22 years after making their debut alongside Alistair Collings on the 'When You Find Your Love...Hold On' 12", Tortured Soul continue to deliver soulful, summery releases that frequently blur the boundaries between house, disco, boogie, broken beat and more. 'Take The Day Off', their latest album, naturally continues in this vein, dashing between disco-seeped future floorfillers ('Take The Day Off'), slick and soulful nu-disco (Saucy Lady hook-up 'It's Your Turn'), sparkling 21st century synth-funk ('Let's Get Naked'), quality vocal house ('It's Kind of Late', 'When I Let You Inside'), horn-heavy Latin disco-soul ('Your Body Doesn't Lie') and colourful, hard-to-pigeonhole cuts that blur the boundaries between their various inspirations (the John Christian Urich mixed Lisa Shaw collaboration 'I Wish You Were Here').
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