Leaving is track 02 from the album "Wah Friends Electric 2" which is available on Wah Wah 45s.<br />
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<b>About This Release:</b><br />
For 15 yearsWah Wah 45s have been releasing music with a soulful feel, regardless of sub-genre, many of which have no doubt ended up as staples of your local underground partyon a Saturday night. That's right, Wah Wah don't just do acoustic soul, brass band funk, dub reggae and foot friendly jazz, we've been dipping our toes in the world of dance floor electronica for sometime and following on from the success of last year's compilation, we thought it was about time we brought you the second instalment of "Wah Friends Electric".<br />
Volume 2 continues where it predecessor left off, covering the club friendly end of the Wah Wah back catalogue, from early deep house offerings from Aaron Jerome (the man behind the Sbtrkt mask) and blue eyed disco from Talc's night club dwelling alter egoes Man / Boy featuring Girl, to more recent outings from Lea Lea, Paper Tiger and Scrimshire. Add to that previously unreleased, and exclusive to this compilation, remixes from The Reflex and Noisses, as well as other homegrown greats such as Stubborn Heart and Debian Blak, not to mention Japanese dons Goth-Trad and Anchorsong, and you've got one serious second volume of dance music from the Wah Wah vaults.<br />
Now go shake that ass.