Billiards With A Midget - (5:51) 110 BPM
   
Billiards With A Midget (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) - (5:55) 114 BPM
   
Billiards With A Midget (Dr Dunks Keep Tt Cheap mix) - (7:26) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Hailing from Los Angeles and New York, it would be safe to assume that Addled, Slow Hands and Tom Croose can draw on a trunk full of musical influences. So far, their limited but impressive releases (see, in particular, the brilliant "Neves For None" on Future Classic) have painted an aural picture of a combo stuck somewhere between the West Coast wizardry of nu-Balearic adventurer Sorcerer, the San Francisco/New York disco dubbiness of the Rong Music label and the aural trippiness of Norway's Scandolearic masters (see early Lindstrom & Prins Thomas) - with more than a dash of Claremont 56/Mudd thrown in. Given their sound and success, its little surprise to see them popping up on Prins Thomas' Internasjonal label. They're a natural fit, especially when they indulge the Norwegian's notoriously silly sense of humour by calling their single "Billiards With A Midget". Even more thrillingly spaced-out than "Neves For None", it's a dubswise Balearic gem based around a delightfully lazy dub rhythm. For those with half an eye on the dancefloor, there are a couple of corking remixes to choose from. First, Prins Thomas himself gets out his drum kit, polishes down the synth marimbas and drops a Scandolearic disco chugger. Then, as if trying to outdo the Norwegian, Eric Duncan dons his Dr Dunks moniker, ups the tempo and lays down a seriously freaky space disco trip that should find fans within San Francisco's dub-disco community.
INTSPE 005
25 Apr 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
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