Review: Majool opens the 12" with the uplifting "Buenos Aires", a tight groove with a mutating arp and plenty of cool FX pinned down by sharp beats. Flip for the mighty Rico Tubbs and the funk filled goodness of "Ghetto Soul".
Review: The original starts off with a b-boy rocking hip-hop break which sounds like a sped-up version of the break on Run DMC''s/Aerosmith's "Walk This Way". It features a cut-up hip-hop sample on top, accompanied by a bouncy electro hook. On the flip-side is the Rico Tubbs Mix.
Review: James Douglas Stewart may be better know to you as Re Funk (Re:Connect), well, now you need to get to know the scene new comer as Jay Stewart. Responsible for last years banging additions to Jay & Terry's Beats & Bobs mix. His first release on Menu is "I'm Crazy, You're Crazy" A techy funky sure shot of dance floor goodness. Make sure you play this at prime time and watch the crowd go crazy. On the flip we have the award winning antipodean big foot of breaks himself Mr Dopemine, or Dopa-honey to his legions of female fans, Who turns in probably his strongest remix to date. Chug chug chug you big lug. This one sounds like the boogie man is coming to get you in steal toe boots after a hard session of Stella! Truly monstrous. This whole package will have you pumping your fist like a black panther outside the White House. Still what else would you expect from Menu HQ. DJ support from: General Midi, Aquasky, Rennie Pilgrim, Atomic Hooligan, Ali B, Jay Cunning, Dopamine, Klaus Heavyweight Hill.