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Too Slow to Disco 2
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: How Do You Are
  • UPC: 4250506811846
  • Item #: 1487073X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 6/23/2015
  • Rank: 223378
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Price: $22.99
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Too Slow to Disco 2 on LP

Gatefold heavyweight double LP version. Includes poster and download code. More late '70s/early '80s West Coast yacht-pop you can almost dance to! Buoyed by the incredible love felt for Too Slow to Disco (HDYARE 001 CD/LP) in summer 2014, Berlin's renowned pop archaeologist, that master musical excavator DJ Supermarkt, has leapt straight back into the soft-top and been out digging for the lost gems you'll find here on volume two. This is another perfect collection of missing-in-action, late '70s/early '80s smooth, singer/songwriter, AOR-paced, yacht-based pop and blue-eyed soul. Every song brims over with that West Coast sunshine, and for this second volume DJ Supermarkt/Mellow Mafia have dug even deeper into obscure corners of LA, London, even Cologne, to create an even more potent soundtrack to that lost world that's somehow always with us. So join another sunset trip in the company of these lost luminaries. Bask in every detail of that glorious over-production, and recall an era when the music industry had the time, money, and sheer musical talent to make everything BIG. Pay no mind to the cynics, the cooler-than-thou-erati, or the buzzkills of the sincerity police. These are big tunes that deserve to be hits, even if it's taken 40 years to get there, driving slowly up that winding California coast road in the wonderful warm summer air. Includes tracks by Daryl Hall & John Oates, Ben Sidran, Jimmy Gray Hall, Eric Kaz, Leblanc & Carr, Dave Raynor, R & J Stone, Larsen/Feiten Band, Byrne and Barnes, Paul Davis, Joe Vitale, Niteflyte, Bruce Hibbard, Streetplayer, Michael Omartian, and Michael Nesmith.