VARIOUS - Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 1 - Vinyl (4xLP)

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Cat: NER 25445COL. Rel: 11 Oct 21
Funky/Club House

Side 1 - Track 1. Willie Ninja - Hot (Louie Vega & Josh Milan remix)Side 1 - Track 2. Willie Ninja - Hot (Expansions NYC dub)Side 2. Willie Ninja - Hot (Louie Vega Why Because I'm Hot original mix)Side 3. Ralph Falcon - Break You (Radio Slave remix)Side 4. Ralph Falcon - Break YouSide 5 - Track 1. The Messenger - End This Hate (Tensnake remix)Side 5 - Track 2. The Messenger - End This Hate (Todd Edwards original mix)Side 6 - Track 1. Beltram presents Phuture Trax - Future Groove (Agent Orange DJ rework)Side 6 - Track 2. Beltram presents Phuture Trax - Future Groove (Maxed Out original mix)Side 7 - Track 1. Kim English - Unspeakable Joy (Dr Packer remix)Side 7 - Track 2. Kim English - Unspeakable Joy (Maurice Joshua original mix)Side 8 - Track 1. Byron Stingily - You Make Me Feel Mighty Real (Kevin McKay remix)Side 8 - Track 2. Look Out - Let Your Body Go (Franky Rizardo remix)

To mark 30 years in the game, legendary NYC house label Nervous Records has decided to release a series of compilations that pair classic cuts with new remixes. Louie Vega kicks off the first volume by remixing one of his own productions, Willie Ninja's 'I'm Hot', reinventing the analogue-rich deep house bumper as a disco-centric, while Radio Slave turns Ralph Falcon's sleazy 'Break You' into a stomping techno anthem. Tensnake adds warmth and wooziness to The Messenger's 'End This Hate' (a classic Todd Edwards production), Agent Orange delivers a warehouse-ready techno version of Phuture Trax's 'Future Groove' and Dr Packer emphasizes the gospel influences in Kim English's 'Unspeakable Joy'. Arguably best of all though is Kevin McKay's muscular electro-disco mix of Byron Stingly's superb Sylvester cover, 'Yu Make Me Feel Mighty Real'.