Friday, 2 March 2012

It's Friday . . . Let's Dance



Let's have some early Warp in the form of Coco, Steel and Love Bomb.

Initially released on Instant Records in 1991 and subsequently picked up by Warp the following year. This is a sparse, minimal, House classic which does not sound dated even now. There were so many bloody good records coming out at this time not least on Warp by the likes of Nightmares on Wax, Kid Unknown and the like.

Have a good weekend people.

Coco, Steel and Lovebomb - Feel It

8 comments:

Dirk said...

Finally .... another sturdy one! Can't top the original though, but then again: who can?

Mr Lovely said...

Too bloody right - great tune

Didn't realise it was a re-issue, explains why it always felt slightly out of place with most of the Warp stuff from the time (a bit like DJ Mink Can You Relate also did)

Bizarrely I pulled this out last week and have put it in a mix of old Warp, Black Dog, Orbital, B12 FSOL, etc stuff that I'm working on. I'll try to remember to post a link here when I've finished it off.

dickvandyke said...

I'd debate the 'sturdy' tag, Dirky boy. More of an Essex in Ebeefa Anita Dobson's grandchild sort.

Swiss Adam said...

I think she'd make the Top Trumps Sturdy pack.

Anonymous said...

I DONT FANCY YOURS

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Mr Lovely said...

Ok, as promised, here's the bleepy 90s Warp mix I mentioned that includes Feel It. In case anyone's interested....

http://soundcloud.com/collective-discharge/1990-909

drew said...

Thanks for that Mr Lovely will give it a listen tomorrow