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|1.||"Soothe My Soul" (5:19)|
|2.||"Fake Lobsters" (5:09)|
|1.||"Doin' What You're Doin'" (5:31)|
|2.||"Doin' What You're Doin'" (remix) (4:56)|
|3.||"Experience" (remix) (2:44)|
A concrete slab of history right here from Vinyl Fanatiks as all-round OG and Modern Urban Jazz founder Tony Justice and the hardcore producer Mercy (who was known as Rotor at the time) linked up for this breakthrough EP. One of the earliest releases to capture the move towards jungle's faster and darker textures - and heavily championed by Carl Cox at the time - over five tracks the two men map the exciting rave crossroads in 1992 and its many directions. From the positive thrust of tracks like 'Soothe My Soul' and 'Experience' to the much harder and aggier tracks like 'Fake Lobsters', this captures a totally unique and accelerated time in dance music.
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