|1.||"Drum Jawn" (10:24)|
|1.||"Love Is Da Need" (7:13)|
|1.||"So Damn Good" (8:48)|
|1.||"Just Fakin' It" (7:56)|
Not to be confused with Trevor Jackson's covert edit alias of the same name from the mid '90s, Chicago scalpel wielder Leonard Part Sixx brings his Underdog project to New York's finest Razor N Tape for a hefty double pack. "Drum Jawn" sets the bar high, a percussion heavy version of early '80s German curio "Din Dada" by George Kranz that seems geared to set new records for the amount of drum samples used within the space of a track. From here, proceedings veer off down a classicist vocal disco wormhole - blessed with some modern squelches and groove twists from the Underdog - on "Love Is Da Need" before the second platter opens with the brushed honey soul strut of "So Damn Good." Sir Leonard rounds out the double pack with a slab of '80s disco funk in the shape of the heavy flexing "Just Fakin' It."
JOUTRO MUNDO, JimmyTheTwin, Aaron Dae (Razor-N-Tape), Mike Shawe ✮ Hot Buttered Soul, Shawn Ryan (Universal Cave), Jacques Renault, Sleazy McQueen, Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), Superbreak, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Luke Solomon, Frank Booker, I Love Disco!, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Osmose, Jean Claude Gavri, Martin Hayes (Mating Rituals Rec.), 80's Child, Tone B. Nimble (Al-Tone Edits), Shaka (KolourLTD, Balance Alliance), 4004 , Peter Croce (Rocksteady Disco), Goby, Neon Finger
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