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Trouble & Strife - Cockney Bop



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Trouble & Strife - Cockney Bop
Trouble & Strife Cockney Bop
Trouble & Strife - Cockney Bop
(7") Nanny Tango NT3, 2005-09-19

Tracklisting :
1. Trouble & Strife - Cockney Bop (Grab A Granny Original) | [MP3/Quicktime Video]
2. Trouble & Strife - Cockney Bop (Aldo Vanucci Remix) | [MP3]
3. Trouble & Strife - Cockney Bop (Rub A Dub Version) | [MP3]
4. Trouble & Strife - Pin Co. Bow | [MP3]

Info :
Trouble & Strife: 2 East-End funk muppets who support their love of electro & dub with a weekly market stall selling rugs and stuff. Nanny Tango stumbled upon their nu-skiffle, barrow boy beats at a ladies darts final in Peckham. Impressed by their ability to get a room full of pensioners jumping like it was VE-Day, label boss Alan Gubby (Jung Collective) signed 'em on!
Cockney Bop is a groovy, East-End call to arms, featuring shuffling breaks, a rolling bass line, kazoos, the old joanna & snippets of pearly wisdom. On very limited 7" vinyl (300) & including a remix by Aldo Vanucci (Catskills Projects), an electro-dub version & bonus track "Pin Co. Bow" thrown in at no extra cost. Adam & Eve it! (Source: Nannytango.com)
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