Various ‎– Blonde Juan / Party Loco / My Man's Gone Now

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Wolf + Lamb Music ‎– WL051
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3 × File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps
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1 No Regular Play Blonde Juan (Cover Of Ada - Cool My Fire)
Vocals [Uncredited] – Ada
6:30
2 Onno, No Regular Play Party Loco 6:57
3 Greg Paulus My Man's Gone Now 8:08

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bVLLETS

bVLLETS

October 4, 2008
I don't know what to say but I want to say something.

It's not in the same vein as anything Ada has ever done, but then again it's a remix. The original was so sexy and this remix strips it down to some dance floor away. There was no need to touch this one. To be serious, I was hoping to hear a release from Ada and not a remix by Wolf and Lamb.

All this did was show me that they are great promoters with nothing excitingly original to offer but minimal, nominal, uninteresting music.

Sorry guys. I love your parties.
dylan_j

dylan_j

September 8, 2008

Ada's vocals on "Blonde Juan" really contribute to a soulful, haunting kind of atmosphere that rides over top of the tastefully glitched dub-house track. REALLY nice tune for leading off a set, switching up the vibe or as a bit of a "tickle" before slapping it in with a heavy dancefloor number. Worth the price of admission for this track alone and I'd go as far as to say that this may be an all-time favourites.

"Party Loco" is a quirky, rhythm-intensive workout. It's a hectic number that could easily lead things out of control unless you're well prepared with an exit strategy when mixing. Almost a sort of "utensil" sort of track - LOTSA fun to play around with in a digital mixing environment.

While I can give high marks for effort, "My Man's Gone Now" falls a little short for me. The intensity is all over the place and it just doesn't sit right on the first listen. That said, it does have some good ideas for looping and may be one of those "sleeper" tunes that I'd get into a bit more with time.

Overall, a TOP release from Wolf + Lamb.