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Boomkat Product Review:
As a deeply engrained part of Manchester history, The Beat Club can be counted as an underrated component of the Madchester movement. This is a reissue of their 1994 album for their own Electrobeat Records label served through LTM. Prior to this record they'd recorded one of the Hacienda's most notorious anthems, the Miami Bass-influenced 'Security' from 1988, and proffered a a couple of singles for Rob's Records. The Beat Club's Ony Rodriguez and Mireya Valls brought an American club sound to the UK, which was duly complemented and cemented with a set of remixes from Bernard Sumner and ACR's Martin Moscrop, both included here. New Order's Sumner gives two versions of 'Security', both primed for the Hulme bruxists and Moss Side dancers, while Mr Moscrop revises their other major hit 'Transamerica' as an 808-State alike electro elevation.