Boomkat Product Review:
James Stinson’s most sought-after joint is finally reissued as part of the Clone Aqualung Series that delivered those stellar Drexciya compilations in recent years.
Well known to all Drexciya fiends as Stinson’s first appearance on record, until now the originals have, perhaps understandably, been priced far out of reach of most mortal vinyl vultures.
This remastered reissue is bound to plug the gap in a lot of collections, as well as word up a raft of new electro pickers, with the mutant Detroit electro-rap of Clarence G’s Club & Cause I Said It Right (you read that right, there’s rapping!), and also the brooding funk of Turbine and Data Transfer.
Go on, buy a lottery ticket; it’s your lucky day.