Lake Eerie ‎– Sex 4 Daze (I Want It, You Can Get It)

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Nu Groove Records ‎– NG-009
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Bonesbreak Production
Mystarz Music Pub. Co.
Programmed & engineered at N.C.P. Studios
Extra special thanks to Omar Santana
© ℗ 1988 Nugroove Records
Special thanks to "Little" Louie Vega (Go) Lenny D. Victor, Mike "Remix" & Joey "Jam"

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): NG-009-A F/W cg
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): NG-009 B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

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jondavey

jondavey

July 30, 2015
Heave usage of a Baby Ford track from the 'Fordtrax' album here.
yellow_roland

yellow_roland

February 15, 2015
Sexy house music, '88 style ... the stairs are becoming indeed!
Pressed on super thin/flexible vinyl, so thin & flexible you could almost ... mmmm ... ahh!
For every 2 pressed, they must have surely got a third 'free'.
I love this track, it's got all kinds of mischievousness going on to get you going for it and having fun on the floor ... a bit of Break4Love rumbling, a lovely subtle acid line bubbling away, sliding in & out of the mix (mmmm ... aah!) and those 'acid scratches' ... yum. Nice one Frankie.
Youcan gedit youcan gedit ... make sure you did already :-) 27yrs and still up n on it. E-sent-shall. Vut Vut. Yeah!
schtel

schtel

September 8, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
This is a great dance tune. One of the best examples of early Cut & Paste Acid tracks. An excellent tune from that era. Riddled with samples with a sexual nature like "The sound of me coming!!" Keeping in theme with the title.
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

August 27, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

“I want it, you can get it” seems to resume the idea of a sensual breakbeat house mélange with dark and underground elements of Frankie Bones' tunes. This is one of his first released tracks, divided on the Brooklyn side and the London side. The first one has the Club Break version with a broken house, fat bass, tiny little acid elements, a famous hip hop vocal sample, among many others and, of course, the dark ambiance. The King’s Highway Club Break brings a similar structure, with fine sample vocals. The Neptune Avenue Detour dub has a stronger breaks approach, with more a sampladelic use. The Gotta City Breakbeat gives the percussive element more evidence. The other side reminds us of the English acid house era, but with a Frankie Bones signature. The Club version for ‘Sex 4 Daze in Acid’ has a real bad boy hip house base with a sweet line of 303 and vocals. There is also a dub version of that track.
knife_of_justice

knife_of_justice

July 25, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
Very acid, verrrry dirty, very danceable! But just what is "The stairs are becoming!" supposed to mean? (This is the sample heard in the "Kings Highway Club Mix")