Zero B ‎– Reconnection EP

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Love To Be In Love
Où Est Le Spoon?
Lock Up (Diss Cuss Mix)
Lock Up (Original Mix)

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LIARX 6, 857179.1 Zero B Reconnection EP(12", EP) Internal, Internal LIARX 6, 857179.1 UK 1993 Sell This Version
LIARXDJ 6 Zero B Reconnection EP(12", EP, Promo) Internal LIARXDJ 6 UK 1993 Sell This Version
LIARXX+6 Zero B Reconnection EP(12", Promo) Internal LIARXX+6 UK 1993 Sell This Version
LIECD 6, 857179.2 Zero B Reconnection EP(CD, EP) Internal, Internal LIECD 6, 857179.2 UK & Europe 1993 Sell This Version
LIEMC 6, 857178.4 Zero B Reconnection EP(Cass, EP) Internal, Internal LIEMC 6, 857178.4 UK & Europe 1993 Sell This Version

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Hando_Jin

Hando_Jin

January 9, 2021
referencing Reconnection EP, 12", EP, LIARX 6, 857179.1
If you're buying the CD in the hope of getting Love to Be In Love and Lock Up digitally don't bother. Both claim to be the 12" version, but they're edited (fade outs) when the vinyl mix drops to perc in its last few bars. Don't waste your money like I did and just rip the vinyl.
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

November 14, 2016
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Reconnection EP, 12", EP, LIARX 6, 857179.1

Lock-Up was the stand out tune on this 12" back in its day - Instantly recognizable, with its synth stabs and bass dropping in towards the start of the track, held together with some breakbeat sounding loops. It builds and drops into a breackdown with soaring strings and then its off again, track cuts and changes introducing different elements to keep things moving,
Big track that got the place rocking.
Other 2 tracks are worth a listen too.
pjkh

pjkh

May 21, 2010
referencing Reconnection EP, 12", EP, LIARX 6, 857179.1

The best track on this one is "Love To Be In Love". A bouncy, very danceable tune with good use of Brian Eno's "Another Green World".
"Où Est Le Spoon" is quite a simple tune, with a great catchy riff, which unfortunately disappears half way though.
I was never a great fan of "Lock-Up" personally, and I don't think it's dated particularly well. However, it's a good representation of the tracks people were dancing to back then.