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- Joined on July 16, 2008
I've been selling my private collection on Discogs since July 2008. Adding a few bits and pieces to the database along the way.
Also, 'Feels So Good' from the same album is a great tune.
This is one of my favourite hip hop albums. I saw DJ Cash Money win the 1988 DMC world championship and at the time his prowess on the decks was unrivalled. His ‘M.C.’, Marvelous comes up with some pretty good rhymes as well. This album has the 12”... See full review
My review only concerns the ‘Moto Blanco Club’. This, like most Moto Blanco mixes is an up tempo dance, pop jaunt with plenty of strings, a classic Moto Blanco keyboard riff accompanied by euphoric crescendo reaching sound effects and a digitally... See full review
If you’re a fan of 80’s soul & funk, you’ll probably remember this album from its first release back in 1985. This is a re-issue of the ‘Genie’ album, but bundled in with the original track line up are a host of remixes by the likes of Shep Pettibone... See full review
This release is from when The 2 Live crew were a serious hip hop act and this is a straight up hip hop album from the days before all that stupid swearing shit. Except for 'We Want Some Pussy' of course. Good production, accompanied by very decent... See full review
The multi talented Dave Lee teams up again with fellow Sunburst band member Pete Simpson, this time in the guise of AC Soul Symphony. They provide us with this classy soulful house offering. It’s a classic up-tempo Dave Lee production topped off with... See full review
I’m a mix album aficionado and this is by far one of the best in my collection. If you’re into deep, sexy, soulful house then you’ll find the track selection on this album pure quality. I can’t say there’s a bad track on the album. The only thing I... See full review
I was 14 years old when this was released in 1982. I first heard it a year later when one of my school mates got hold of a copy of “The perfect Beat” album. For me, this is a real landmark track from the early electro days. It starts off with what... See full review
For me, this is one of the best house tunes of it's time. The classic Adonis "No Way Back" bassline still sounds as good today as it did over twenty years ago. I could listen to that bassline all day long. With numerous vocal samples: JM Silk,... See full review