Here’s Crazy Penis’s new edit album bundled up in to 6 minutes of disco juicyness!
We Are Woodville and Paper Recordings’ very own loser super hero Flash Atkins returns to centre stage with another genre-busting EP on We Are Woodville and two brand new cuts that delve deep into the realms of nu disco.
The In Crowd is a chunky and chugging groove laden number based round a hefty Roxy Music sample. It’s got some heavy synths, a big break and is a perfect peaktime roof raiser!
Flash’s Theme is a laid back and jazz infused disco affair. Ronny Jordan inspired guitar lines jam over a warm bed of live drums, full bass and keys to deliver a simply infectious and timeless record.
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Jazzanova – Nice 12″, The In Crowd gets my support.
Chris Duckenfield : Flash’s Theme sounds like E-Lustrious remixing D-Train in the Arndale Centre.
Rob Mello – Flash’s Theme sounds great!
Billy Scurry – Blinding release, quite hard to chose a fav butboth killer tracks… Flash is in well funky mode!!
Diskjokke – Like The In Crowd reminds me of some of those old guerilla tracks.
Ashley Beedle – Mr Atkins always brings a smile to my face. Roxy Music get’s carved up and Flash’s Theme is a beauty as well.
James Teej (Rekids) – Great, great music! Atkins is the man!
Faze Action – Very good, I like!
Sebastian Döring – Flash’s Theme…oh yeah!
The Dead Rose Music Company – The In Crowd floats my boat and will defo get dropped
Eric Duncan (Rub ‘n Tug) – Cool!!!!
Jim Baron (Crazy P) – I’m in with The In Crowd. Heavy stuff!
Fred Everything – Flash’s Theme for me.
Tim Love Lee – Lovely stuff.
Magik Johnson – The In Crowd for me, Fatboy Slim meets DFA. Love the sleeve too.
Leftside Wobble – Proper rockin’ buisness!
Trent Grimes (MOS) – Flash is king!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Both dope jams!
Kiko Navarro – Excellent tracks, great for those new people who like what they call nu-disco.
Stuart Knight (Toolroom) – Flash’s theme is the one for me “PROPER”
Joshua Iz – Simply good choons.
Murray Richardson – Liking The In Crowd Flashman!!!
Disco Outcasts – Massive killer track!!
Dave Pezzner – Wow! Very nice. Flash’s theme is fantastic.
Krysko – The In Crowd… monster hook, will do the business for sure.
Craig Smith (6th Borough Project) – Diggin’ on Flash’s Theme
Diesel (X-Press 2) – Liking it. Will play on show.
Paper labellers Crazy P kick off their Nu Disco Show for Ministry of Sound with Proviant Audio’s Hey, Lets Do It! followed third track by Daco’s Drip Dry.
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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‘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.
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Smoovin’ Groovin’ (Ray Mang’s Dumpy Re-Rub)
Star War (Greg Wilson Edit)
Crazy P’s releases with Paper Recordings in the late nineties/early noughties
are for many some of best records released by both the act and the label.
Now in 2010 Paper have handed over the tracks from A Nice Hot Bath With to
some of their favourite producers (Yam Who, Faze Action, PBR Streetgang,
Flash Atkins, Rune Lindbaek and Brennan Green) and have created the
marvellous ‘A Nice Hot Edit With’ due out next year to follow the re-release
of the re-mastered orginal in November.
The first vinyl sampler for the album contains two cuts, the first of which is
Greg Wilson’s epic thirteen minute edit of ‘Star war’. Wilson needs little
introduction; as one of the UK’s true DJ heroes he started his career back
in 1975 and was a pivotal force in breaking electronic and post disco music
to clubland through his residencies at everywhere from the Wigan Pier to the
Hacienda. For his reworking of ‘Star war’ he turns in a groove laden slice of
deep disco that drips with class from every pore and even after thirteen
minutes leaves you wishing for more!
The flip side of the release sees the wonderful Ray Mang whose DFA release
earlier this year was a huge success. Here he delivers his ‘Dumpy re-rub’ a
chunky, dark edged piece of floorfilling house with an electro/disco twist;
simple, hypnotic and brilliant.
The Revenge – Both of these mixes are ace…full support
Soul Clap (Wolf & Lamb) – ray mang for us! nice laid down disco vibation.
Horse Meat Disco – Great to see Paper back! Both are great …!!
Richard Dorfmeister – NICE!!
Chris Dukenfield – Nicely crafted re-do’s here Greg’s version tips the scales, probably on account of the associated half ton of defunct hardware
Trus’ Me – Feeling the Greg Wilson Edit
Diskjokke – Thanks for reminding me of that fantastic album, listened to it continously in 1998 and will put it back in my bag now. nice remixes, liked Ray Mangs the most.
Eric Duncan (Rub N Tug) – Sounds great!!
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