Rhythm Masters ‎– Underground / Heavy Soul

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Tinted Records ‎– TINT CD5 068
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CD, Maxi-Single
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"Underground" Contains a sample of "Casanova (Your Playing Days Are Over)" performed by Jo Armstead (Uncredited).
"Heavy Soul" Contains samples of "Who Says A Funk Band Can't Play Rock" performed by Funkadelic (Uncredited).
Both tracks taken from the album "Disconnect Your Head".

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ledjfab

ledjfab

December 4, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

The Phunk Investigation club mix of "Underground" is a standard commercial House version, without the dark intro of the original. The priority is given to the funky sample and Diane Charlemagne's vocals. The Roger Sanchez version is, on the opposite, all about darkness and circuit parties atmosphere. The sample is left away, and a new garage bassline take care of the melody. His accapella is yours on track 8; a reminiscing of Danny Tenaglia on "Elements". I don't think Trevor Rockcliffe's mix is about "deep house" as mentionned. It is a very repetitive, annoying, uninspired rendition of the track, with a BPM around 130-135. Forget about "Heavy Soul", unless you are more into Hip-House and hysterical Raggamuffin performances.