Lady B,* ‎– Vice Versa EP

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F Communications ‎– F 015, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] ‎– 137 0015 30
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Partially Mixed
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Mixed and engineered at A.R.T. studio.
(P) & (C) 1994 F Communications
Fabriqué en France.

Tracks A1, A2 are mixed at the end, full time: 13:58
Tracks B1, B2 are mixed at the end, full time: 13:50

Full times mentioned on vinyl

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  • Label Code: LC 7800
  • Rights Society: Sabam / Biem
  • Barcode: 5 413356 968934

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MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

February 7, 2018

My fave is A1. Haunting underground grooves piercing your ears... Hypnotic and banging - in 2018 even more than ever before.
senorboogie

senorboogie

June 14, 2017

I go for "X-Sex (Da Voodooo Mix)" - super sick tune, sic k techno sounds and a tough wild pitch style beat/feel. Amazing track.
Renaud

Renaud

March 19, 2008
As previously stated, this first release by French DJ/producer "Lady B" is an amazing piece of music. Its hypnotic notes and its driving lyrics never fails to make people crazy on a dance floor. It took me a few years to find an extra copy as the original vinyl I bought was scratched.
If you see this record, simply buy it!
A favorite of Frenchman Laurent Garnier back in the days, and a track featured on his Mixmag mix cd.
restless

restless

February 22, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
The Groove Is Going (Evolutive Hard House Mix) is one thrilling nasty hard decadent disco-house number with acid ticklings, fuelled with poppers, Es and champagne. A proper rush on any dancefloor, and apparently Lady B's first recording effort, made within a few hours just for fun. It is still one of his very best moments, together with his wonderful tribute to Detroit 'Cruisin Around Motor City' on Goodlife.
ken-guru

ken-guru

December 28, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

What can you say. "The Groove is going" is one of the best deep techno pieces that I've heard in my life. I was introduced to this gem by Laurent Garniers MixMag cover mix in the 90's. Only problem is, that when I hear this tune I automatically start waiting for Davina's "Don't you want it" :-)

Nowadays a very hard to find record.