats. Don't miss it.
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 in stock $20.40
You Wanna Jam You Wanna Party
  1. Marlon Jackson - "You Wanna Jam You Wanna Party" (dance mix) (5:00)
  2. Marlon Jackson - "You Wanna Jam You Wanna Party" (Power radio dub mix) (3:29)
  3. Marlon Jackson - "My Girl" (5:41)
  4. Tony Cook & The Party People - "I Ain't Going Nowhere" (feat Bernardo - radio mix) (3:56)
  5. Tony Cook & The Party People - "I Ain't Going Nowhere" (feat Bernardo - club mix) (5:00)
  6. Tony Cook & The Party People - "I Ain't Going Nowhere" (feat Bernardo - dance remix) (3:58)
 in stock $16.30
Let's Ride
Let's Ride (12'')
Cat: PPU 072. Rel: 17 Jul 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let's Ride (4:07)
  2. You Must Go On (4:00)
Review: It's well known that People's Potential Unlimited boss Andrew Morgan has some serious crate digging skills. Even so, he continues to amaze with the obscurity and quality of the releases he chooses to reissue. Serious collectors have long sought out "Let's Ride" by guitarist Willie Lee Jnr under his occasional Junei alias. Originally released on 7" back in 1987, it's a killer chunk of synthesizer-heavy electrofunk blessed with some serious eyes-closed guitar solo action. Flipside "You Must Go On" - originally the A-side of the '87 release - is fantastic, too, offering a near perfect blend of sun-kissed Balearic attitude and smooth '80s soul grooves.
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 in stock $14.41
Low Altitude
Cat: BF 1005. Rel: 20 Sep 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Low Altitude (4:29)
  2. Rumble Strip (3:29)
  3. Kyoto Haza (3:44)
Review: Excellent and much needed 12" pressing of Low Altitude from Australian boogie don Mike Kay! Originally surfacing on a limited 7" release through Melbourne imprint This Thing, it's given a wider release thanks to the dons at People's Potential Unlimited with the addition of a further cut from Kay. A Side track "Low Altitude" is a lot more DJ friendly now (ever tried beatmatching 45s?) and has been extended with more handclaps and disco noises from the funkateer Kay himself! If you're a rabid consumer of Tom Noble and Inskwel stuff or digged the Moon B issue on PPU earlier this year then you'll love this 808 boogie bumper. Face down, "Rumble Strip" eases up the tempo a nudge for some slick and sweet analogue disco and the wonderfully smudgy bonus cut "Kyoto Haze" really shows off Kay's melodic chops.
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 in stock $16.30
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Danger Zone (reissue)
Danger Zone (reissue) (red vinyl 12'' 再プレス)
Cat: TF 693RED. Rel: 31 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dangerzone (remix) (5:03)
  2. Dangerzone (Tom Noble instrumental) (5:23)
  3. Track 3 (3:47)
Review: One of Juno's best selling official boogie represses of the last couple of years is none other than the Midnight Express Show Band with ''Danger Zone''. Originally out in 1983, it's a solid slice of feel-good boogie funk with a chunky electronic bassline, catchy horn riff and vocals from Robbie M (who has performed with bands such as Zapp, the Dazz Band and War & the Chi Lites to name a few). As championed by Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay, Danny Krivit, Kenny Dope and many more, this is as good as it gets.
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III
III (LP)
Cat: PPU 063. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Realms
  2. Neither Here Nor Where
  3. Art Direction
  4. Moonda
  5. Polywarp
Review: Moon B's next mini-LP offering to PPU, entitled III, is a varied affair. The a side offers up the older taped track "Realms", a semi-muted yet chuggy number for the dance floor overwrought with moon-roasted synth progressions that coat the ears. "Neither Here Nor Where" is an ode to forgotten spaces and places, wrapped tightly in synth bazz and creamed pads that emanate from Moon's favorite synth, the Alpha Juno 1. Flip the record to find Moon's most "instro-spective" offerings to date. "Art Direction" bottomed out tempo conjures up images of 1984 Prince replacing Appalonia with Inga Copeland as his motorcycle passenger after a neon lit love-making session. "Moonda"'s slow fluctuation and linn drum echoes paired with sorrowful yet hopeful chords attempts to warm you in the coldest of polar vortices. "Polywarp" rounds out the affair with syruppy vacillating instrumentation paired with unforeseen wobbly bits and foreign percussive hits. -
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 in stock $17.68
Openin' Up
Cat: PPU 056. Rel: 12 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Openin' Up
  2. M Flight
Review: Pressing issues may have delayed the Pender Street Steppers' debut on Mood Hut Recordings, but this fresh single on PPU should more than plug the gap. Those who may have heard the Mood Hut outfit's Life In The Zone cassette last year will know what to expect: "Openin' Up" combines jittery conga percussion with rubbery bass and a positively uplifting sense of melody that nevertheless errs on the grubbier side of the spectrum, while "M Flight" is even more summery in it outlook, as a humorous '80s-inspired piece of melodic sampling propels its blissful chords and carefree bassline. As with all Mood Hut-affiliated releases, this won't last long...
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 in stock $15.22
Shot Out
Shot Out (12")
Cat: PPU 016. Rel: 16 Mar 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Shot Out (vocal)
  2. Shot Out (instrumental)
 in stock $16.30
On The Rocks
Cat: PPU 080. Rel: 18 Jul 17
Soul
  1. If You Want Me (3:49)
  2. You're Exactly (4:24)
  3. Hypnotized (5:06)
  4. Best Of My Love (4:27)
  5. Mystical Lady (4:56)
  6. Walk With Me (5:25)
  7. Togetherness (4:37)
  8. Baby Talk (3:50)
  9. Sometimes (5:02)
Review: Sporty Cat sykes delivers the album he always wanted to in the 80s. Laid down the traditional Tascam way, the talented Michigan multi-instrumentalist digs deep into soul palette with equal measures of organic and electronic instrumentation. Expect heavy waves of atmospheres, rich layers of funk and consistent levels of emotion as we glide and stumbled between each touching moment; the drifting sunset ballad "The Best Of My Love", the weeping keys and fluttering slap bass of "Togetherness", the cloud surfing dream boogie of "Sometimes", the rude synth bass and sultry R&B vocals of "If You Want Me", the list goes on...
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 in stock $14.41
Omae
Omae (7")
Cat: PPU 093. Rel: 14 Feb 20
Soul
  1. Omae (4:36)
  2. Wagamama (3:29)
Played by: Mike O'Mara
 in stock $9.78
Suggestive EP
Suggestive EP (limited 12")
Cat: PPU 061. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mayday
  2. Suggestive
  3. Ao
  4. Dreamboy 84
Review: The archives of Estonian artist Uku Kuut continue to prove fertile stomping ground for the PPU label, with this latest transmission drawing from unreleased material he recorded with his mother Maryn Coote. Coote is quite an established musician in her own right, recording a couple of albums as Marju Kuut, as well as collaborating with compatriot Uno Loop and it's clear her musical background helped shape Uku's formative direction. If you've partaken in any previous Kuut retrospectives from PPU, the four tracks here will be a real delight, with "Mayday" and "Dreamboy 84" particular highlights. The former is an alternate tape mix of a track from the Vision Of Estonia LP issued by the label back in 2012, whilst the latter features Marju's vocals in full swing.
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 in stock $13.60
I Feel Love
Cat: PPU 046. Rel: 13 May 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Feel Love
  2. Santa Monica Pier
Review: Following the superb Visions of Estonia album from last year, estranged Estonian producer Uku Kuut resurfaces on Washington DC imprint Peoples Potential Unlimited with I Feel Love. This two-track EP is yet another perfect example of the label's speciality in dealing with obscure and unknown dance music gems from the '70s and '80s and highlights why PPU is an eternal favourite at Juno HQ. "I Feel Love" sounds like a combination between Todd Terje's heralded disco-edits and the Norwegian's pumping originals, while "Santa Monica Pier" shuffles and slides like Steve Wonder and Ray Charles knocking heads, drum machines, keys and synthesisers in a sun-drenched Californian studio.
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 in stock $14.14
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