It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

Bloody iTunes, once again it lost it’s way to the bloody external drive and I’ve had to import the whole of my library again. On the website it’s easy,  just follow the steps and voila your whole library appears as before. Not for me, well,  once it did but not on the last two occassions. It’s going to take me weeks again to get all my playlists back.

But enough of my tribulations, it’s Friday which means one thing.  Yes.  Another in the series that refuses to just give up the ghost and fuck off. Due mainly I must admit to my lack of imagination and effort to come up with something to replace it with.

So, it’s back to 1992 and a speaker shaking, structural damage creating if played too loud dub mix from a duo who were consistently on top of their game and probably along with Underworld the biggest names in Progressive House.

Release The Pressure was released in 1992 and was Leftfield’s third release. The track posted is from the white label Release The Dubs ep, which helpfully has no track listing on it, side two, track one is my favourite and apologies for all of the crackling at the start, I don’t think that the vinyl that it was pressed upon was of particularly good quality, fortunately  it only lasts for the first 20 secs.

Have a good weekend people.

Leftfield – Release The Dubs 3

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6 Responses to It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

  1. Helen says:

    Sorry to hear about your iChoons problems – but thanks for RTD! Any possibility that you could upload the rest of them?

  2. davyh says:

    Cheers there Drewster, mine's a large one.

  3. dickvandyke says:

    And keep stocked up with those damp aloe vera wipes for the sore bottom.

  4. davyh says:

    Aye, the job's not over 'til the paperwork's done.

  5. drew says:

    Helen – will rip the others over the weekend.

  6. Anonymous says:

    i love this series

    ctel

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