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Boomkat Product Review:
The keener-eared Detroit observer should have caught Big Strick's two 12" appearances on FXHE over the last few years. He returns, presumably on his own label, 7 Days Ent, accompanied by Don Q - the vocalist from the timeless 'U' (AOS-2) - plus his cousin, Omar-S, and Tony Coates (who dat?) for a killer 14 track session. It features three previously released cuts in 'Buckle Up', 'Whatup Doe' and '100% Hustler', but it's the eleven new tracks that you should be clamming for. From the fierce opener 'State Of Emergency' inwards this is some authentically effective Detroit gear. There's Tony Coates' bathroom-recorded vocals on 'Maybe 1 Day'; weird, baby-sampling warehouse jack on 'Childs Play'; grittiest soul chords on 'A Soldier's Story'; seriously vibing minimalism on 'Under Tone'; bare-bones jack on 'Bar Room Brawl' , and inimitably moody keys for 'Yllabian Dogfight', all underlined with a uniquely visceral production style, no doubt learned from his cuz. It's really not every day that stuff of this integrity and soul reaches us from the streets of Detroit, and on CD to boot, so it's a well recommended purchase!