|B1||Freaks Get Busy|
|B2||(Do It For Your) Girlfriend|
|C3||Too Slow For D|
|Hornography (CD, Album)||Evolution (17)||EVO 025CD||UK||1997|
|Hornography (2×LP, Album, White Label)||Evolution (17)||EVO025LP||UK||1997|
|Hornography (CD, )||Evolution (17)||EV0025CD||UK||1997|
|Hornography (16×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)||Not On Label (The Horn Self-released)||none||UK||2015|
- True to say also that this guy has got some seriously tasty analogue gear. All versatile stuff, as yer man below sez; solid and dependable grooves with no bullshit. The Horn EPs are more dancefloor orientated is my personal opinion, but that's all it is. Great, under-appreciated LP, for those who love an underdog!
- Hip hop, electro, house and techno are all represented on this great LP from Steve Horne. He sticks to the groove unlike many of his contemporaries which is where The Horn's material comes into its own. Inventive without the fuss and noodle. Solidly enjoyable this is one UK producer who competently furthered the original Detroit /Chicago blueprint. Excellent.