Gay Marvine – Bath House Etiquette Vol. 6 12"
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Label Bath House Etiquette
Format 12" Vinyl
More bold and brash sickness from Gay Marvine. It just gets more perverted when you think about every song from a red hanky perspective. A side = pure disco and deep funk reshaped as tools for today. B side = total cult classics re-visioned to devastate any dance floor. A1 I Want Your Love See how well it fits! The classic insidious groove. This is the sound of cocaine, people. The Gay Marvine interpretation takes the shape that another Detroiter found on his political disco classic and allows the full song to reveal itself. A dance floor treasure. A2 Pitch Black City Originally recorded in Bologna, Italy with the vocals added at the Power Station in NYC. Luther Vandross is not on this one. A major reshape, a real improvement! A highlight of any night. B side B1 Hilltop In Detroit this was called Techno, because that's what you called Electro then. A knock them dead thunderous classic from an unappreciated uk band. This is an edit of the Bernard Sumner remix, giving it a kind of EBM / new beat feel, before that even existed. Nice 303. Most likely the inspiration for UR 003 “The Final Frontier”. Restructured by Gay Marvine, fixing all the off time edits, so that you can destroy the dance floor with ease. B2 Meatin Don't slap me, because I'm not in the mood. I’d Hate to come down to their level and become a BW. Campy classic.
A1 I Want Your Love
A2 Pitch Black City