Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Awesome 3-Don't Go

Ayo! Long time no blogtalk Vinyl Vault familia! My apologies bout that. Hustlin Hustlin... just back in DC for July 4th weekend and some change, then back to the Lehigh Valley for the serious vinyl hustle! Gonna be a serious summer - that's all I can say *!

Got some ish upped to mediafiyah just haven't had time to post proper txt. Here goes...

Once again, a Discogs brotha from another motha put it down so solid that I just have to Ctrl C/V! Reference love going out to Budnik; this review is verbatim and on point!

The piano line is instantly recognisable - why arent pianos used in dance tunes anymore!?!, the break is stolen from the Stone Roses "Fools Gold" which may have been sampled from something else - its a familiar break - these old breaks work so well in a house template. The bass and breaks really drive the track along. The vocals are actually quite good although lyrically it is simple. Another timeless classic from probably the most pivotal era of dance music and when breaks really did sound phat and roll, unlike todays disjointed breaks tunes.

The Kicks Like A Mule Remix is the one that got all the attention back in the day. Great to mix into with the cuts, scratches and shouts of "DONT"..."GO". The K.L.A.M mix has some heavy hitting sub kicks too that do sound great on a club system. Again, their mix also uses a very nice break. Other than that they havent messed with the track too much, apart from swapping the break.

A1. Don't Go (Kicks Like A Mule Mix) (5:30)
A2. Don't Go (Second Movement) (4:59)
AA1. Don't Go (Original Mix) (5:07)
AA2. Headstrong (5:07)

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