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|1.||Bottin - "Ora Lo So" (5:48)|
|2.||Sleazy McQueen - "Back To Hell" (6:33)|
|1.||Albion - "Experimento" (3:54)|
|2.||The Ivory Boy - "Mare" (5:18)|
|3.||Avanti - "Bright Mezcal" (4:35)|
If you're going to launch a new re-edit series, it's probably wise to get some big hitters on board. That's certainly what the people behind Theme From Kaffe have done for their debut offering. Italian heavyweights Bottin lead the way with "Ora La So", a lo-slung, Clavinet-heavy chunk of dirty Balearica blessed with sleazy, whispered vocals. Sleazy McQueen continues the eccentric theme with the chugging reggae-disco bounce of "Back To Hell", before Albion ups the tempo on the dusty, vocoder-laden wonky disco chug of "Experimento". An excellent EP concludes with the sprawling soundtrack disco of Ivory Boy's "Mare" and "Bright Mezcal" by Avanti, a curiously bumpin chunk of dub disco weirdness blessed with alien synths and a brilliantly rubbery bassline.
Joe's Bakery, Guillaume Des Bois (Macadam Mambo), Sleazy McQueen, Juno Recommends Disco, Neil Diablo, Osmose, Jason Peters, Hristo, The Keeper (Nemas Problemas), Jean Claude Gavri, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), DJ P-SOL, VinylAddicted, Editor's Kutz, Alan Mooney's Edits, Pontchartrain, QUEEN & DISCO, Diggin' Disco Deep
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