The latest subject of Rush Hour's archival intentions is No Pain, a one off alias from New York house produce Kevin (or Cevin as he preferred to be known) Fisher. Originally released in 1993 through the Hardtrax label, It's Gonna Be Alright is one of those classic late night house records, with deep and moody tribal production the perfect foil for some superb vocals from the unheralded C-7. Original copies are that extortionate but it's nice to see Rush Hour celebrate one of their favourite records from the era with a fully licensed and remastered reissue. There are five different mixes here, which all offer a subtle variation and each will work the floor like you need them too - the superbly titled Cliff Deep Flute mix is our pick though.
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