Probably you might have noticed a slight smell from the kitchen already, and yes, you're right. Some more Tofu got thrown into the pan and after a carefully made up seasoning, the dish is ready for serving. The cuts mingle somewhere between soul, disco and funk and FT02 comes with a really sweet taste which you won't be able to resist. Everybody who enjoyed "Love Is What" on the last record will be more than satisfied.
On the A-Side sweet soulful voices catch you from the first try on. But don't be hasty, or you will burn your tongue. This is hot and far from being a dessert. After the first impression of sweetness, you will feel the spicy taste coming through. We all love that slight burning on the lips, making you really feel the feel.
The first cut on the B-Side digs even deeper into sweetness. Somehow everything seems to be so lovely, each time this one is played out. It’s clear that even the ruff guys can't resist the taste of honey. Real sweet and spicy, that's how it’s got to be.
Things are straightened out on the final cut, which finishes off the meal with a raw funk jam. The extended guitar groove gets back to the basics. Sometimes few essential things, combined in the right way, can be all you need. A typical mistake when preparing a meal is to add too many different spices. Better just use a few and stay focused. But nuff words for now. . . MUSIC PLEASE!
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