Colin Dale ‎– Mutant Disco

Harmless ‎– HURTCD009
CD, Compilation

Companies, etc.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5014799020090
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HURTLP 009 Colin Dale Mutant Disco(3xLP, Comp) Harmless HURTLP 009 UK 1998 Sell This Version


Reviews Show All 2 Reviews

Add Review



November 10, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Actually this selection starts with the Paperclip People track I guess. Though well produced and trimmed for being smooth kinky house none of the track #s 1-6 impresses the abyssal depth of rhythm understanding that a good house track may have to meet.

Geting started with the slowly put together drum patterns of 'Cubehouse' the travel to madlands is leading over to Craigs crazy 'Paperclip Man' who sets widest standards with the wicked disco sample and them bouncy feedbacked breaks. Followed by the classic sample disco monster 'Flash' of Orlando Voorn the party is getting wet...

Jeff Mills with the Detroit Techno classic '88' kicks the crowd while maltraiting the filters of the 303 just like a devil. But then he tops himself with the crazy loops of 'Automatic' - just a filler with the ole'school shimmer


Not enough again Mills filters the 808 rhythm sequences while resuming the disco loops... and then the final track selection of the lost Colin Dale sums up the essence of the preceeding steps: Luke Slater sets off with a filtered drumloop to be mixed with a vocal sample and some kind of organ swing and checks out how to go real deep.

You can dance on this one best in a sweat box of them who love to dance body to body just like a machine-gone man... Pure filthy house music from track #7 to the end.


March 14, 2002
gemini in Neutral is a kick ass song.
sweet loungy house music, really enjoyable music for riding in the car