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It doesn’t get much better for me. Uplifting and unashamedly positive. A reminder of what we once dreamed the future would be like. How did it all go so horribly wrong?
Favorite track: Count Zero - Positive Nuisance.
Musique Pour La Danse presents a selection of Sheffield's Ozone Recordings' most cherished bleep, bass & breaks tracks, originally released between `89 and `90.
Remastered by Rob Gordon (original Forgemasters member) and with extensive liner notes by Matt Annis (jointhefuture.net), available in limited trioxygen blue vinyl edition featuring the infamous The Designers Republic logo!
"It would be fair to say that this snapshot of Ozone Recordings’ excitement-packed back catalogue is well overdue. The Sheffield-based imprint’s contribution to British dance music’s creative boom of the late 1980s and early ‘90s has long been overlooked, with much more focus naturally falling on the Steel City’s other key imprint of the period, Warp Records. (...) Looking back, they offer a good snapshot of the time, just as this tighter, more stripped-down compilation of highlights does."
Please be aware that we did our very best to reach the best sound possible with the archival sources provided without excessively denaturing their original character.