Wednesday, June 30, 2010

heavy heavy

Two classic Pop Rock's get a heavy Dub 'n Disco make over on one very limited edition 12" for Heavy Disco Edits, which you'll find in stores this week. If the name Heavy Disco rings a cowbell, it may well have something to do with the fact that these monster edit's are rumoured to belong to Ashley Beedle. Ashley has used the 'Heavy Disco' moniker before, usually for personal reworks from his private collection and there is much sonic evidence too, that the tracks originate from his studios. These 'mysterious' and Dub heavy twin peaks were apparently sourced in Japan however, where they were destined to remain a local only release, now you or I can grab a copy. What you get is David Essex's ubiquitous 'Rock On' re-jigged for far out dancefloors and the pretty massive 'Come Together' by them Beatles dubbed to within an inch of its former life. It's Beedle's take on the Fab 4's call to unity that makes this 12" one to covet, like any classic Beedle production this beauty is the cream that causes multiple orgasms... well aural ones anyway. If you think I'm joking, I suggest listening to it below...

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