|1.||"Bones" (bonus beats)|
|2.||"Party Jacktrack" (Oracy House Call edit)|
A return to the classy Mojuba imprint (that canvas patch on the sleeve will never fail to impress) for Bernard Badie with Bones, a typically idiosyncratic slant on the Chicago sound. Enlisting the vocal talents of Muphan for the title track, Badie utilises them as the rhythmic thrust over a richly detailed percussive track. It's an intriguing production that shows how much can be accomplished with just a few elements. Badie has fun on the flip with a Bonus Beats version, and it's joined by an edit of an old Badie jam from Mojuba stalwart Oracy. Originally out in 1991 "Party Jacktrack" drips with the kind of rawness you'd expect and makes for a fine finish to this smart release.
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