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Friday, Sep 19 2014 | 12:29
Image: 1592024 After a great response to their first two releases, the secret society called Balearic Blah Blah continue to dig deep for number three pulling out secret outtakes and unexpected forgotten classics from their extensive collections. First up is 'Day Off', an uber-Balearic cut sounding like a Jose Padilla-era Cafe Del Mar classic or maybe a warm-up track for Alfredo or Leo Mas at Amnesia in that heady summer of '87. Next comes the brilliant 'Dub To Me', a Compass Point Studio creation mixed by Robert Palmer and surfacing for the first time here on vinyl. 'Pull Dub' on the flip is another heavy Compass Point gem - an unreleased Larry Levan outtake, with crazy dubbed out guitars and synths lacing the Paradise Garage classic. Lastly we have a great extended version of a long-lost New Romantic floor-filler from one of the UK pioneers of electronic music - one for lovers of the Greg Wilson/Trevor Jackson sound. Limited edition.

A1. Day Off
A2. Dub To Me
B1. Pull Dub
B2. Extsign Available from 05.09.2014
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