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Broken - Dreams EP

Doctor L BrokenDoctor L Broken
Broken EP

(12") Fat/Mind Records & Service FAT004, 2006-03-15

Tracklisting :
A1. Got Something To Say
A2. Dark Soul Aiff
B1. Click To Move On
B2. No Fashion

Alan Brown/feedback
[Cukipapa, Soul Seduction, Vienna]
"No one is twisting jazz as far as these guys. This is the real shit, the mad shit, these guys are going places others fear to tread. Big up Broken, The Doctor, Mind and Manu, 10/10."

[4Lux Recordings, The Netherlands]
"Thanks for the cd and 12"! They sound dope... the twelve has a nice and phat cut! Love the sound! From the cd I am really into Hard Step, click to move on and hold up. The artwork is simply breathtaking!"

Press Release :
Very limited vinyl pressing (300 copies only!) of Doctor L's Broken project, this EP contains 2 tracks from the Broken album "Better Luck Next Time" that was out on CD on Mind in December 2005 as well as 2 unreleased and non-available elsewhere nu tracks, so do not sleep on this one!

As allways when it comes to the Doctor, the full EP is electronic music with a jazz twist... "Dark Soul Aiff" is a broken jazz anthem and has been airplayed by the like of Gilles P (Worldwide), Michael Ruetten (Compost Radio Show), Phil Darimont (Metronomic), John Kong (Do Right)... "Click To Move On" appeared on the playlists of Gerd (4Lux Recordings), Alan Brown (Soul Seduction) or Jazzamar (Nutropic)...


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