Tuesday, September 04, 2007

A Healthy Dollop of Disco Tartar

Lobster Disques is a new re-edit label that has already released three records this year,Le Disco Snip Snip EP, Eeling Groovy, and California Breamin'. The producer behind these re-edits goes by Secret Bob and he has cooked up some great re-edits, including new mixes of ELO's "Last Train To London", Stretch's "Why Did You Do It", The Jam's "Start", Gino Soccio's "S Beat", Doobie Brother's "Jesus Is Just Alright", Tamiko Jones's "Everybody’s Talking" to name some of my personal favorites. Of course Secret Bob re-names the tracks with some ridiculous names, my favorite being "Jam Sandwich", which is his re-edit of "Start" by The Jam. All in all, I think this is a great new re-edit label that is putting out some fine new edits that can really work the dancefloor along with your upcoming sunday seaside cruise. Plus, these mixes have been getting plenty action from the likes of disco vikings Rune Lindbaek and Todd Terje, so you know they must be of top quality. I highly recommend checking them out.

Here is Secret Bob's edit of ELO's "Last Train To London":

Secret Bob - Last Train to Oslo

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1 comment:

Enrique said...

Thanks! Been trying to track down this re-edit for a minute...