|A4||Beer, (So Nice) Right On||3:59|
|A5||The Evil D's||2:57|
|A6||Sunday Kind Of Love||2:52|
|B1||Flames Of Darkness||3:55|
|B3||Everglades Part 1||3:11|
|B4||Everglades Part 2||2:58|
|B5||My Beach, My Waves, Fuck Off!||3:49|
- Mastered By [DMM] –
- Producer – , ,
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): SOUL FIRE DISTRIBUTION SFLP-2-A-RE EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 49195 DON GROSSINGER
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): SOUL FIRE DISTRIBUTION SFLP-2-B-RE EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 49195 DON GROSSINGER
- Deep, dark funk. Excellently produced, with a real atmosphere being created. I would say this is a rather unconventional album to come out of the funk revival period of the early 2000s! The use of natural effects to complement the music of "Everglades" makes it my favourite track. Soul-Fire only released a few full LPs during their short tenure, and this is one of them that never saw a reissue. Pick it up if you get a chance!
- Its a mystery to me as to why this album sells so cheaply and others no were near as good from this period sell for a lot more.
This album and others like it that came out on Soul Fire records are sure Fire winners Don't sleep.
- In my opinion one of the best and most slept on new generation funk albums. The instruments are played in a dark way accompanied by wicked noises and inapprehensible background vocals. Listening to it creates a really mysterious and spacy ambiance. Only real heads realise the effort that has been put into this outstanding project created by the likes of Phillip Lehman, Jeff Silverman, Leon Michels, Quincy Bright, Homer Steinweiss and Nick Movshon. If I didn´t know it was recorded by these guys I would assume this project came straight out of hell.