|1.||"Work It" (Piano mix) (6:03)|
|2.||"Bassline Party" (original) (5:45)|
|1.||"Work It" (Miami mix) (6:07)|
|2.||"Work It" (Rave beats) (4:25)|
|3.||"Work It" (padapella) (3:58)|
Few are better at saucer-eyed, rave revivalism than Victor Shan. He's made a habit of successfully doffing a cap to the early '90s, primarily via collaborations with Tuff City Kids and the booming Chord Memories 12" on Running Back. Here he's at it again, kicking off with a "Piano Mix" of "Work It" that sounds like a long lost collaboration between Inner City and Tyree Cooper. There's a more flustered, UK hardcore feel about "Bassline Party", even if it does contain a classic Chicago house bassline and a swinging, boompty style groove. Flip for a ghetto style "Miami Mix" of work it, plus a couple of handy DJ tools (the hip-house-goes-rave groove of the "Rave Beats" version being particularly potent).
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