Boomkat Product Review:
Debut full length album that dates's from 2000 but is only know reaching out from beyond the Detroit booty underground thanks to Submerge, the distribution arm of Underground Resistance. 'Electronic Funkysh*t' is just that, an album that is as much funk, rap and soul as it is electro and techno, with vocal and instrumental tracks bridging the various styles that keep Detroit electronic music on the leading edge of all things pimpin'. Mr De lays claim to having invented the Detroit ghettotech sound on his classic ŒThrow‚ ˆ included here - and all the requisite elements of nasty basslines, hard hitting electro drums, dark strings and lyrics that leave absolutely nothing to the imagination flow right across this 19 track set. Also included are ŒSex On The Beach 2000‚ ˆ a full on vocal house version of the track banged by everyone from Juan Atkins to Suburban Knight ŒGive It Up‚ ˆ originally a limited instrumental release, now retooled with vocals to pretty much define the electrofunk sound ŒKrank This Mutha‚ ˆ another ghetto-tech classic that stills racks up the plays on Detroit radio and the Prince ripped Erotic City rewire 'Friday Night'. In full effect Mr De brings you the XXX-rated pump that booty action. Ace.