Ze 30-Ze Records

Ze 30-Ze Records


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Strut
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Official Release Date Aug 31, 2009
Artist Ze 30-Ze Records
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005228248
Item Code  0730003304712

track listing

1. Tell Me That I'M Dreaming [traditional 12" Remix]2. Deputy of Love3. Things Fall Apart4. Hard-Boiled Babe5. Jukebox Babe6. The Beat Goes on7. Roving Eye8. Something Wrong in Paradise [remix]9. You Know What I Like10. Bustin' Out [seize the Beat Version] [version]11. Maladie D'Amour12. Dream Baby Dream [long Version]13. What Can I Do for You14. Re Bop Electronic

description

Despite some overlap, Strut's ZE 30: ZE Records Story 1979-2009 complements the 2003 expanded reissue of Mutant Disco -- a two-disc comp released by the then-revitalized ZE label, presumably out of circulation at the time of this set's release. Strut didn't come up with a definitive look at one of the maverick labels of the late '70s early '80s. Instead, it chose to go rather deep while throwing in a few of the singles that received a great deal of rotation in underground clubs (such as Was [Not Was]' "Tell Me That I'm Dreaming," oddball disco-funk at its baddest, unless you count the same band's "Wheel Me Out"). Only the most knowledgeable DJs and disco fanatics have known about some of the inclusions, like Sympho-State's brisk and elegant "You Know What I Like," the B-side of a one-off arranged by Carlos Franzetti (a Fania and Kid Creole associate) that features Leroy Burgess (Black Ivory, Logg) and Christine Wiltshire (Aural Exciters, Musique). A couple cuts -- the long version of Suicide's "Dream Baby Dream" and the Larry Levan remix of Kid Creole & the Coconuts' "Something Wrong in Paradise" -- appeared just a few years prior on ZE's Mutant Disco, Vol. 3: Garage Sale. Late ZE signing Michael Dracula, from Glasgow, justify their presence with a dread-filled fun-time collision of ZE vets Lydia Lunch, Cristina, and the Waitresses.

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SN: 228 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093