Romie Singh - Dancing To Forget EP

A1 Dancing to Forget B1 Future World B2 Credo Short info: Proto-future Pop exhumed from '86, Romie Singh's 'Dancing to Forget', could easily be mistaken for an up-to-the minute R&B instrumental from '22. The song's elastic swing reminiscent of a vintage Wally Badarou Compass Point session. Instead masterminded by studio maestros Günther Janssen (more lately of Donna Regina) & Peter Hantke, while Romie's vocals soar above. It's a timeless call to escape life's ill's via the dancefloor. Collected here on Strangelove the cavernous, dubbed out 'D.T.F.' (12" version) sits alongside the prescient hope/dystopia of LP cut 'Future World' (cue Covid World) and the killer balearic-beat sass of 'Credo' A short sharp 3 track jolt into the trio's cult 80's catalog. Shouts to Basso for the original resuscitation! Vital Sales Points: Follow up to the labels forays into new artist material, dancefloor twilight zone of t-woc's "Pantangle" and strangewaves/ Balearic electronics of CCCVVV
LP, Album, Violet/Jaune 14,00

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