Aphrodisiac ‎– Something Jazzy

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Citi Records ‎– CITI 008
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Published by Lovemixx Music / MCA Music / Virgin Music (ASCAP).

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): Citi 008 This Side AA BAJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): Citi 008 That Side AA BAJ
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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aquagak

aquagak

December 30, 2016
wicked post-nu groove deep garage vibes;) .
MJH1964

MJH1964

January 27, 2013
Just picked this up at the Flea Market for $2, first time I've ever seen a copy for sale. Classic Burrell brothers EP - and a really great pressing - that includes their Nu Groove classic 'Song of the Siren.' Not sure about Chronical's take on this EP, for me there's lots of reasons why its with the money: 1) Burrell brothers, 2) with the 'Its A Boy' test pressing one of the hardest to find records on their post-Nu Groove label CITI, 3) all the tracks are (more than) solid, 'Siren' is a bona fide classic, 4) and for me the deep gospel-organ led 'Everybody Jump' is the stand out ... that must sound amazing on a big system. Worth $25 of anyone's money imo.
Chronical

Chronical

December 29, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
Thanks god i heard an mp3 sample before spending out on this. Despite its high rating and rarity, this release is very dissapointing.
The only half decent track being something jazzy is a generic deep house track from the 93 sound.
Nothing unique about it in any way, similar tracks can be found on vinyl with 3 - 4 ratings which are bettter. going deeper is just a plain and i mean plain beat lasting around 3 minutes which sounds like it was put together in the time it runs for. from going deeper we have everybody jump with a slight advancement from a high pitched chord which just runs through the track half way through it, again nothing adventurous. last and least sire of the horn... no beat to this track just seagul sounds, quite bumpy basslines and a painfully droney tone which runs throughout the track, not bad work on the vocals quite smooth, more of a "journey" than the other two previous tracks it has to be said.

all in all, unless your a seroius collector of underground music and dont intend to impress crowds or anyone else with this release buy it, if not stay away, i dont even think this release would sound good at 3am after not listening to music for a whole year. Dont be fooled by the tracklist, there are no hidden gems here, you are paying for something jazzy and thats all there is to it. Why it has such high ratings i dont know.