|1.||"Fast Freddie" (5:13)|
|2.||"I Could Get Down" (4:44)|
|1.||"BJ Tool" (6:26)|
We're not quite sure who is behind the mew Party Nails alias, though this surprisingly good debut suggests they know their way around a studio and are tuned into the needs of modern dancefloors. First up you'll find the surging Detroit style minimal funk (think Robert Hood) of "Fest Freddie" - a cut packed with energy that creates great excitement out of a relatively small number of musical elements - before "I Could Get Down" sees the anonymous crew turn their hand to tech-tinged broken beat/soul fusion with notably heavy results. Over on side B, "BJ Tool" combines the drums from an old Michael Jackson classic with surging, funk-fuelled synth bass and rumbling sub pulses, before "O'Gordon" brilliantly joins the dots between early bleep and bass and pitched-up UK garage.
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