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Mr Scruff - Get On Down / Hold On

Mr Scruff Get On Down
Mr Scruff - Get On Down / Hold On
(promo CD/12"/digital) Ninja Tune ZEN12222, 2008-12-01

Mr Scruff Get On Down
Mr Scruff - Get On Down / Hold On
(promo CD/12"/digital) Ninja Tune ZEN12222, 2008-12-01

Tracklisting promo CD :
01. Get On Down (radio edit)
02. Hold On (radio edit)
03. Hold The Dub
04. Get On Down
05. Hold On

Tracklisting 12"/Digital :
A1. Get On Down
B1. Hold On
B2. Hold The Dub

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Press Release :
Fresh (geddit?) from the success of his new album, "Ninja Tuna", Mr Scruff dips his line back in the sea with the funktabulous "Get On Down". Taking a little chunk of 70’s soul goodness (a Prince Phillip Mitchell song, sung by Johnny Adams) and turning it into Scruffy sashimi, this is undoubtedly one of the dancefloor stand-outs of an album guaranteed to get any crowd bumping.

"Hold On", on the other hand, features the smooooth vox of Andreya Triana, but nothing can stop Scruff from dropping lashings of bass squelch - plus a little extra bangingness on the alternate version "Hold The Dub". Altogether uplifting, chest-vibrating and all round marvellous, this is Brit-soul the way it should be done.

Having recently featured on the covers of the Big Issue and iDJ, Mr Scruff is now ready to save the world one fish at a time. Resist Captain Birdseye! Buy Scruff!


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