Two ultra rare disco and boogie tunes, selected for reissue by the UK's top disco dealer, Zafar Chowdry aka Zaf aka Pussclod. On the A-side there's an extended mix of China Burton's 'You Don't Care (About Our Love)', complete with that heavyweight breakdown and symphonic strings from disco heaven. Turn it over and you've got the slick boogie of Razzmatazz's 'Set It Out'. Both tracks remastered from original studio tapes and pressed in very limited runs - Tip for the disco fiends!
4 years after the now cult Jimi Bazzouka Vol. 1 (featuring the much acclaimed Let Em In edit), the mysterious man returns with a new 12inches featuring 3 lethal edits. Jimi originally made these edits for his own DJ sets, so they are fine-tuned for maximum dancefloor damage. But Jimi also wanted to be able to listen to these when he gets home. So no loopy-lazy boring stuff here, you get top notch editing mastercraft in 3 different colors that will please any DJ or record collector : A1. a post punk disco bomb, that was highly influential on LCD Soundsystem (listen back to Losing My Edge).
Another super limited pressing of unknown synth boogie edits from Truth Is Light! This is the label's 8th release and once again collector/editor Jason Lev (along with Payzant) takes rare heat and puts it under the knife. Check the quirky, high energy synth funk on their edit of InchCalling YouInch with it's rare and unique sound. Where are they finding this stuff?! On the flipside, InchWhere He Leads MeInch takes 'em to church with big choir vocals and huge uplifting arrangement, while InchI Found Me A GirlInch is a sweet slice of that early 80's r&b sound. Only 300 copies pressed.
Second remix package of 'Zero Set' - the legendary kraut LP from Moebius, Plank & Neumeier 'Zero Set', from none other than Norske Disko King, Prins Thomas. 'Zero Set' was produced by one half of Cluster, Dieter Moebius, the drummer of Guru Guru, Manfred Neumeier and Conny Plank, easily one of the best producers of the age who worked with Kraftwerk, Ash Ra Temple and others. Prins Thomas takes 'Jiro' and delivers two spellbinding mixes of it. Part.1 on a side is psyched out rock disco remix, while Part.2 is squelchier, more acidic and built for later stages of the night.