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VA - DG Edits 2

For a while there was a whackload of new releases flooding them pages over at our favourite record haunts, but one only needs to scan the bestseller charts to see it's more or less repress city at the moment, needless to say nothing to get overly excited about. There was one spicy record we picked up a couple of weeks ago however - purely designed to rock the dancefloor in an extremely fun way, by the mysterious DG.

Three different edits on offer here, one of which is arguably of one of the best Hamilton Bohannon tunes around, 'Take The Country to New York City'. A vocal and a dub are nicely laid out on the A. On the B, 'Movin' by 70s disco & funk-a-nauts Brass Construction is a downright classic having been rinsed and sampled by some of the all-time great 80s and 90s NYC jocks, Masters at Work for one. Granted: this ain't a helluva lot different than the original - but what a treat it is to have this gem on a nice fat 12"...and with a little extra oomph. I must say however, as rocking as this tune is believe you me: it's a bit of a grizzly tune to mix, a oneway ticket to trainwreck town is not far off. So either have a wrestle and mix it if your skills are up to par, or just drop it in quick-fast. Finally the icing on the cake is the b2 - an ace take of Temptations edit 'I Can't Get Next To You'. Nicely done, DG - this is perfect party stuff, will get dropped with sleazy pleasure.

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