The mighty Disco Deviance and the mighty Popular People's Front join forces for a righteous slab of dancefloor wax. Leading the way is a splendidly dirty extension of Five Special's "Why Leave Us Alone" which discards with the original's song based structure in favour of that final part, teasing out new levels of dirt from that break and turning it into an electro funk bomb worthy of a full floor. On the flip, "Love Itch" sees the iconic Fad Gadget make their Disco Deviance debut with "Love Parasite" brilliantly transformed into a grubby proto house monster. Those expect Frank Tovey's voice might be disappointed but you can't front on what PPF have done to the track with this edit, which could happily fit into a house or techno set.
Dicky Trisco, Slothboogie, Bonar Bradberry, Cut & Shut Disco, Boy Oliver, Jacques Renault, Sleazy McQueen, Watson, Bottin, Scott K. [BOXmusic], Andrew Clarke, Andrew Allsgood (Free Association), Juno Recommends Disco, Frank Booker, Eddie C, I Love Disco!, Osmose, The Glue, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe)
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