Lonny & Melvin* ‎– If You Want A Job To Be Done, Do It Yourself

Craft Records ‎– CRAFT 33
Vinyl, 12"


A1 Lonny & Melvin* The Job (Themesong)
A2 Lonny & Melvin* Suck The Box
B1 Melvin* Geld
B2 Lonny Theme From Murdercapital (The Ride)
B3 Lonny & Melvin* Taken Care Of Business (Return To Sunwheel Beach Bar)


All tracks written, composed and produced by Lonny Eyes & Melvin White except
B1: produced by Melvin,
B2: produced by Lonny.
A1 & B1 recorded @ PAMETEX The Hague, A2, B2 & B3 recorded at PACK Delft.
A2 & B2 taken from Murdercapital M-001: Interrference vs That Nigger


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February 19, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
A under the radar electro gem, raw and rugged. Almost a kind of the flip side to IF's "Space Invaders" legendary ep--. i think of it this way because they came out of the same production team and almost about the same time (kind of) : while "Space Invaders" ep tracks feel boombastic , the tracks one this one feel like its somber, colder, broodier counterparts. Around 1998 there was a quiet growing electro underground sound mostly evolving apparantly in the West Coast of Northern Europe (Clone , Viewlexx, Bunker), in the UK (Electron Industries, Breakin records), in Germany( Gigolo, Psynet), and in France (Invasion Planete). Detroit was still alive and kickin with various offshoots of UR artists cranking out some dope electro cuts in the states luckily. This Record certainly encapsulates the "SOUND" that was in the air around those years, if you were around at that time on the planet, then this record will bring back some cool memories, and if you happened to have missed that era then this record can inform you of just deep analogue electro jams were at the end of the 20th Human Century (of known history). The tracks overall have traces of Kraftwerk, DJ Unknown, and AUX 88 vibes, however- all with that unmistable Den Haag style, solid stuff! Clean.