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Inner City vs E-Dancer : Good Love

Kevin Saunderson and Paris Grey are back with another 'Good Life'-style slice of Latino techno...

Kevin Saunderson and vocalist Paris Grey haven't departed wildly from the blueprint that made previous hits 'Good Life' and 'Hallelujah' such corkers. The Latin piano, belting vocals and chunky basslines are very much in evidence but it's all underscored by a dirtier rhythm that's more Luke Solomon/Classic/Freaks in style.



Saunderson's Detroit mate Anthony Shakir gets even grittier with a re-rub that splices pervert vocals to staccato rewind beats for an unsettling disco dub experience. Good to see one of techno's Holy Trinity back rocking the dancefloors.



Kieran Wyatt
7 / 10

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