Fingers, Inc.* ‎– It's Over

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Underground ‎– UN-110
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 It's Over (Dub) 6:59
A2 It's Over 6:59
B1 All-Over 4:40
B2 All-Over (Accapella) 2:03
B3 All-Over (Dub) 4:26

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Pop Star/Alleviated Music (ASCAP)

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): UN-110-A Mastered By Trutone -pa. .10.86
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): UN-110-B Mastered By Trutone -pa .10.86

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AcidMouse

AcidMouse

January 15, 2018
The stand out track on here is 'It's Over (Dub)' Maybe true it's not the best one but still a lovely tune.
hottlipps

hottlipps

June 23, 2015
This might be better viewed as Finger's tribute to First Choice's "Let No Man Put Asunder" with it's iconic baseline, as also used by "jack your body" and a million other things. This one also has more haunting synth sounds from Larry Heard doing other parts of the original, and sometimes new ideas. Instead of saying "it's not over between you & me" this one claims "It's over." Looked at in this way, the song becomes more interesting in historical context, but still not in the tops of Larry Heard or Robert Owen's work.
dylaf

dylaf

May 27, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Still to this day feel that this is not among Larry, Robert & Ron's most desirable material, with only the 'All Over' Dub nodding slightly towards the soul & special powers of their finer moments. Same year as Steve Silk Hurley's 'Jack Your Body', both using the same bass lead. Perhaps thats the negative factor- lead sounds now as well known as this are not the usual formula for Fingers Inc, resulting in a 'shelf life', ultimately preventing this from being the timeless classic it could have been. Its still great- just not mighty.