OK, so the Dalston Oxfam bins sometime yield slightly more cheesy things than other times. But I still love the megamix of Bobbie Brown on here as it takes me well back to some good times sitting in my car.
The good stuff here is Lamborghini by Shut Up and Dance who also did Raving, I'm Raving. Got a great Sweet Dreams sample in it. Also pretty good is the Tricky Disco track, which is actually the same guys as the following track, GTO, which is off Warp and some really good Belgian techno labels.
I will post cassette 1 next week which includes KLF, Technotronic and Tribe Called Quest.
Cassette 2 - Side 1
1 - Paula Abdul - Opposites Attract (Street Mix) (Duet With The Wild Pair)
2 - Bobby Brown - Freestyle Megamix (On Our Own, Don't Be Cruel, Every Little Step & My Prerogative)
3 - N.R.G. UK feat. Ellie - Band Of Gold (England Mix)
4 - Yazz - Treat Me Good
5 - Lonnie Gordon - Beyond Your Wildest Dreams
6 - Innocence - Silent Voice
1 - Tricky Disco - Tricky Disco
2 - G.T.O. - Pure (Pure Energy)
3 - MC Showbizz and the Lap 1 Crew - Gotta Turn The Music Up (Critical-Core Mix)
4 - Monie Love - Monie In The Middle
5 - Shut Up And Dance Featuring Ragga Twins - Lamborghini
6 - Tongue 'n' Cheek - Nobody (Blue Mix)
Am I the only one who finds this song Chotto DongDong on this blog strangly hypnotic (great art too)?
Here are some good myspace pages:
"I Hate My Period"
"wölfgang the homo and cockface"
"Baron Von Lichtenstein and the Soggy Shorts"
And this is fun to watch in some strange way.
How come I've never found a club where people dance like this in London?