|2.||"Feeling Fine" (4:48)|
|1.||"Groove Me" (4:07)|
The latest 12" from happy-go-lucky Croatian re-edit crew Legalize Lambada comes from debutant Sputnik, a Moscow-based artist who previously contributed cuts to the first two That's A Steal EPs. As you'd expect, the four edits showcased here tend towards the eccentric, certainly in terms of their obscure and quirky source material. Opener "Superlove" is a skewed slab of bouncy, proto-house era Balearic synth-pop, while "Feeling Fine" is a White Isle friendly slow jam rich in parping jazz-funk horns, cascading synthesizer solos, clipped guitars and dub-wise bass. Flip for the European reggae-disco flex of "Groove Me" and "Rick", a drowsy, slo-mo shuffler full of synth-reggae rhythms, multi-tracked AOR pop vocals and cheery digital synth melodies.
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