Peace Division Presents Dark Daze ‎– Feel My Drums / Lottie's Vogue

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Fuju ‎– Fuju 002
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Feel My Drums
B Lottie's Vogue (Turn Down The Light - Walk 4 Me...)

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Produced and mixed for Peace of Mind Productions. Recorded at Kingsize Studios, Surrey, UK.

Manufactured and distributed by Amato.
Made in England. ℗&© Fuju 2000

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): FUJU002 A-01-1-1 DFI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): FUJU00 2 B-01-1-1 DFI

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djcaspa

djcaspa

August 7, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

I completely agree with squiggy! A prime example of just how rubbish house music became at the turn of the millenium. Long, boring, formulaic, uninspired durge. The only way you'd have kept grooving to this was if you'd dropped a bunch of ketamine-laced pills. Then, and only then, might you have enjoyed this record, and even then it's a maybe! "Dark Daze" indeed. I wonder if that's what they meant...
squiggy

squiggy

August 7, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
A dreadfully boring record which exemplified the dreadfully boring tribal house sound of the early 2000's. Side A features a grinding rhythm loop which tries to be "deep" but comes off as simply limp instead. Most embarassingly, it's topped off with a gruff voice imploring the listener over and over to "feel my drums!" Oh please. The B side is a rework of Robbie Tronco's old hit "Walk 4 Me", and it does a smidgen better by adding a little shuffle to the rhythm, but layered on top are all kind of stabs and echoey bits that call to mind a bad Junior Vasquez rip-off. Too deep to inspire any kind of excitement, and un-funky enough to put you to sleep on the dancefloor. Yawn!