orbital london is born. a concept from the big smoke, providing a platform for the natural and raw talent of jack michael and associates. the opposite visions ep consists of four uk influenced records, with a certain garage and breaks tip. the title track is somewhat sought after, after support from several heads in the london scene. a seductive vocal sample leading you to a bassline, asking to be played on a club system. dogmatik boss alex arnout provides his take on opposite vision with a dubbed side winding rhythm, full support from the experienced artist. carrying on the heads down affair on the b side is ghetto trooper and kult . heavy sounds for the two steppers, laced with flickering rap style vocals. will make you move.
an original outlet, staying true to its home. breathing character, and absorbing flavours and influences from the surroundings the project is based upon. promising for the young artist.
a selection of michael jacksons greatest hits, as nominated by nme. all performed live on tv broadcasts from 1987 to 1993, including legendary live performances at yokohoma stadium, japan. also includes three bonus tracks from the grammy awards 1988 and super bowl 1993. digitally remastered for enhanced sound quality. includes background notes and rare images.
this is the first release of a brand new label lillygood party! (sister label of alex attias visions label) this time his brother stephane joins him on this new adventure for a special project dedicated to re edits or re arranged tracks from albums or singles. the aim of the label is to put out in limited quantities vinyl only, official licenced tracks from the past in various style with a different twist to the track or just a longer version of a tune that they love to play at their parties called also lillygood party! lillygood party! label is very proud to put out the volume 1 with two alex attias versions unreleased before in a 12” format. already played on radio bbc 6 by gilles peterson, by dj zaf lovevinyl and a few others international djs, we are definitely confident that this new imprint is promising with great quality for music lovers and vinyl collectors.on the a side we have a classic cut from leroy hutson “get to this” in a longer version than the original on a kind of soul funk boogie style , an amazing groover on the dancefloor with leroy fantastic vocals and on the b side you will find a soulful deep disco boogie funk jazz stomper from michael gregory jackson “risin’ up ” with an exceptional vocal and deep arrangement, extended for the dancefloor. these two great soulful track will definitely find place in any dj box because it’s really really good!
the term cosmic classic has been banded around increasingly in the last decade, with its modern disco retake, thankfully, soon running out of steam. however, in michael chapmans lescudjack we see the genius of daniele baldelli in finding obscure records that do not fit the traditional dance floor and making them work.
the label run by pau roca and gon backs to disco-house! the a side features the duo michael & jackson. formed by jaime fiorito (son of the legendary dj alfredo and old crew member of phonica records) and thompson, they have pulled off a truly club bomb based on disco grooves and samples. the b side features thompson (this time solo) with soul bomb # 01, in which the red bull music academy 2010 alumni backs to unleash his passion for funk, disco and afro-latin elements into a bright track dominated by a dreamy piano. it includes two remixes by the boss of the label pau roca and the dutch edit-maker star jam master.
with dangerous released in november 1991, michael jacksons career really sustained its high. the album entered the billboard 200 album chart at number 1 and sold over 32 million copies worldwide in the space of 17 years. the riaa certified dangerous 7x platinum for shipping 7 million copies in the united states.
remastered audio on 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
vinyl only! synths glittering through the night are pierced by metallic percussion and crushed by bass frequencies from a deep abyss! many times have ricardo esposito and micheal nadjé demonstrated their tight dj skills all over europe and now these two brothers have stepped up their game yet again to craft two tracks in a most simple and efficient way that only early chi house is capable of. claps, toms and tambourines rushing fiercely through arped hooks bring back that 87 feeling! the flip transports us back to the present day in the form of two remixes, but wont betray the a-sides spirit. for b1 john spring trades arpeggios for chords and introduces a thump you will surely be able to feel on the floor. kyle, on the other hand, hooks up his analog gear and pulls out synth lines that will get everyone on the dance floor dizzy – but only until the bass line crushes their chests.
this new 180 grams vinyl reissue presents the remastered audio, as well as the bonustrack >leave me alone<, which was not available on the original vinyl lp. the artwork is presented in its original form, a gatefold sleeve with those typical 80s styled black & white pictures of michael, badder than ever!