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Moving Cities

CD (Item 560428) Nuphonic/Warner, 2000 — Condition: Used
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(€3.35 || £3.00 || ¥446) (approx.)

One of the best modern club records we've heard in years! Faze Action have a similar sound to (and a few players from) the Soul Ascendents project on Nuphonic – one that mixes roots of older melodies and rhythms into a killer blend of modern house and groove that's both totally compelling from a dancefloor perspective, and also filled with a rich sense of musical soul and history. This one has bits of Latin, Afro Funk, electro, and funky jazz – all rolled into some killer little tracks with a wonderfully spacious production style. Cuts include "Kariba", "To Love Is To Grow", "Space Disco", "Isis", "Heartbeat", "Moving Cities", and "Samba". (Out of print.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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