Induceve ‎– Pick It Up EP

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DSD003 Induceve Pick It Up EP(12", EP) Dubsided DSD003 UK 2004 Sell This Version
DSD 003 Induceve Pick It Up EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Dubsided DSD 003 UK 2004 Sell This Version

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nikoko

nikoko

May 1, 2018
referencing Pick It Up EP, 12", EP, DSD003
timeless warm house music ep, all tracks are great, each one with its own original and particular style. Every house music lover must have this record in his own collection imo.
dmp

dmp

October 19, 2014
referencing Pick It Up EP, 12", EP, DSD003

"Get Some Groove" contains a bassline sample of "George Benson - The World Is A Ghetto" (1977).
junkproject

junkproject

March 29, 2011
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Pick It Up EP, 12", EP, DSD003
'Issamippi' is beautiful - based on "I Wrote This Song For The Girl" by Vincent Gallo.
toodee

toodee

April 3, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Pick It Up EP, 12", EP, DSD003

Time to re-discover this house music wonder, for those of you who missed it : How Y'All Funk is on the Get Physical's third Body Language compilation, mixed by Jesse Rose (that explains everything).
No risk of getting bored, flip the record and Oooo YesssSir is there, just as good.
Dubsided is one label with high quality standards, but this particular record is surprisingly even better.
Good work !
restless

restless

December 11, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Pick It Up EP, 12", EP, DSD003

To me this is the best release on a generally wicked label.
Courtesy of "OoooYesssSir", an alienesque funky house tune like there's no other.
Picture a funky, club-friendly jackin house groove with strong kicks punctuated by very mental breaks made of repetitive keyboards chords sounding like a damaged CD skipping (one of Jesse Rose and Dave Taylor's special tricks i must say).
Then these breaks go more and more intense, and when u think u get the picture (at the 3rd break)...well you're trapped again as the whole thing gets swallowed by one of the most theatrical and radical strings break you're likely to hear on a house tune...ever.
Suddenly you find yourself in the middle of a dadaist, poetic house experience.
Amazing!