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Eddit - Samba Do Bell (No Comply Remix)




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Eddit - Samba Do Bell (No Comply Remix)
(12") Equatorial Records ER004, 2005-06-01
Limited to 500 copies

No Comply is Lance Ferguson & Ben Grayson from The Bamboos

Tracklisting :
A1. Eddit - Samba Do Bell (No Comply Remix) | MP3
A2. Eddit - Samba Do Bell | MP3
B1. Eddit - Breaking the Disco | MP3
B2. Eddit - Beatification | MP3

Press Release :
Debut release from Melbourne DJ/Producer whiz-kid Edward Scholl provides more insight into the burgeoning talent within the Melbourne massive. Eddit unleashes a salvo of tough broken beat jazz ("Breaking The Disco"), freestyle latin beats ("Beatification") and analogue bass driven house ("Samba de Bell"). Armed with his MPC, huge collection of breaks and a posse of local musicians par excellance, Eddit comes correct with this solid release. Also on the 12" No Comply's remix of Samba de Bell, a searing collision of broken beats, analogue textures, horn stabs and killer breakdowns.
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