Divine Culture ‎– The Days Of Infinity E.P.

Red Seal Records ‎– RDR 001
Vinyl, 12", EP



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November 17, 2007

This record was engineered by Steve Peck but was actually written and produced by two uncredited artists named Scott Claxton and Mike Richards who combined formed the group Divine Culture. Steve Peck went behind their backs and got the deal without their knowledge and got all the credit and money for the record, in fact Divine Culture were handed a copy of their own record whilst djing in Los Angeles without ever knowing it had been released !!. That aside, the record label were later informed and were totally unaware of the situation and immediately stop production. Although this unfortunate incident occurred it had some positives in that the original names for the band and tracks were used and the tracks themselves were unaltered and it got some good reviews !!. The main track 'Days of infinty' probably best described as progressive house, was later outshined by the deeper 'I Need You' with its dark undertones, deep bass and the insistent vocal, has i think in many ways stood the test of time.