An album compiling three 12″ (for a total of 6 tracks and 76 minutes), it spikes and sputters, with lots of hopskipping rhythms. Delay’s pretty, dancefloor Frenchstyle disco/house even has whispery, sultry R&B vocals most of the way through. A populist record with an underground, distorted sound that unfolds around the edges and in deep dub tones, the beats sometimes wash out to ambience and murmur, like water on ink. Think MOODYMAN, BASEMENT JAXXdeep house that snags the listener on multiple levels: head to heart to feet. Superb deep, vocal house project from the talented Mr Delay, exploring the flipside to his minimal/drift output. The beats and rhythms used here are still of the pure/minimal variety, but these tunes are designed for dancefloor use and abuse sitting somewhere alongside the pioneering house productions of Matthew herbert. Dubhousedisco, all the waydeep without being dull, understatedly funkfilled & sufficiently bleepy. The vocals Distinctly fromagetastic. Absolutely Essential. (Review by Inertia Music)
released May 22, 2000
Released on Force Tracks in May 2000.
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