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Karizma & Marcel VogelThe Deadpool EP

Label:Lumberjacks In Hell – lih021
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House

Tracklist

AKarizmaWork It Out4:56
B1Marcel VogelI Got Jesus
Arranged By, Mixed ByBobby van Putten
Featuring, Keyboards [Keys]Tim Jules
6:34
B2Marcel VogelI Got Jesus (Karizma Dub)
RemixKarizma
7:47
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  • Mastered ByRC*

Notes

Made in Europe.

Side A: 45 RPM
Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM

Track A1 contains a sample from "Jesus Can Work It Out" - Dr. Charles Hayes & Cosmopolitan Church of Prayer Choir

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): LIH021 A RC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): LIH021 B RC

Reviews

midnightrunner's avatar
My mam is not normally a fan of this type of music, that she normally calls "druggies music" But in this case, when she heard it, she was pleasantly surprised, as it contains voices of praise and devotion, plus songs about Jesus, the man she calls her Lord and Redeemer!!
RedHotWax's avatar
RedHotWax
It’s all too common these days for an EP to sport a really strong A-Side, only for your smile to drop as the B-side is all filler no killer. This does NOT happen on this offering from Marcel Vogel's own Lumberjacks In Hell and you’ll be spoiled for choice as to which track on this record is your favourite. Karizma opens with a rip-roaring dance floor destroyer that has been played everywhere recently. A clever manipulation of a vocal sample combined with full-bodied bass makes this one of the tracks of the summer. Marcel Vogel lays down a groovy, soul-heavy number backed with familiar percussion (Love Thang – First Choice) but this track holds so much endearing originality. Karizma beefs up Vogel’s offering with an appropriately named ‘Stomp Dub’ which almost combines the two aforementioned tracks to make a peak time powerhouse.

Perfect for: Karizma’s work deserves peak time and could be used in all manner of styles, while Vogel’s offering works really well with a bit of vintage disco.
terence_evergreen's avatar
After all the hype, if you really give a listen, the most annoying, super repetitive track. By August, when you hear it on the dancefloor, you're going to turn around and look for the other room, the other stage, or the nearest bar, or smoking area. Not worth the price point of $40.
themucaro's avatar
themucaro
Forty quid for a 12" released 3 months ago... from a label that consistently represses. C'mon people!
soundsgroovy's avatar
soundsgroovy
Work it Out makes you dance for sure, but "I Got Jesus" is the joint in my opinion.
Anyway great EP, good job LiH!
xthestreams's avatar
xthestreams
The B-side eats the A side alive. Worthy of anyone's collection.