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This review is from: Ain't Nothing But A Party: The 12" Anthology (Audio CD)
The first half of the 80's was a great time for people who were interested in "Soul Funk Disco Boogie". Galaxy/Phil Fearon were a mixture of Shakatak/Second Image/Heatwave. "Dancing tight" and the cover of Tony Etoria's "I can prove it" were floor fillers . Except the included late 80's house tracks, you get an outstanding selection of 12inches, mainly from the 1st album. The second album - This kind of love - was not really successfull. This is a shame, because in my opinion, it is as good as the first album. So only one track from the second album. By the way, don't throw away your "Best Of" Phil Fearon & Galaxy album ... if you already own it. The stand out track from the 2nd album -If You're Gonna Fall In Love- is in full length on it. All in all, a classic "Soul Funk Disco Boogie" album (... I know, some tracks, e.g. "Everybody's laughing", are very "poppy"...).