Lidell says, “Big Love” gets inflation from some heavy hitters for a thick slab of limited hot pink vinyl flame. Here come the warm jets as Machine Drum and Jimmy Edgar both take the big gloves off and fight dirty with the rambunctious bum punching styles. Rump, ripple and the hard shakes guaranteed.
Lorenz Rhode brings up the rear with the ultra fresh sounds of yesternow. Boogie down. Keep popping ‘n’ locking til the lights come on, neon funk for the year 1980-3000. Also crammed onto this power slab is the soul force of Crackboy, delivering the addiction to ya with his pipe of cone crush. He turns his bump to another Lidellian single “You Naked” for some jungle heat. Chicago via Paris via your ass!”
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