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Delroy Edwards’ L.A. Club Resource cue up unreleased heat by Ron Hardy, Armando, Sean Hardonson and Paul Johnson, all seemingly plucked outta thin air by Chicago’s Emanuel Pippin
With only a twitter account since 2014 to vouch for his existence, Emanuel Pippin may or may not be a figment of D.Edwards’ imagination, but whatever, ‘cos he’s coming with the rawest Chicago goods on this plate.
Uptown he turns out Sean Hardonson’s version of ‘Crash’, which purports to be the original version that inspired Lil’ Louis’ seminal ‘Video Clash’ track, alongside Armando’s sizzling use of Martin Luther King in ‘ML King Eulogy Track’, and Nick Non Stop’s original version of ‘House Nation’.
Downtown, he coughs up Ron Hardy’s grotty, sleazy jack track ‘Hardy Feet’, which clearly nods to ‘Video Clash’, and Pippin round up with his and Paul Johnson’s bugged-out take on Chip E’s ‘It’s House’ set to mek crowds slap the walls.