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PRE-ORDER ITEM : Expected January 1st 1970. This item will only be shipped to you on or after the official release date. Please note any orders containing pre-order items won't be shipped until all items are available, so please order this separately to avoid delays. Please remember that release dates are at the mercy of labels, distributors, and pressing plants and will change constantly.
FORTHCOMING ITEM : Expected January 1st 1970. Please click the 'EMAIL ME WHEN AVAILABLE' button to be notified when the item is in stock. Please remember that release dates are at the mercy of labels, distributors, and pressing plants and will change constantly.
A - Side: I Ain't Hiding (Heavy Disco Edit) Ashley gets low down and dirty with the southern rock giants The Black Crowes. Their 'I Ain't Hiding ' track was a real marmite moment for their fans. Ashley (being a fan) turns the Stonesy disco rock track (think Miss You) inside out to create a psychedelic dancefloor wig out. Already a big fave with the Horse Meat Disco crew this has been one of Mr Beedle's most requested edits/reworks over the last couple of years and he has decided to let this one out the vaults. It's a monster. B - Side: Smiling Faces (DarkStarr Edit ) Rare Earth formed in 1960 as "The Sunliners" and changed their name to "Rare Earth" in 1968. They were signed to Motown in 1969. The band was the first act signed to a new Motown imprint that would be dedicated to white rock acts. The record company did not have a name for the new label yet and the band jokingly suggested Motown call the label "Rare Earth." To the band's surprise, Motown decided to do just that. Their 1973 album Ma, written and produced by the legendary Norman Whitfield, is considered one of their best overall works, and features their version of The Temptations classic "Smiling Faces". DarkStarr sprinkled their juju dust over this funky rock version to create something special. Originally aired as a dubplate for Ashley and Dj Cosmo's infamous Darkstarr nights this now has been given it's vinyl release. A tune for today's troubled times. "Smiling faces sometimes they don't tell the truth"
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