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HORSE MEAT DISCO CD

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  • Audio CD (10 Aug. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B002BBFF4W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,426 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Various Artists - Craig's Phone Message
  2. Karen Young - Deetour
  3. Eddie Drennon - Disco Jam
  4. Empire Projecting P - Freakman\Smokey Robinson
  5. K.I.D - Hupendi Muziki Wangu
  6. Gino Soccio - Its Alright
  7. The Two Tons - I Depend On You
  8. Sheryl Lee Ralph - In The Evening
  9. Gregg Diamond - Danger
  10. Plaza - (Got My) Dancing Shoes
  11. TJM - Put Yourself In My Place
  12. The Richard Hewson - Love Bite
  13. Laura Greene - Manhattan
  14. Fern Kinney - Love Me Tonight
  15. Tamiko Jones - Let It Flow

Disc: 2

  1. Karen Young - Deetour (Party mix)
  2. Smokey Robinson - And I Don't Love You (Larry Levan Instrumental Dub)
  3. Empire Projecting P - Freakman
  4. Gino Soccio - It's Alright
  5. Richard Hewson Orch - Shark Bite
  6. Eddie Drennon - Disco Jam
  7. K.I.D - Hupendi Muziki Wangu
  8. Two Tons Of Fun - I Depend On You
  9. Plaza - (Got My) Dancing Shoes
  10. Gregg Diamond - Danger
  11. Sheryl Lee Ralph - In The Evening
  12. Tamiko Jones - Let It Flow

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BBC Review

Horse Meat Disco, a quick guide: for the last six years, Jim Stanton and James Hillard, along with Severino and Filthy Luka, have steadily built a great reputation amongst London’s club scenesters, moving from Chinatown to their current home at The Eagle in Kennington. They’re fast becoming legends in the history of London nightlife, and are now setting their sights on taking over the world.

Operating on so many levels of amazing, Horse Meat Disco is the joint to head to, whatever the angle of your dangle. It’s a sublime place where the cosmic, the hairy, the naked and downright fabulous can be free and far out. Their NYC Downlow events are fast becoming highlights of both Glastonbury and Lovebox, too – imagine something akin to the movie Cruising (minus the stabbings, natch) featuring an alley filled with trannies, hookers and leather boys in a generally debauched atmosphere. It's fair to say it’s slightly more alluring than watching Scouting For Girls in the drizzle.

Now, finally, the good boys of HMD have released their first proper compilation. Filled with the essence of what makes a memorable night out, the mix encapsulates the finest crate-dug gems of 70s/80s disco. Anyone with a taste for the lesser-known names of the Casablanca and TK stables, and acts such as Gino Soccio, Karen Young and Fern Kinney will be absolutely enraptured. Highlights in a boogie-friendly collection of thrills include a rare-as-hens-teeth Larry Levan dub mix of Smokey Robinson's And I Don't Love You; Two Tons O' Fun’s I Depend On You (the group later became The Weather Girls); and the tremendous, floor-destroying anthem In The Evening by Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Throw in possibly the greatest introduction to a mix album ever – we won’t spoil the surprise – and you have something quite magical that can turn any occasion, however mundane, into a polysexual cosmic disco wonderland. --Ian Wade

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