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Teneramante (remastered)
Cat: MISSYOU 025. Rel: 22 Jun 23
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Teneramante (3:05)
Angela E Cosi (3:51)
Review: Miss You's latest missive takes us back to 1979 and the sole single from Italian singer Angela - a previously 7" only affair that made limited impact outside of Italy on its initial release. Lead cut 'Teneremante' is a typically colourful and camp Italian translation of disco, whose over-the-top excellence and bold lead vocal from Angela have an endearing 'easy listening era singer does disco' vibe. Musically, it soars, with the addition of lo-fi but spacey synth sounds (alongside classic disco orchestration) making it sound a bit more eccentric than it actually is. Original flip side 'Angela E Cosi' is a more suspenseful, low-slung affair built around a slower and headier groove, AOR disco instrumentation and another soaring vocal from Angela.
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Intérprete: Manu Archeo
 in stock $27.59
What A Heat (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 019. Rel: 01 Dec 22
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
What A Heat (We Can Do It) (4:40)
What A Heat (We Can Do It) (extended) (5:22)
Phillip's Calypso (3:24)
Castro's Calypso (bonus track) (4:53)
Review: Do you know the Barefoot Man? It's the name of a German musician, George Now, who ended up in the Cayman Islands in 1971. He produced this record for Phillip Bodden and it is ripe with the nuances of West Caribbean island life from the slow-paced disco sounds to the naturalistic melodies. To suit this 12" an extended edit has been done for longer enjoyment of the original while the flip side has some bonus Calypso beats. The whole EP has been restored and remastered for extra listening pleasure.
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 in stock $14.85
Music Love Song (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 002. Rel: 02 Nov 18
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Music Love Song (7:42)
Mother Ernie (4:45)
 in stock $19.91
Mes Mains
Cat: MISSYOU 033. Rel: 16 May 24
 
International
Agabi Aluja (2:42)
Dialogue (5:05)
Mere Afrique (6:01)
Murmures (4:38)
Samba (7:07)
Maracatu (5:24)
Ondas (Les Vagues) (4:10)
Review: The enigmatic release from Nilton Castro offers a fantastic journey into Afro-Brazilian rhythms and expressive musical landscapes. Recorded possibly in the 70s and released in the early 90s, its origins remain shrouded in mystery, adding to its allure. Originally crafted to accompany contemporary dance classes, the album showcases Castro's percussion expertise, enhanced by moments of choir, flute, and keys/metallophone. The standout track, 'Ondes (Les Vagues),' has intrigued collectors for years with its harmonious crescendos and subtle percussion, creating an immersive sonic experience. Remastered and reissued with its original artwork, the album embodies unadulterated musical expression, reflecting Castro's artistic vision and timeless charm. Listening to this release is akin to embarking on a journey of blissful discovery, where each track unveils layers of intricate rhythms and ethereal beauty.





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 in stock $31.31
Photochrome (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 034. Rel: 14 May 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Photochrome (1a parte) (4:31)
Photochrome (2a parte) (4:38)
Photochrome (bonus beats part 1 & 2) (8:28)
Review: 'Photochrome' is a track that is shrouded in mystery. It has a rather elusive original release date, likely sometime between the late 1970s and early 1980s, and came on Italy's Idea which was a well-regarded label despite its small catalogue. Now reissued in full, the single exudes an organic aesthetic infused with early electronic elements that were emerging during that era. A brisk, pulsating groove is intertwined with what resembles an early 303 bassline and ethereal vocal. Dry drum recordings evoke a raw, DIY ambience next to the experimental effects that swirl and drift. A new two-part bonus beats remix is also included.
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Intérprete: DJ ROCCA
 in stock $20.97
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Volao
Volao (12")
Cat: MISSYOU 035. Rel: 10 Jun 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Volao
Chiribiri
Volao (extended)
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Sexy Eyes
Sexy Eyes (12")
Cat: MISSYOU 030. Rel: 01 Dec 23
 
Soul
Sexy Eyes (4:10)
We All Need Love (3:44)
We All Need Love (extended) (5:26)
Review: If you like sensuous and slow motion grooves with hints of dub, reggae and disco all packaged up in super bawdy soul then look no further - this new 12" features a pair of singles that were first put out on 7" by Risco Connection's Otis Gayle. Up first is the glorious 'Sexy Eyes' which was a worldwide charting success and Dr Hook now brings new reggae vibes to his cover version, then on the flip is Domenic Troiano's 'We All Need Love', again with a mix of dubby disco and reggae stylings that have been draw out into extended format to make for a more lasting impact on the dancefloor.
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 in stock $20.97
Amore Mandarino
Cat: MISSYOU 022. Rel: 01 Feb 23
 
Rock
Addio Milano (3:28)
Un Colpo Al Cuore (3:29)
Dimmi Per Chi (5:13)
Come Un Mandarino (3:56)
Chi Mi Aiutera (4:46)
Marzia Non C'e (5:58)
Shilla (3:44)
Champs Elisees (2:44)
E Adesso Vai (3:57)
Vola Rock Vola (3:41)
 in stock $31.31
Zorongo (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 032. Rel: 12 Mar 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Zorongo (2:50)
Sola Y Sin Problemas (2:44)
Zorongo (No End Extension) (7:20)
Review: Sound Metaphors offshoot Miss You has been particularly astute at licensing and reissuing long-forgotten European disco gems. They've found another unknown classic here in the shape of two gorgeously string-laden 1977 disco covers of Andalucian folk songs by singing sisters Las Dablas, both of which originally appeared on the same Spanish seven-inch. 'Zorongo' is authentic-sounding, faintly threatening disco rich in heady Clavinet motifs, soaring orchestration, low-slung 'walking bass' and sprightly piano stabs, while 'Solo Y Sin Problemas' is a slightly funkier and sweeter slab of mid-tempo disco. Best of all, though, is the new 'No End Extension' - a breathlessly brilliant, dub disco-flecked revision that teases out the instrumental sections before finally dropping the sibling duo's lead vocals.
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 in stock $23.62
Zorongo (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: MISSYOU 032 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Zorongo (2:50)
Sola Y Sin Problemas (2:44)
Zorongo (No End Extension) (7:20)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Sound Metaphors offshoot Miss You has been particularly astute at licensing and reissuing long-forgotten European disco gems. They've found another unknown classic here in the shape of two gorgeously string-laden 1977 disco covers of Andalucian folk songs by singing sisters Las Dablas, both of which originally appeared on the same Spanish seven-inch. 'Zorongo' is authentic-sounding, faintly threatening disco rich in heady Clavinet motifs, soaring orchestration, low-slung 'walking bass' and sprightly piano stabs, while 'Solo Y Sin Problemas' is a slightly funkier and sweeter slab of mid-tempo disco. Best of all, though, is the new 'No End Extension' - a breathlessly brilliant, dub disco-flecked revision that teases out the instrumental sections before finally dropping the sibling duo's lead vocals.
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 in stock $22.28
In Africa
In Africa (2xLP)
Cat: MISSYOU 031. Rel: 12 Dec 23
 
Reggae Classics/Ska
Play For The Prisoners (4:37)
Gaffer With Cedis (4:14)
Major T-BAY Loves Girls (3:57)
Shake A Leg High Life (3:52)
One Touch (3:59)
African Thriller (4:09)
Lonely Nights Of Lome (2:34)
All Night In Accra (5:08)
Jah Bless Africa (4:16)
No Show In Togo (4:03)
Thrilla (Night Of The Assasin remix) (3:53)
Midnight In Accra (remix) (3:57)
No Show In Togo (remix) (3:49)
Where Did The Major Go (remix) (3:52)
Review: Regarded as "one of reggae's quietest superstars", Jackie Mittoo aka. "The Keyboard King" carved a remarkable path in reggae music. A protege of Sly Stone, he began his career as part of Studio One's in-house recording band, and later went on to work with artists such as Bob Marley, UB40, Barry White, Peter Tosh and Oscar Peterson. This album was the result of a rare occasion of being on tour in Africa and establishing musical connections with musicians from Ghana; it was recorded in Accra and mixed in London. Predominantly instrumental, In Africa is essential to any dub-conscientious record collection, as it culminates the career of a reggae legend under new influences in West Africa, resulting in an unmistakably characteristic modern dub sound. Reissued on vinyl with remixes previously only availably on CD format.
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 in stock $37.68
Musica Spaziale
Musica Spaziale (12" reeditado)
Cat: MISSYOU 026. Rel: 16 Apr 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Musica Spaziale (3:37)
Musica Spaziale (extended version) (5:35)
Musica Spaziale (DJ Asshole Assid mix) (8:04)
Review: Earlier in the year, Miss You offered up a first ever 12-inch pressing of Patrizia Pellegrino obscurity 'Il Mondo Da Una Nuvola', an obscure Italo-disco B-side that they backed with their own tastefully executed extended mix. Here they repeat the trick with one of the Italian singer and actress's earlier B-sides, 1982 gem 'Musica Spaziale'. In its original form (track one), the song is a throbbing, heavily electronic chunk of infectious Italo-disco excellence topped off with a decidedly cosmic lead vocal from Pellegrino. It comes backed with a suitably moody, chugging and even more musically expansive 'Extended Mix', and a fine TB-303-laden Italo-meets-acid revision courtesy of the cheekily monikered 'DJ Asshole'. Space disco for the win!
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Disco
 in stock $19.65
Dance Music (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 020. Rel: 14 Dec 22
 
Soul
Dance Music (4:18)
Your Love (4:11)
Deep Inside (4:08)
Reggae Music (4:24)
I Will Never Change (4:03)
Just A Little Love (3:12)
Birds Don't Fly (3:15)
We Are The Mothers Of The World (4:27)
Review: One online reviewer described Shakeena's sole album, 1987's 'Dance Music', as a 'lover's rock jewel'. We tend to agree. Now available again on wax for the first time since the 80s (when it was pressed and released by a tiny label and sunk without trace), the album offers an enticing mix of echo-laden drum machine beats, dub-wise reggae basslines, cheery 'FM' synth-sounds, soulful vocals and nods towards freestyle, boogie and '80s soul. Highlights are plentiful throughout, with our picks of a very strong bunch including the club-ready title track, the glossy 'Your Love' (where Shakeena raps as well as sings), the classical lovers rock of 'Reggae Music' and the sweet and tender 'We Are The Mothers of the World'.
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Intérprete: Born To Shine Records
 in stock $24.41
Transilvania
Cat: MISSYOU 021. Rel: 22 Feb 23
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Transilvania (3:32)
Transilvania (DJ Asshole Assid mix) (3:28)
Max Manuel - "Energy" (7:01)
Review: Sound Metaphors' collaboration with Constantino Paolini once again means the Italian classics vaults are thrown wide open as two more Italian dancefloor classics get revisited. This time Spray Orchestra's 'Transilvania' is a fine instrumental version of Patrizia Pellegrino's 'Il Mondo Da Una Nuovola'. After that comes a perfectly slowed-down acid remix of it by DJ Asshole. The flip has Max Manuel's 'Energy,' an abstract instrumental version of Patrizia Pellegrino's 'Automaticamore'. These are all hugely revered tunes in digger circles so grab this fine 12" while you can and impress anyone prepared to listen.
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 in stock $19.91
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