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Diesler - When She Was Bad

Diesler When She Was Bad
Diesler - When She Was Bad
(12") Freestyle Records FSR053, 2007-10-03

Tracklisting :
A1. When She Was Bad
A2. Restless feat. Testament
B1. Restless Feat. Testament (Lack Of Afro Remix)
B2. Restless Feat. Testament (acapella)

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Press Release :
Having dropped 2 heavyweight albums on Brighton's Tru Thoughs, not to mention an impressive array of remixes for labels such as Ninja Tune, Jugglin/Raw Fusion, Hi Top, Schema and Record Kicks, Freestyle Records are proud to welcome Diesler to the label. The Burnley based producer has just completed his 3rd and arguably his most complete album to date. Featuring a host of guest vocalists such as Laura Vane (Part Time Heroes), Testament (First Word) and Katie Miller, the album is a heady mixture of hip hop, funk, Latin and broken beat - all given the unique Diesler twist and shake.

Stepping up his game for the first single, “When She Was Bad” is a trouser wobbling, butt shaking, arms flailing monster. Just check the reaction when that bassline drops - don't say we didn't warn you! Over on the flip, Testament blesses the mic with some heavy science, whilst Diesler shows he is just at home producing hip hop as he is house. Freestyle's own Lack Of Afro steps up with a funk infused remix, and you even get an acapella to get busy with. Nice!


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