Anthony Naples ‎– Mad Disrespect

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Tracklist

A Mad Disrespect 5:43
B1 Slackness 7:09
B2 Tusk 5:53

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First pressing with insert, repressed in 2013 without insert.
Side A: 45 RPM / Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM
Track durations not given.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MSN001 A1 IN MEMORY OF E. DOWNES
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MSN001 B1 THANKS TO SAM AND KYLE

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scannypack

scannypack

April 20, 2018
edited 2 months ago

Good record, but not great. Not sure why this record blew up like it did. Sure A1 is very well done. The rest is forgettable. Perhaps a future classic just from "Mad Disrespect" alone, but I wouldn't call this a remarkable record.
-sheez-

-sheez-

January 4, 2016
'Slackness' is some proper nasty stripped down funk for 4:15am
metro-nome

metro-nome

February 27, 2013

kind of boring? nothing new to see here.
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

January 18, 2013

It's a wonder that critics chose the comparatively simplistic and pedestrian "New For U" over "Mad Disrespect" as the best track of 2012.
loafman

loafman

August 13, 2012
I just dont get 'Tusk'. Does taking a loop from Shake's 'Arise' and layer grunting noises over it constitute a new song? This has to be one of the worst cases of tune thievery ever.
restless

restless

August 6, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Astonishing and refreshing record in which you hear some Chicago house joie-de-vivre, some Detroit mood a la Moodymann or Rick Wade, some teasing cut-up disco wizardry reminiscent of the Sound Stream/Smith N Hack team, and also some minimal mindfuckery ; but it's all more breathing, spacious, like if Mr Naples was using the same ol' gear that you heard in the past 25 years but he read the notice book differently, with more subtlety, tenderness, lightness, sense of space and full-on audacity...proof that novelty is still possible in house music, using the same ingredients with a different approach and dosage, like the hottest young chef in town would do to traditional cuisine, causing a palate delight.