|1.||"Brenda Liebt Den Acid"|
|1.||"Feels Like Heaven"|
|2.||"Promise You Made"|
From the crew behind the intermittent Rose Records imprint comes Eva's Finest, an unattributed selection of tracks that draw from forgotten pop records of decades gone by and works them into magnificent low-slung house jams. Amongst the reognisable treats are Brenda Lee's 50s ballad "I'm Sorry", simmered down to a slinky groove that maximizes on the romantic strings of the original and makes for a deliciously offbeat dancefloor treat. At the other end of the spectrum some power balladry from Cock Robin gets channelled into "Promise You Made", with little work needed on the original to make it fit for party consumption in the 21st century.
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