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The Best (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 4LP

FHXESKU dm-5496

timeless house and techno from the Detroit mainstay
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Now on quadruple colored vinyl! It's been three years since the Detroit native's last full length, Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself, and while we were feeling that one for sure, The Best just might be even better. Omar-S has a timeless touch with all of his productions which really comes to the fore on the vocal tracks. The Amp Fiddler featuring "Ah'Revolution (Poli Grip For Partials Mix'Nik)" is lead by a thick bassline and free-form percussion, coming off like a Gil Scott-Heron cut from a different dimension. Then there's the housed up disco of "Seen Was Set" with Big Strick reminiscing in the cut. If you're wondering where all the techno has gone, don't sweat, there's plenty to go around. Classic emotive Omar-S with "Take Ya Pick, Nik!!!!!," or perhaps you're more into the dirty and gritty "Bitch....I'll Buy Another One!!!." Whatever the case, there's a surprising amount of variety on The Best. It's enjoyable to hear a seasoned producer like Omar-S stretch out beyond what you would expect. Pressed up on four red colored LPs with pic sleeve and full color inserts.

  • quadruple red vinyl pressing
  • music label: FXHE Records 2016
reviewed by Joey Coco 06/2016
UPC: 74113860


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