One of the undoubted joys of Richard Sen and Cazbee's Mixed Blood Cuts re-edits series is the unusual and varied nature of the material on offer. This ninth instalment offers six more leftfield dancefloor gems cut-up and rearranged for maximium pleasure. There's a pair of Mascara-flaunting Italo-meets-New Wave jams (excellent opener "Second Hand Love" and the sweeter, groovier, Gaz Nevada-ish "If You Were"), some suitably heavy disco (the horn-toting, low slung delight that is "Dance Time"), an exotic trip into Middle Eastern disco territory (the swirling strings, Lebanese instrumentation and chugging rhythms of "Storm Chasers") and a triumphant rearrangement of Modern English's moody post-punk classic "Life in the Gladhouse". Oh, and a brilliantly bizarre fusion of twisted electronics and brass band funk ("B-Boys on Acid").
DJ-friendly full length tracks