D.J. Pierre* ‎– Love Trax

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Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR 1278
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

Love Trax
A1 Love Izz... 5:55
A2 Happyness 6:45
Love Trax (Wild Pitch Side)
B Distorted Luv 13:19

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Credits

  • Engineer [Engineered By], Mixed By, ProducerD.J. Pierre*
  • Keyboards [All 'boards performed by]D.J.P.*
  • Written-ByN. Jones*

Notes

℗ © 1992 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

Kick Da Bass!

Special Thanks to God, All of da "Chi Town" Posse, Spanky, Roy Davis, Nate Williams,
Da House Jam Posse, and last but not least, Marshall Jefferson

Strictly Rhythm T.M.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): SR 1278 IZZ... Europadisk DMM
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout etched): SR 1278 DisTorTed Europadisk DMM
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

March 4, 2017
nobody mentioned the connection to First Choice ‎– Love And Happiness (1974) https://www.discogs.com/First-Choice-Love-And-Happiness/release/4950827 ??
Charlie.White

Charlie.White

May 26, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

As everyone else has already said, Distorted Luv is indeed a killer. That rattling bass almost shakes the pictures off my walls. A true sexy building track that will indeed turn the dancefloor sweaty in no time. A side contains all the elements of the main focus here. DJ Pierre is a man among boys to say the least. Thank you for your legendary Wild Pitch tracks :)
lovinlektro

lovinlektro

March 21, 2014
Distorted Love Wild Pitch side is a M O N S T E R track !!!!!! So deep and sexy it will drive everybody crazy , but in a good way ;)
judgedreadfull

judgedreadfull

February 27, 2007
edited over 3 years ago

Its is all about the Wild pitch mix here; The A sides seem unfocused and aimless.
However, flip to the B side and you will find a deep relentless hypnotic house CLASSIC, which showcases the simple brilliance of the wildpitch style that DJ Pierre innovated.
Pierre takes a few minimal elements, and slowly builds and twists the elements into a throbbing monster track.
Very little happens suddenly; the track just builds and mutates in a organic way, leaving a lot of 'space' in the track.
Every sound is precisely placed and is there for a reason which has meant it still sounds quirky and unique 15 years later.
One for the late night clubs or any fan of minimal, cavernous electronic body music.
_Hawk_

_Hawk_

January 23, 2003

My personal favourite ever !! The "wild pitch"-mix is so beautifull: dark & sexy, long & bass-driven. House Music as House Music should be.