Andrew McLauchlan ‎– Love Story

Bush ‎– Bush1078
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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© Bush 2000

Licensed from Figment U.K.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): BUSH 1078 - A1 PR-M SMC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): BUSH 1078 - B1 PR-M


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December 6, 2017
edited 11 months ago

The Devilfish Love Story surely has the most energy. But what is absolutely amazing is the re-edit version. This is just close to perfection in terms of hypnotic, melodic sampling. It´s overwhelmingly catchy. The piano is stretching out its hand to the listener and whispering "Just let go, come with me. Into a deeper world. Free your mind. Listen to me. Breathe. Dance!" Put a certain Bassdrum into the mix and your crowd will go nuts.


January 30, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

Anyone know from where that piano comes? Is that a sample or Andrew McLauchlan playing it?
The Re-Edit on this 12" is a killer track.


October 11, 2013
good oldschool tribal vibes.


December 17, 2007

A classic techno tune no doubt! I really don't know what better to describe its impact and quality than taking a look at countless and endless hot DJ names that had this one spinning during any party's rush hour, so to speak.
For well over six months no decent club could make it throught the night without blasting "Love Story" at least once at max volume.
Ever since it came out, every self respecting DJ owns at least two copies of this crown jewel.


April 4, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This record is and will remain classic forever! The track Love Story (Re-Edit) is the classic track here, this is some real good techno.
listen to that break! Very hard detroit lead synth in it, very nice! but what makes this record great is i think, the latin percussion and singing!
love this!


December 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
What a fantastic record this is. Every now and then a record comes along that transcends the styles of many DJs and club nights. This techno record builds and builds percussively and then breaks into a latin break that does the business in every club i've heard it in. I remember Dave Congreve and Kelvin Andrews playing this week-in, week-out at The Bomb in Nottingham, UK. A classic techno record that will be remembered for many years.