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New Perspectives – A Collection Of Remixes & Unreleased Tracks

LP (Item 473727) Abstract Blue (UK), 2004 — Condition: Used
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Laidback and jazzy wonderfulness – a full album's worth of rare tracks and remixes from the mighty Break Reform! The album pushes the group's already-great groove with a perfect smattering of extra touches – taking their cool breezy keyboards and spacey beats, and working them into a range of grooves that's even more compelling! Plus, the set also features some unreleased tracks that are totally great – every bit as excellent as work from the group's full studio LP – and which add a nice extra level of polish to this great set. Titles include "Ghosts", "Freefall", "Metropolis (Unknown Quantity mix)", "When It Came (Nwachukwu rmx)", "Perfect Season (Break Reform rmx)", "Medusa (Dynamic Syncopation rmx)", "Freefall (Version 2 – bonus mix)", "Metropolis (Solar Apple Quarktette Suadade London Bossa mix)", "What Do You Do (Kamara rmx)", "Lady Sings (D'Nell rmx)", and "Mercy (Ol English rmx)". (#112.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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