Sean Deason ‎– Zig

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Intuit-Solar ‎– ITU 006
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Zig
Featuring – Claude Young
B Zag

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  • Photography – Kuperous

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djwey

djwey

January 3, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
A side is an insanely deep, futurustic, romantic, building absolute sonic transportation device rite there wow momma
cyberhippie

cyberhippie

February 16, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I favour the A-side. That's the side with no photo, but with the circles. Very ambient sort of techno, realy moody and deep.. Takes well over half the record before the bass kicks in. Afer bass kicks in more of the same with acid bassline and breaks. Beautiful! I can listen to this for hours and not get bored. A true Detroit tune IMO.
Agosto

Agosto

October 17, 2003

This is still my favorite record by Sean Deason. The collaboration with Claude Young is a banging, floor shaker with a bit of a housey hook, while the filp side is something warm and remarkably well put together - it builds up into a full blown, epic scale dancefloor pleaser that immediately gives one the sense that it was intended for the deep mix enthusiast. A great and ambitious effort.