Just bought a repress of this and KMS054 from Sister Ray in Soho and it plays perfectly. The vibrations from this music and the sound factory reached provincial England in the mid 90s and it is great to hear these sounds again.
If you lived in NYC and listen to any underground dance music and didn't dance to this in Sound Factory Bar or Sound Factory 27th Street between the hours of 4-6am ...you didn't dance! This is NYC dance music at it's best!!! The 2 DJs ( Frankie on Fridays - Junior on Saturdays) brought the legions of devoted house/Techno enthusiasts every weekend to sweat it out to this track. People would literally RUN out of bathrooms, leave drinks on the bar, leave long line water fountains and SMOOTHLY (and sometimes not) dance into the crowded dance floors to feel this track!!! Mister Damier can peacefully rest and said he moved peoples soul to DANCE. Tracks like this is what made NYC 90's going dancing legendary.
All true house (or techno, the tag isn't important) lovers feel Chez Damier and all Chez Damier fans must treasure this one. Stripped down tracks that crackle with energy. Synths and strings that do enough keep you interested but never get overblown. Chez seems to know just how much to put into a track. That cheeky little 'You ain't dancing girl...well, well, well' vocal sample on the B side tracks (two different versions of the same tune) adds a bit of swagger to the dance. Timeless underground music that withstands repeated listens.