Frizzy P & Mr Cole - Dramadome (Gate) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Track 1
2. Intro
3. Track 3
4. Tilla
5. Track 5
6. Razzle
7. Track 7
8. Mama Jay
9. Track 9
10. in Motion
11. Track 11
12. Blue
13. Track 13
14. the Cure
15. Track 15
16. Some Way
17. Track 17
18. Islands
19. 1
20. Maybes
21. 1
22. Irish Coffee
23. 1
24. You See

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Vinyl Gatefold. The reference of this double EP is well known to hip hop fans: it's 1985 - Dougy Fresh and Slick Rick released the track "La Di da Di", which became a classic of the genre and one of the most sampled tracks in it's history. The track, which sounds like a catchphrase, is a perfect description of the singer's rhythmic and melodic flow, which effortlessly flows over Mr Cole's warm, organic beats. The symbiosis is almost perfect. Tinged with heady refrains, the EP can be listened to without moderation. The mix is based on the remix of the track "It's a boy" by the Large Professor released in 1994. Slick Rick's nonchalant and calm tone inspires the duo to mix the vocals lightly - a desire to harmonise all the elements of the EP for a fluid and almost uninterrupted listening experience from start to finish. The duo seduces with it's rhythmic and melodic poetry, soft to the ear, which can be listened to over and over.