Gemini ‎– Imagine-A-Nation

Label:
Relief Records ‎– RR778
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Native To America 7:31
A2 It's The Inside That Counts 6:48
B1 Don't Look Back 6:59
B2 Falling Leaves 6:41
C1 Stand Up 4:24
C2 How Can I Chill? 6:19
C3 What You're Gonna Do? 3:53
D1 Future Beat I 6:04
D2 Future Beat II 2:52
D3 Future Beat III 5:13

Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerGemini

Notes

Publ: MMT Music, Cajual Music (ASCAP)
C1 "Stand Up" samples AKB "Stand Up, Sit Down"

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baj

baj

November 4, 2016

Native to America samples Sharon Brown's "Family Tree", Inside that Counts samples Loleatta Holloway's "Dreamin'" (album version), another sample is mentioned in notes above (AKB)...

Yet another gem I passed up in my unenlightened and stingy 20s. I was completely turned off by the whole thing except the D side. And still, I didn't get it...joke's on me, now I'd pay 4x what I would have back then!
Larvi

Larvi

September 30, 2016
Repress is now in at Hard Wax. Get it while it's there!
gusdafuss

gusdafuss

September 20, 2016
Stunning work. great tracks, been waiting for this for a while ------- Yeeeey ;0)))
thizz

thizz

May 28, 2015

noteworthy EP, very hard to track down but there's some BOMBS on here. C3 is my fav...what a talent kincey was here.
faze3

faze3

June 7, 2014
This whole LP really is amazing. Stand out tracks for me are 'how can I chill' and 'falling leaves'. A gifted house producer! Thank you Mr. Kinsey for such beautiful music.
dmp

dmp

April 26, 2012
edited over 2 years ago

A2 track "It's The Inside That Counts" contains samples of "Loleatta Holloway - Dreaming" (1978) and C3 track "What You're Gonna Do?" contains samples of "Ashley Beedle - Revolutions in Dub" (1995). Moreover I think that "swoosh" sound in "Falling Leaves" has been sampled from "T.C. Curtis - You Should Have Known Better" (1985).
jungeraix

jungeraix

August 18, 2011
I got this a couple of weeks ago for the B2 track. When I listened through the sides i noticed that there is lots more on this one.... Spencer is a true genius and this is an essential must have album to me... It has trippy grooves, hard grooves, uplifting grooves. Really, alot on one package... A real complete Album, extremely good ideas... if you see it - GET IT!
restless

restless

February 23, 2005
edited over 7 years ago

A nice dark acidy house album altogether, with a real happy gem : 'Stand Up', an absolut rush of joyful & rough funky house...proper secret weapon!