Boomkat Product Review:
Proper, deep, R&B garage bimmer from 1990, dug out and dusted down by Dublin’s Compassion Crew, reissued with new, uptempo remix and bonus dubs by the original artist and The Man In Bed.
A-side gives up the immense treat of Don’t Tell Me (How Love Should Feel), a sterling slice of slow-mo, Kwaito-sounding garage house and R&B that melts on the mind. Even if you never heard it before (hardly anyone has), you’ll be singing along by the end of your first listen. The dubbed-out, house tempo re-rub from Compassion Crew is also worthy of its place, and Larry’s Luxury Dub, so titled after the original label, should be reserved for nights in with your bae. B-side, The Man In Bed (who dat?) dubs out the original in three dreamy, wickedly tweaked versions, also very much worth your time.
With original copies pretty much a myth, consider this your only way to grab this slice of deeeep dancefloor magic.