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ReclooseSo This Is The Dining Room

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Dencity5:33
Dislocate8:06
MYM230 (R.I.P.)7:09

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    Cover of So This Is The Dining Room, 1998-00-00, VinylSo This Is The Dining Room
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Planet E – PE65237US1998US1998
    Cover of So This Is The Dining Room, 1998, CDSo This Is The Dining Room
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Planet E – PE 65237 CDUS1998US1998
    Cover of So This Is The Dining Room, 1998, VinylSo This Is The Dining Room
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Promo
    Planet E – PE 65237US1998US1998

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    • New.Love.Unlimited's avatar
      Does anyone else find it wild that Colin Stetson is the saxophone player on this?! Also — A1 sounds amazing on both 33 and 45.
      • scannypack's avatar
        scannypack
        I have listened to this 12-inch 50 times and I learn something new every time.
        • scoundrel's avatar
          scoundrel
          Recloose's debut EP, SO THIS IS THE DINING ROOM, hits like an angry yeti, just as the jazzy intro "Welcome" brings you into the world, and "Dencity" scratches the jazz firmly into your consciousness. But the beats come out on "MY230 (R.I.P.)," which has moody style to spare, especially once the main melody kicks in halfway through. "Dislocate" shifts into breaks and lets loose the horns. Though this is just a taster of his talents, it makes you want to see the rest of the house.
          • selectahmassive's avatar
            Edited 17 years ago
            Apparrently the artist slipped a tape of this album into a sandwich ordered by Carl Craig, hence the picture on the sleeve. His debut release is perhaps a bit drawn out compared to 'spelunking', his second release on planet e.
            • Mobilya's avatar
              Mobilya
              Throw 'Dencity' out on the dancefloor - for the reaction when the piano break kicks.

              Recloose's first release on Planet E showed that he started as he meant to go on. Deep house, breaks, jazz chords, hi tempo saxaphone madness, great production, it's all here. An awesome debut.

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