For many the early Noughties was a golden age that saw dance music abandon the faceless and formulaic, returning instead to the values of the 1980s underground. Headman (aka Robbi Insinna) released countless electro-disco sizzlers back then, including his own Manhead album in 2005. Now reissued, we get the chance to enjoy it one more time, and unlike '90s 'landfill house' it still sounds great a decade later. Highlights include the slow building boogie of "Sister", the deep and druggy punk-funk of "Special" and the organic hiNRG of "Dancer".
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