Various Electric Soul
- Words: Jennifer Marston
- Label: Electric Chair
Following their highly lauded Saturday Night Sunday Morning release, Manchester party dons the Unabombers have assembled a collection of tunes that could well function as the soundtrack to an afterparty, featuring an array of chilled-out grooves that gradually calm the endorphins after a massive night out. Chicagoan Peven Everett's funky, future soul-laced "Testin' Me" might suffice for a post-club boogie around the living room, while Jazzanova's soothing harmonies on "Soon" warrant a large spliff and an overstuffed pillow. Winding this collection down are the lulling snares of seventies soul icon James Mason's "I Want Your Love," a perfect closure to both party and compilation.
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