|1.||The Organism - "Reflection" (8:12)|
|2.||Kincaid - "Tyrant" (7:31)|
|1.||Soft Metal - "Mystic Trip To Al-Dzazir" (9:36)|
|2.||Mount Kismet - "Prunes & Dunes" (5:29)|
Disco Halal is, apparently, a big fan of "perfect strangers", described in the spiel accompanying this compilation style EP as "those people you will have a short encounter with that may change your life". Some may find the music on the label's Perfect Strangers EP life changing - check, for example, the chugging, early morning disco psychedelia of The Organism's "Reflection", which sounds like it could be capable of inspiring involuntary hallucinations, or the drifting Arabic flutes, delay-laden Middle Eastern vocals and rolling hand percussion of Kincaid's superb "Tyrant". Both are intoxicating in the best possible way. Elsewhere, the woozy nu-disco/deep-house/Arabic Italo-disco fusion of Mount Kismet's exotic closer "Prunes and Dunes" is also hugely enjoyable.
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