Derrick L. Carter* ‎– Mo Pschidt

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Classic ‎– CMC75
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Vinyl, 12"
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Track B1: 'Vox by Baby'
Recorded @ home in the 90's.
"What better place to think deep thoughts than underground"

B1 contains samples of "Eddie Kendricks - Going up in smoke"

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pabloslims

pabloslims

January 8, 2003
This is a great record by none other than mr. chicago DC, all the cuts are gold, but i am a little weird on the Friends track..the vocal is a little E oriented..sounds like some one on Helium....really out there..but the drum pprogramming and production are still really sweet. Over you and Do you believe are butta heaven..both are pulsating and floor pounding cutz, strictly for peak hour use, a little on a techy tip but with heavy soul and deep house appeal...use these puppies when its time for the roof to blow!PABLOSLIMS
pabloslims

pabloslims

January 8, 2003
Chicago written all over this slab..really funky..a guaranteed dance floor filler..disco feel, with a dark edge and nice vocals...a la CAJMERE...ala Dj Sneak...keep this in your box for when you decide to pop off the roof..Do you Believe is a gospal sounding track that reminds me of Basement Boys records..really effective with a piano sample that really hits hard..it's the hidden gem on this EP..Friends has sick drum production and really cool effects and base line ..but the vocal is a little weird for me...but the E heads and the outta place Ginos will think its the bomb...drop it for them.PABLOSLIMS