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Nick The Record & Dan Tyler return with the fifth mission, continuing a series which has become a staple in any expertly packed crate. Always built for the floor, and assembled from the finest secret ingredients, not to mention thoroughly road-tested, each Record Mission comes from the deep in these guys' legendary collections, extended and edited to perfection.
Volume 5 and the boys are in the mood to party, kicking things off with the leg shaking syncopation, wobbly moog, semi-cheesy vocals and brilliant brass. Popping an electric slide from funk to disco, the duo drop "Gee No" next, a dubby delight with echo laced percussion (maximum cowbell), walking bass and occasional vocals. Switching it up a little on the flip, "Un Dub Bonus" is a thoroughly wonky diversion into oddball disco house with wobbling bass and textured percussion taking centre stage. Finally the electro-disco stomp of "Fruity Juice" arrives to close the set, bringing the kind of tropical heat, lime-like acidity and unique fusion of electronic and organic elements you'd find on a Konduko 12".
Sil says: Disco bonanza passed through the filters of the always reliable Nick The Record and done with the dancefloor in mind!
A1. Boogie Tonight
A2. Gee No
B1. Un Dub Bonus
B2. Fruity Juice