Stuff It ‎– Disco Dancin'

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Mighty High Musique ‎– MHM 006
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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℗ & © Fonky Fibe Records 1996

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  • Rights Society: BUMA/STEMRA
  • Other: 08-028242-20

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Magnetonium

Magnetonium

August 8, 2009

No reviews yet? Hard to believe. Most people know this release from "Global Underground 004: Danny Tenaglia - Athens", and the track "Release The Pressure" that appears on it. What they don't know is what the rest of the tracks sound like.

There are 3 totally different tracks on this release. All equally amazing. First, "Disco Dancin" is what the title says: disco dancing. A vocal-sampling bumping disco house track, nothing too extradionary but it works effectively on the dancefloor. A "bonus" track to fill the space on the vinyl.

The party starts with "Release The Pressure", the most powerful track on the release. It is also a very unique track, I wouldn't be able to recommend you a similar one. The title is once again very accurate ... this progressive house gem is full of energy, amazing build-up and finish ... release the pressure!

The release ends on an amazing note with a very stunning atmospheric progressive house track that was probably made using Korg Wavestation. Its absolutely beautiful. Looping melodies, deeeeeeeep synths, soothing bassline, rolling melodies, and a great jazzy feel (without the jazz).

Totally worth your money, for casual listening to dancefloor madness, heaven to the ears. Absolutely recommended!