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Trash Company EP

12-inch (Item 629211) Steady Sounds/Peoples Potential, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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Heady keyboards from Trash Company – an artist who's been making grooves since the late 70s, and who definitely has an ear for a really raw sound! The music's less disco than other PPU reissues – and is mighty dark throughout – with lots of distortion on the beats and keys, and an overall sound that feels like the Italian Cosmic scene collided with early Factory Records! EP features five sweet tracks – including "I Don't Mind", "Having Fun", "For The Hook", "Pluto", and "Bigga Man".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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