It’s pretty hard to take seriously a recording credited to Crazy Penis but, in fact, the group’s A Nice Hot Edit With … is seriously good. The band’s A Nice Hot Bath With … appeared in 1999, so it’s no great surprise to hear the 2010 re-work sound so deliciously old-school; in short, if you’re a fan of Yore’s deep, neo-classic sound and the idea of a vocal-less Chic likewise strikes your fancy, you’ll likely cotton to A Nice Hot Edit With just as much.
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[soundcloud width=”100%” height=”81″ params=”” url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/9867710″] Crazy Penis – Do It Good (Crazy P’s We Found The Parts Remix) by Paper Recordings
‘A Nice Hot Edit With – Sampler 3’
The third and final sampler from Crazy Penis’ ‘A Nice Hot Edit with’ album.
Crazy Penis’ debut album ‘A Nice Hot Bath With’ was one of the long players of 1999 and still holds a special place in many people’s memory, now in 2010 Paper have decided to hand over the tracks from this album to some of their favourite producers out there and as such have created the marvellous ‘A Nice Hot Edit with’.
For the final instalment Crazy P step up themselves to remix the excellent ‘Do it Good’, making the most of the fact that they manage to salvage the original parts by creating a brilliant disco fuelled, breakbeat driven anthem. Funk laden bass and tinkling Rhodes piano keys intertwine with tight guitar licks to form the basis for this superb re-invention of one of their favourite cuts.
On the flip the respected production duo Yam Who? take the reins and turn in a sublime edit of ‘Omega Man’ , taking the soulful funk of the original and twisting it into a nu-disco classic to keep the winter fires burning bright.
Crispin Dior : Yam Who daddy all the way here. love the balance between kick and snare.
Sebastian Döring : Wicked sampler! Yam Who’s mix is my choice!
Matthew Kryskot : I thought they no longer had a Penis?… will play Do It Go for sure.
Ryan Cavanagh (Wolf + Lamb) : Lovin both sides! Super Funk!
James Teej : Very cool package, loved this series
Chris Duckenfield : Probably my favourite one yet !
The Revenge : You can’t knock ‘The P’ … 21st century slap and tickle. Nice.
Disco Bloodbath : Loving Omega man….deepness! Delay central
Eric Duncan (Rub N Tug) : Sounds good
Jay Tripwire : This is awesome..just fucking awesome.
Jimpster : Both tracks are great but will get most plays out of Omega Man i reckon.
6th Borough Project : Liking both disco fuelled edits.
Yannick Labbé : Yam Who Edit all the way! great work! Love it!
Pete Herbert : Yes indeed some hot edit actione! very handy, will be dropping these for sure….
Faze Action : Nice work can use both of these full support from The Faze camp
DiskJokke : Love the Yam Who edit, flows beautifully
Ashley Beedle : A nice couple indeed. The Yam Who comes out on top but will be definitely playing both tunes.
[soundcloud width=”100%” height=”81″ params=”” url=”http://soundcloud.com/flash-atkins/flash-atkins-feat-danielle-moore-chant-no-1-datg-remix”] Flash Atkins feat. Danielle Moore – Chant No.1 (DATG Remix) by Flash Atkins
Flash Atkins feat. Danielle Moore :
Chant No.1 (I Can’t Keep This Pressure On) – The Remixes
Flash Atkins…Superhero, boozer and welfare sponger is back with a remix package of Chant No. 1 (I Don’t Need This Pressure On) originally by 80s chubsters Spandau Ballet.
Chant No.1 features Crazy P’s Danielle Moore on vocals and was out last year as part of the Fags & Booze EP. It’s quirky nu-disco got props from Chris Coco, Groove Armada, Leo Zero & Cosmic Disco. The tracks in this package are the result of a remix competition that We Are Woodville ran.
Manchester’s DATG have created side-chained piece of deep, dark disco that guaranteed for dancefloor mayhem, especially after the drop!
New kid on the block Aaron’s Smith’s Stop The Car remix goes down the disco edit route by cutting things up and piecing it back together to ride the groove with snatched efx.
It’s a quirky all round a package that hits the disco zetgeist!
Jim Stanton (Horsemeat Disco) – GREAT! In the set , what good sound. I still play the original and will def be giving this a good play. Love it!
Stuart Knight (Toolroom) – I think i’m becoming a BIG FLASH ATKINS fan !!! Aaron Smiths mix is the one for me here.
Billy Scurry – Killer, been hammering the original, great package…ten stars
Untitled Music – Funky nu-disco house 4/4 beater tunes are the stuff superheroes are made of and Flash is no different! With Danielle Moore on vocals the two tracks are a heady blend of intoxicating beats, synth chords and a slap of soul to the grooves!
Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) – stop the car mix – odd but interesting
Murray Richardson – Love this, always loved this & love the remixes too!
Jonny Miller (Jus’ Listen) – Flash is a loser but this tune is a winner! Love it, silky disco for silky discos
Beats in Space – liking the DATG mix
Henri Kohn – Wooo wooo, nice one, feelin it big ups
Joakim – Interesting mix by DATG, unexpected.
Martin Brew – DATG mix is a winner…suitably wonky enough for me…love it!
Advokkat – Great & crazy track – It s a funny track – I like that
Ewen Beginerz – Brilliant, i really like this.
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