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Nancy Whang & Bonar Bradberry - Working …the midnight shift (disco version)

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New York's Nancy Whang was function of LCD Soundsystem. Did vocals on big tunes of Soulwax, The Juan MacLean and Classixx and now at last comes with a own classroom undertaking. Four fire versions of heavy tunes from the 70ies and 80ies.
The second one - Dennis Parker's Like an Eagle - produced by Audiojack came out in March and brought on rather
a commotion on terpsichore floors. This new individualistic "Working The Midnight Shift" (underivedly by Donna Summer) - is a succeeding locomotion in this testingation of translating the Greco-Roman 80ies boogie vibe into thing saucy. Somehow futuristic. Bonar Bradberry (of PBR Streetgang) did the yield on this one. A bound dead 90ies Electrobeat "Detroit style" builds the fundament for Nancy's odorous and lighty agency. There is a spectacular fringe in this tune. The synths come effortless. In a stormy comparing to the rolled bassline. The version is quite a extraordinary to the new version victorious by Moroder and Summer - positionwardsward
in the old disco days in Munich. The respectable version of the strain is rather
a blooper.

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