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Cat: BCR 073. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Your Love Is Too Cold (4:01)
  2. Deja Vu (4:43)
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Cat: CHARLYS 229. Rel: 01 Aug 19
  1. You've Been Gone Too Long (2:15)
  2. I Still Love You (2:46)
Intérprete: I Love 45's!
 in stock $8.83
You're My Sunny Day (hand-numbered coloured vinyl 7" limited to 300 copies)
DMH
Cat: DMHV 001. Rel: 10 Aug 18
  1. You're My Sunny Day (7 Inch Soul mix) (3:46)
  2. You're My Sunny Day (live vocal mix) (4:32)
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Soul
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Cat: EXS 004. Rel: 31 Aug 17
  1. You're My Main Squeeze (part 1) (3:01)
  2. You're My Main Squeeze (part 2) (2:51)
Intérprete: JimmyTheTwin, Soul Music
 in stock $10.13
  1. Celeste Hardie - "You're Gone" (3:01)
  2. Sandra Wright - "I Come Running Back" (2:43)
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Cat: JAL 273V. Rel: 31 May 18
  1. You're Gone (feat Izo FitzRoy) (3:42)
  2. A Deckham Love Song (4:08)
Review: Funky Geordies Smoove & Turrell return to London's spiciest funk indie with the first single from their forthcoming new album Mount Pleasant. Two sides, two vibes: "You're Gone" is an uptempo pop funk jam with a wry dash of disco, Rodgers style strums, big horn blasts, rhythmic vocal calls and a subtle harmony between Turrell and new Jalapeno signing Izo FitzRoy. Flip for a little twist of melancholy as the blues groove and yearning tones of "A Deckham Love Song" ooze into your soul. Most pleasant.
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  1. You're Doing It With Her (When It Should Be With Me) (2:45)
  2. Cry Myself To Sleep (2:06)
Review: Rhetta Hughes (Los Angeles, California, November 9, 1953) is a R&B singer and actress. She starred in the Broadway musicals Dreamgirls, Don't Play Us Cheap and Amen Corner: for which she was nominated for a Tony Award in the category for Best Actress in a Musical in 1984. She also appeared in the films Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, The Wiz (as a member of the choir) as well as the film version of Don't Play Us Cheap. She was also seen in the TV version of the musical Purlie, and appeared in an episode of Law & Order. In addition, Hughes had two entries on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart including "Angel Man (G.A.)" which hit #1 in 1983. "You're Doing It With Her (When It Should Be With Me)" is the kind of soul classic that the late Amy Winehouse could have taken her cues from while "Cry Myself To Sleep" appears on the flip.
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Intérprete: Roual Galloway
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Cat: PR 65004P. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. You Saved My Day (5:30)
  2. Got To Be Real (5:10)
Review: Ooof! Two forever-scorching disco gems from the one and only Cheryl Lynn. This extended version of the screaming funklet "You Saved My Day" has only been available on rare promo, while the full version of her seminal party jam "To Be Real" enjoys pride of place on the B. 40 years young and still untouchable.
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  1. Paramount Four - "You Must Leave Her Beacause You Love Her" (3:05)
  2. Jeanette Jones - "What Have You To Gain By Losing Me" (3:57)
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You Met Your Match (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: ZP 05. Rel: 01 Nov 17
  1. You Met Your Match (3:28)
  2. Have Faith In Me (3:37)
Review: Clarence Mann is from Alabama. He was 14 years old when he completed his first recording with a high school choral group on RCA Records. After high school, he sang with various bands while attending college. In 1973, he released his first single entitled "Man's Temptation / Have Faith In Me" on T&M Records followed by "Please Accept My Love" and "You Met Your Match" respectively. After his solo career, he joined the group True Image as lead vocalist. Their recordings were released on a subsidiary of the famed TK Productions. The group continued with the independent Alabama label Juana Records when T.K. closed its doors. True Image released two singles in 1980. After these recordings Clarence Mann did several different versions of the song "Come What May". The original recording was recorded by John Gary Williams in 1973 and was released on Stax Records. Although Clarence Mann did several versions of it, only two of them with True Image have seen the spotlight.
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  1. The Holidays - "You Make Me Weak" (take 2) (3:24)
  2. The Fabulous Holidays - "I'm So Glad (That I Met You)" (3:12)
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Cat: EX 7016. Rel: 07 Nov 16
  1. You Made Me A Believer (3:56)
  2. Starting Over (4:36)
Review: It would be fair to say that the two tracks showcased here aren't among Lamont Dozier's best-known songs. For starters, they were originally tucked away on the legendary soul man's largely overlooked 1981 set, Working On You. A-side "I'm A Believer" is a breezy, string-drenched chunk of disco-boogie blessed with one of the singer-songwriter's best vocal performances. It's something of an overlooked dancefloor gem, all told. Flipside "Starting Over" builds steadily from a slow start, with Dozier's impassioned message of love reborn coming through loud and clear over sumptuous orchestration and super-sweet vocal harmonies.
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Cat: OSV 150. Rel: 04 Dec 15
  1. Betty LaVette - "You Made A Believer Out Of Me" (3:23)
  2. Ujima - "I'm Not Ready" (3:03)
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You Know How To Love Me (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PR 65009P. Rel: 09 May 18
  1. You Know How To Love Me (7:35)
  2. Living Inside Your Love (6:12)
Review: Two Arista classics from 79/78 respectively, the cult (not to mention heavily sampled) charms of Pittsburgh soul queen Hyman are presented immaculately right here on this heavyweight vinyl double-A. "You Know How To Love Me", taken from the 79 album of the same name, is a straight up disco stomper that should be recognisable to all with its distinctive horn fill and rousing backing vocals while "Living Inside Your Love" (from her 78 album Somewhere In My Lifetime) is a slinkier, sultry affair with some sizzling scat vocal flare and harmonies that will have you weak at the knees. It's all love.
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You Keep Me Hangin' On (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BH 109. Rel: 31 Jan 19
  1. You Keep Me Hangin' On (4:28)
  2. I Can Feel Your Love (4:46)
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  1. Alice Clark - "You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me)" (2:51)
  2. The Devonnes - "I Couldn't Build A World (With You On The Outside)" (2:36)
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Cat: EX 7015. Rel: 08 Nov 16
  1. You Got The Best Of Me (0:30)
  2. I Can't Forget About You (0:30)
Review: A lot of us have to thank Expansions for switching us on to Matlock in the first place, thanks to them unearthing him for their Soulchasers collection way back in the early 90s. Here they return to two of Glenn's finest, silkiest soul diamonds. Written for the romantics, produced for the dancefloor right at the very end of the classic 70s sound, "You Got The Best Of Me" has an upbeat Barry White feel to its delivery and sentiment while "I Can't Forget About You" has a lighter touch and flightier flow. The former previous super-rare on 45, the latter never press to 45 before... Both supreme and timeless.
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BGP
Cat: BGPS 058. Rel: 30 May 19
  1. You Fool, You Fool (part 1) (2:28)
  2. You Fool, You Fool (part 2) (2:20)
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Cat: OSV 069. Rel: 28 Sep 12
  1. Yvonne Baker - "You Didn't Say A Word"
  2. Hattie Winston - "Pictures Don't Lie"
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  1. Creative Source - "You Can't Hide Love" (3:52)
  2. New Holidays - "Maybe So Maybe No" (3:27)
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  1. You Can't Hide From Yourself (4:06)
  2. The More I Get, The More I Want (4:26)
Review: This special Record Stay Day reissue gathers together two of Philadelphia soul legend Teddy Pendergrass' finest dancefloor moments. Both are essential, making this a must-buy for disco DJs who've yet to acquire them. On the A-side you'll find "You Can't Hide From Yourself", a sumptuously orchestrated affair whose killer groove is matched in quality by Pendergrass' impassioned vocal (check the rasping freestyle vocalizations towards the end for proof). Equally as impressive is "The More I Get, The More I Want", an insatiably sexually charged affair that builds in intensity throughout and not only contains one of the funkiest basslines in disco history, but also some seriously addictive female backing vocals.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Soul
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Cat: CBLL 016. Rel: 18 Jan 18
  1. You Came Into My Life (1:57)
  2. You Came Into My Life (mono version) (1:57)
Intérprete: I Love 45's!, Soul Music
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You & Me (7")
Cat: CLMN 155. Rel: 11 May 18
  1. You & Me (2:44)
  2. Put A Smile On Your Face (3:36)
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You (7")
BGP
Cat: BGPS 015. Rel: 28 Mar 03
  1. You
  2. Sunshine Of Your Love
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Cat: SB 7033. Rel: 27 Jul 18
  1. Wounded Woman (2:29)
  2. Midnight Affair (3:12)
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RCA
Cat: 7PR 65002. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. Would You Believe In Me (2:27)
  2. Kuenda (3:12)
Review: This excellent seven-inch single mines the rich seam of Terry Callier style folk-soul that is Jon Lucien's incredible 1973 album "Rashida". On the A-side you'll find the brilliantly breezy, horn-heavy samba-soul sunshine of "Would You Believe In Me", a song so beloved to Lucien that he re-recorded it several times later in his career. On the B-side you'll find the arguably even sweeter and more loved-up "Kuenda", where Lucien delivers attractive scat-style, double-racked freestyle vocals over a backing track rich in finger-picked folk guitar arpeggio lines and atmospheric field recordings of nature. It's a joyously simple track, but one that will stay with you for hours after you've put the record back on the shelf.
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Worth It (7")
Cat: RK 45078. Rel: 06 Jun 19
  1. Worth It (4:07)
  2. Worth It (instrumental) (4:15)
Review: Marta Ren has made us wait for a follow-up to her superb 2016 debut album "Stop, Look, Listen". The good news is that a belated sequel is in the works, with this limited seven-inch single offering a first taster of the studio sessions. "Worth It" was certainly worth the wait (sorry). Based around a lolloping deep funk groove rich in heavy bass, hip-hop style drum breaks, crunchy guitars and rising horns, the track sounds like a long lost original 1960s recording rather than something made earlier this year. That's no criticism, though, because Ren's powerful, forthright vocals - available on the killer A-side version - suit that kind of fuzzy, retro-futurist production. Don't sleep on this one - it's one of the strongest soul records of the month without doubt.
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World (7")
Cat: ST45 01. Rel: 22 Mar 19
  1. World (5:27)
  2. Natural Feeling (4:33)
Review: If you've yet to investigate the Soul Tune Allstars fine debut album, "Introducing The Soul Tune Allstars", then this taster single should be essential listening. A-side "World" is an absolute treat; a rich, undulating, retro-futurist turnoff-the-80s style soul cut full of jammed-out Hammond organ licks, punchy horn lines and effortlessly soulful vocal courtesy of former reggae singer and Freddie Cruger collaborator Desmond Foster. The similarly soulful Anna Thiam handles vocal duties on flipside cut "Natural Feeling", a particularly sweet, sunny and laidback song that sits somewhere between classic soul, jazz-funk and more contemporary cuts.
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RCA
Cat: PR 65007P. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Work To Do (3:13)
  2. Instant Love (long version) (4:12)
Review: Previously only available on US promo 45 - these 1973 Afrodisiac-era cuts from The Main Ingredients are well overdue. First up is a beautiful take on the Isley Brothers 1972 classic "Work To Do" (also famed for its Average White Band cover in 1974) while the B is draped in the powerful vocal harmonies and lavish strings of "Instant Love". Proof that sometimes all you need are two ingredients to cook a beautiful feast for the soul.
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Words Words Words (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 721. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Words Words Words (vocal) (3:49)
  2. Words Words Words (instrumental) (3:45)
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Cat: LER 1020. Rel: 19 Jul 19
  1. Wordless Songs (5:57)
  2. Mama Didn't Tell Ya (10:19)
Intérprete: Jake Stellarwell
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  1. Gerald McCauley - "Wondering" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink) (3:03)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Wondering" (instrumental) (2:59)
Review: One of Finnish funk imprint Timmion's most enduring stories; Pratt & Moody and Cold Diamond & Mink's 2017 "Lost Lost Lost" gets an update with Gerald McCauley. Not particularly known for his singing or songwriting (but very much active in other aspects of the industry) the original's raw blues struck a chord so strong in him, he put pen to paper and dulcets to tape to provide a new perspective on the track. The results speak for themselves. There's no wondering here... It's a full blown heartache conclusion.
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Wonderful (7")
Cat: EX 7007. Rel: 03 Sep 15
  1. Wonderful (radio version) (3:49)
  2. Wonderful (4:01)
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Cat: AK 1211. Rel: 20 Dec 17
  1. Wonder Woman (Super Lady) (4:08)
  2. After A While (3:10)
Review: Since springing back to life last year, original disco-era funk label Al & The Kidd Records has delivered a string of fine singles featuring previously unheard cuts from the Washington D.C-based imprint's seemingly bulging vaults. Their latest must-have 45 features two delights from Michael Orr, an obscure funk/soul artist best known for his 1975 collaboration with Casey Harris, Spread Love. In fact, B-side "Afterawhile" - a sumptuously loose and laidback affair featuring some superb keyboard solos from Orr - is taken from that sought-after set. Arguably even more thrilling, though, is A-side "Wonder Woman (Super Lady)", a previously unreleased, synth-heavy space funk jam recorded in 1983.
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Cat: OSV 176. Rel: 06 Jun 18
  1. Woman, Love Thief** (2:39)
  2. Love Power (2:22)
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Soul
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Without Your Love (limited 7")
Cat: SOUL7 043. Rel: 30 Apr 15
  1. Without Your Love (2:53)
  2. Giving Up Your Love (1:45)
Review: Straight from 68; Diane Lewis's Wand double-A has passed hands for well over L300 in the past, and it's really not hard to understand why... Northern soul anthem "Without Your Love" comes with gutsy vocals, full spectrum backing vocals and drums so lively and crisp they sound like they're marching out of the speakers. "Giving Up Your Love" plays the consummate soother; a raw soul ballad with strings and delicate harmonies, it's the ultimate antidote to the emotional frenzy on the A. Highly limited.
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Cat: HJ 45002. Rel: 14 Aug 18
  1. Without Christ (4:40)
  2. Without Christ (instrumental) (3:01)
Review: Calvin Carr's wonderful gospel-soul has been a digger's favourite for yonks, often being cited and used by the very best selectors in the game. This 1878 single, originally out on Philadelphia United Records, is aptly named "Without Christ" and it offers listeners, dancers and lovers an opportunity for positive redemption. Much like the rest of the gospel world, this is perhaps the best way to convert people into enlightenment and keep them positive - there is absolutely no way that this disco-tinged gem cannot make you jump up with joy and excitement. The instrumental cut is pretty killer, too. BIG.
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Cat: GOGO 5. Rel: 15 Feb 18
  1. With These Eyes (2:31)
  2. My Love Looks Good On You (2:34)
Intérprete: Soul Music
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Wish Upon Love (limited 7")
Cat: ATH 021. Rel: 22 Oct 15
  1. Wish Upon Love (2:17)
  2. Nightime On The Beach (3:46)
Review: Dreamy mid '70s funk from Caribbean (St Maarten to be precise) trio Cool Creations: "Wish Upon Love" struts with a Boz Scaggs-style confidence and a deep, cloudy finish that would make Faze-O proud. Flip for a straight-up cloud burst as "Night On Beach Island" lives up to its name with measured pace, cosmic trumpets, sandy pianos and lavish, lolloping wave-lapping double bass. Beautiful.
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Cat: MSV 025. Rel: 07 Mar 19
  1. Wish I Didn't Miss You (3:53)
  2. Wish I Didn't Miss You (remix) (4:19)
Review: Oooh! Angie Stone's "Wish I Didn't Miss You" definitely belongs in the canon of all time modern soul classics. Taken from her 2001 second album Mahogany Soul, the Swizz Beats produced track made optimum usage of an O' Jays sample and was instrumental in that LP going gold and propelling the former D'Angelo collaborator to stardom. It also inspired countless official and under the counter remixes with Blaze's perhaps the most recognisable. So yes this reissue on 7" from Outta Sight is worthy if you don't have the original in your collection and features a housed up remix from Hex Hector on the flip.
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Windy C Collection (double 7")
Cat: DYNAM 7011/12. Rel: 21 Jun 18
  1. Windy C (5:23)
  2. Puppet On A Chain (3:47)
  3. No More City, No More Country (45 edit) (4:15)
  4. Holes In My Shoes (3:32)
Review: 1974's Coming Right At You, the sole album from 100% Pure Poison, has long been a sought-after jazz-funk gem. Soul Brother has previously reissued the rare (and increasingly expensive) LP, though this double 7" marks the first time most of these tracks have been available on wax since 2001. Check first opener (and title track) "Windy C", a superb chunk of lolloping, laidback jazz-funk that sits somewhere between Bob James and Cymande, before turning your attention to the slow-burn soulful delights of string-laden torch song "Puppet On A Chain". Over on the second 7", "No More City, No More Country" is a more hard-spun Blaxploitation funk affair, while "Hole In My Shoe" is a horn-fired slab of J.B's style funk-soul fusion.
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Cat: SJ 1009. Rel: 23 Oct 17
  1. Cooperettes - "Win All Your Love" (2:49)
  2. The Toppiks - "Win All Your Love" (2:57)
Review: One song, two versions, one killer Philly 45. The Cooperettes got in first during the mid 70s with a very rare copy that picked up momentum during the Northern/modern soul crossover in mid 80s when copies began to surface and never really lost favour as OG copies on I-D-B go for near L500. Flip for a previously unreleased male harmony version by The Toppiks, fronted by Ted Mills a la Blue Magic. Just sit back and feel those falsettos.
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Intérprete: I Love 45's!
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Willowman (7")
Cat: EX 7021. Rel: 10 Mar 17
  1. Willowman (3:24)
  2. Funky Guitar Man (3:22)
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Cat: EXPAND 112. Rel: 10 Sep 18
  1. Leon Ware & Janis Siegel - "Why I Came To Califonia" (4:10)
  2. Leon Ware - "Can I Touch You There" (4:07)
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Cat: LW 712015. Rel: 11 May 15
  1. Why I Came To California (4:09)
  2. Rockin' You Eternally (4:19)
Review: Released in celebration of Expansion's recent re-serving of two of Leon's early 80s albums - Rockin' You Eternally and Leon Ware - here's a delightful 45 that reminds us of his finest solo moments. "Why I Came To California" is a sun-kissed soul boogie groove with big horns and even bigger chorus. "Rockin' You Eternally" (which is, let's face it, one of the smoothest song titles to ever come from the 80s) showcases Leon's softer side. A ballad steeped in sentiment, play this loud enough and everyone in a five mile radius will stop and get smoochy.
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Gee
Cat: GEE 12001. Rel: 15 Nov 16
  1. Why Can't We Live Together (Discomix version) (9:09)
  2. Why Can't We Live Together (Dennis Bovell dub) (5:33)
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Cat: OSV 185. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Why Am I Crying (2:25)
  2. That's How Long (I'm Gonna Love You ) (2:16)
 in stock $9.34
BGP
Cat: BGPS 059. Rel: 30 May 19
  1. Who Told You (2:09)
  2. The Same Change (2:53)
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  1. Who Do You Think You're Fooling (part I) (3:10)
  2. Who Do You Think You're Fooling (part II) (3:01)
Review: The latest must-have reissue on Athens Of The North's psychedelic-minded Ocean of Tears offshoot comes from Symphonic Four, a St Louis-based combo who released one seven-inch - from which both these tracks are taken - on local label Zudan in 1978 or 79. Interestingly, "Who Do You Think You're Fooling" - a languid, bass-heavy deep soul treat with a suitably psychedelic sound - was reportedly recorded in Detroit with members of Parliament/Funkadelic amongst the backing musicians. The A side "Part 1" version is the more straight-laced of the pair, though we prefer the wilder and weirder "Part 2" version on the flip, where odd electronic noises, delay-laden vocals and reverb-heavy instrumentation create a seriously psychedelic mood.
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