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Boomkat Product Review:
"Les Disques du Crepuscule present a remastered CD edition of Rhythm of Life by Paul Haig, the debut solo album by the enigmatic pop moodist who first made his name with Postcard label art-punk legends Josef K. Rhythm of Life was originally released in November 1983 and recorded in New York and London by renowned producer Alex Sadkin. A collection of nine polished club pop tracks, the sessions featured a stellar case of guest musicians including Berni Worrell (Parliament/Funkadelic), Jack Waldman (Robert Palmer), Anton Fier (Feelies/Golden Palominos) and Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins). The album spawned no less than four singles in Heaven Sent, Justice, Never Give Up and Blue For You. Other standout tracks include Adoration, originally performed while Haig was still fronting Josef K. The five bonus tracks are taken from the 1984 mini-album New York Remix. All are extended dance remixes by Big Apple deejay Bruce Forest, boosting the total playing time to 70 minutes. The booklet contains a detailed Haig biography and retains the original album artwork by Crepuscule design director Benoit Hennebert."