We gave you some advance news on this release which will be reaching the shops in no time. As we said, two monster edits from the guy who delivered the already classic ‘Together’ (in vol. 1). This is a limited affair and we know for good that Stupid Human vinyls do fly off the shelves and never get repressed. This time is only 400 copies so keep your eyes open and get a copy or you will end up regretting. Some copies will be reaching Juno shortly as it seems.
‘Gun Ga Din’ is for us the masterpiece here and we can tease your brains by telling you that this is a superb edit of somebody called R.P.
Press release to warm you up:
This is the new Stupid Human release ! SH003 finally upon us after doing the rounds in cyber dj warfare, featuring some very otherworldly grooves on the A side in the form of Gun Ga Din a hypnotic half spoken / sung in urdu track with bundles of opiate qualities evoking feelings of sweltering humidities and persian nights in exotic locations. Whilst over on the B we have a serious post disco pre new wave low slung disco groover with lovely dubbed out effects and killer drop recently exposed on Chris Duckenfield’s The Idiots Are Winning podcast.
Strong support from: Ray Mang, The Project Club, Jacques Renault, Max Essa, Chris Duckenfield, Mike Burns, Leri Ahel, Jim Stanton, Discofutura, and many others!
Unfortunately, we are not allowed to offer you the whole number but here you have some tasters of what’s coming.
‘Gun Ga Din’
‘Get On Up’
Stupid Human, who goes under the Mark Very Disco nickname on DjHistory, has released his second lesson on how to re-edit music in a respectful manner, adding substance to standout tracks.
The first vinyl, which hit the shops last year came and went quite silently but it was a hidden gem in many record bags and it is highly desired in the ‘Disco/Balearic’ quarters.
‘Together’ and ‘Swamp Funk’ had the same (or even more) caliber than The Revenge’s edits of Hot Chocolate’s ‘Cadillac’ or Whisper’s ‘Planet of Life’ retouch by 6th Borough Project and at least the same power to draw everybody either to the dancefloor or to the DJ booth to enquire about such 12″.
So here it is the second chapter on Human Stupidity. This time with a stronger 4/4 beat injected to it in ‘Ahh You’re Welcome’ includes a well employed sampler from ‘Those Norwegians’ timeless soulful hit ‘Dom B Sensi’ (a sample probably taken from somewhere else surely).
It could be placed along any L.E.S.S. Productions and would work its magic guaranteed.
‘Still Alive’ sounds like something taken from a spiritual singing. It is the equivalent of the fabulous ‘Mass Madness’ speech featured in the first vinyl. On the B side we have ‘Far Out Gipsy’ which comes plagued by dangerous harmonicas but turns out to be another stomper if you give it a chance, equalling the quality offered in ‘Together’ last year.
The last track, ‘A Straight Head’ is pure funky boogie with beautiful reverbs.
I do not know the original so I am blessed to discover it here. Will try to find out whose it is.
Bottom line… these are reworks made with passion, respect and a good amount of time invested. Thanks very much.
Stupid Human volume one is trading around for double digits… This one, if you are not careful, will be out of reach quite soon. Get it from the man himself here Stupid Human Online