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Unity - Escape (Diesler & Nostalgia 77 remixes)

Unity Escape
Unity - Escape
(12") Record Kicks, 2007-03-26

Tracklisting :
A1. Escape | listen
A2. Don't Wanna Change | sample
B1. Escape (Diesler Remix) | sample
B2. Don't Wanna Change (Aiff Remix) | listen
B3. Don't Wanna Change (Nostalgia 77 Remix) | listen
(RealAudio samples - You'll need Real Player)

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Press Release :
At Record Kicks we are proud to announce a great step forward in the 12" collection, this time we present UNITY a brand new broken soul project led by production duo Mike Adlington (Adders) and Chris Mapp (Sugar Beats).

For their new club project's debut EP "Escape" UNITY are accompanied by sensational nu jazz bright star Lizzy Parks on vocals and talented young jazzman Leo Altarelli on horns.

The Ep features also 3 fantastic reworks. On the first one Tru Thoughts new hero DIESLER shows once again his magic touch with a deep funk rmx of Escape that will blow every dancefloor. Fresh Gilles Peterson BBC award winner Nostalgia 77 turned Don't wanna change into a less jazzy more drum-heavy funky groove. Last but not list UNIQUE Record new talent AIFF send us directly back into the Africa 70 sound with a brilliant afrobeat version of Don't wanna change.

With a band of celebrity fans that already featured Norman Jay, Gilles Peterson and Henry Storch you can't go wrong, this is a massively groovy little 12" that you can't miss!


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