Just after I heard first few steps of Later Lover, I knew that this record must be mine one day. I got it after many years, and yes, Later Lover is still one of best tunes I heard. Deep, jazzy, sticky, sharp, soft, cozy, dark...
Regarding price: record is under priced, imo. Like good wine, this record sound better as it gets older. Salute.
Pretty mediocre release if you ask me. I actually think A and B is the stronger vinyl, some tracks are actually playable when pitched down a bit. C and D is bad, the vocal samples are pretty annoying.
Nobody on Discogs cared about this release until some time 2012 when suddenly the wantlist number started exploding (it's at 322 as of this review). As a consequence, sales prices shot up. A LOT. I'd be curious what sparked the sudden interest in this release. Some big-name DJ dropped a track from this in his sets?