Paul Johnson ‎– Come & Get It

Dance Mania ‎– DM 093
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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  • ProducerP.J.*


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Lady Love Music

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DM-093-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DM-093-B

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July 28, 2013
This could have been a Relief Records release and no one would have noticed, except for maybe Tyree. Tracks A1/A2 are interpretations of Tyree's "Video Crash" (itself an interpretation of the classic Lil' Louis "Video Crash" from Dance Mania). A1 is an absolute standout, and the reason to own this record. Killer mix and features female vocals saying "come and get it" -- this track was featured in Terry Mullan's "Live at Equal" set and got heavy heavy mixtape rotation, so has a bit of nostalgia for me.

No other vocal samples on this release. A2 is more minimal, boring, and honestly too long at nearly 6 minutes. B1 is more of the same patterns from Video Crash, but with different sound pads. B2 brings it back full circle, though, with a tracky Chicago number a la Relief stuff that PJ put out, and the second-best track on here. Some cut-up female vocals saying "ohh" or something unintelligible, with classic PJ fingersnaps and some chunky beats.

Not a groundbreaking release for Dance Mania, but well worth owning for "Come & Get It" and "Moving Force" (though the latter feels like a Relief reject).