D.J. Oguls ‎– Living That Vulture Life

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Dance Mania ‎– DM 167
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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"A 1996 PP" (Playground Productions)

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  • Barcode (Runout Side A): DM 167 Front M.M.M.J.R.
  • Barcode (Runout Side B): DM 167 Back M.M.M.J.R.

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dica

dica

July 28, 2013
Slugo (spell it backwards) brings three instrumental and two vocal tracks in the classic tracky Dance Mania vein. A1 and A2 are somewhat bleepy instrumentals. A3 has an incessant "move it" and a baby voice saying "yo' body" (one that drives my cats crazy) -- and it's really slow for the era, which is interesting but not my thing. B1 ("I'm High Than A Mutha Fucka") features more subdued vocals taken from the title of the track. A chill, sung vocal kicks in halfway to the effect of: "If you smell any smoke, it's just me and my homies gettin' blowed away". Nice.

But the real standout here, and the one that made it onto the most tapes, is the "Vulture City" instrumental, a bouncy bass monster that goes up and down like a rollercoaster, guaranteed to both pound the subwoofers and get the crowd moving. One of those cross-genre tracks that works great in a house set, a modern minimal set, whatever.