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GU2040V
ARTIST
ROMANTHONY
TITLE
WHAT $ LOVE (INCL. CHRISTIAN NIELSEN, THOSE BEATS & SUPERNOVA REMIXES)
LABEL
Glasgow Underground
CATALOGUE
GU2040V
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    2014/09/01
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
ALL ARTISTS
MISC
LIMITED EDITION TO 300. HAND NUMBERED, SPRAYPAINTED GOLD & WHITE SLEEVES. HEAVYWEIGHT VINYL.
DESCRIPTION

"What $ Love" is one of Romanthony's rarest songs. The original house mixes - only ever released on the fleeting US imprint Vinylmania - is one of his most sought after pieces of vinyl with pristine copies selling for upwards of £100. Roman did make an R&B version on his Glasgow Underground album but the house mixes with their low-slung dubby organ & bass grooves are the real dj deal.

The classic cut from the Vinylmania 12" (Roman's Remix) is included here, as are three new mixes from Supernova, Christian Nielsen and Those Beats.

Christian Nielsen delivers possibly the most club-friendly mix on the package, taking Roman's vocals on a tough, percussive, jacked-up house groove. Supernova add a touch of hypnotic beauty choosing to sample of Roman's voice and layering them over a sublime groove. Lastly, Glasgow's finest Those Beats add a touch of jazz giving this classic track the kind of workout you'd expect from someone like Pal Joey or the Rednail Kidz.

Supprt from: Support from: Pete Tong, Skream, Josh Wink, Bodden, Detroit Swindle, Claptone, Robert Dietz, Groove Armada, Tony Humphries, Oliver $, Chopstick, Lee Foss, Jacques Renault, Josh Butler, Justin Sloe, Doc Martin, Spiller, Emperor Machine, Leftwing & Kody, M.in, Florian Kruse, Philippe Zdar, Tocadisco, Chus & Ceballos, Panda, Kenny Dope, TCTS, Jimpster, Robert Owens, John Digweed, Kiki, Claude Monnet, Terry Farley, Droog, Jozif

Published: August 14, 2014