The new 7″ from Red Greg out of Finland on Kojak Giant Sounds. The first pressing was limited to 300 copies worldwide, this heavily in demand 7″ sold out pretty much instantly everywhere on the day of release. Thankfully the label have done a limited repress!
Red Greg is on point as per usual. Side A is an edit of Lea Roberts – It is called “Love can break you” from 1982.
This is the 2nd pressing which has black and white labels and comes in a white paper sleeve.
Kojak Giant Sounds has long been a reliable source of high quality, disco-themed reworks. Here, the Finland-based outfit welcomes one of the scene’s most admired crate diggers and re-editors, Red Greg, to the label for the very first time. He’s in fine form; first serving up the punchy, horn tooting, Latin-tinged, two-step disco-boogie of “Love Break”, where a catchy female vocal rides a sumptuously warm and rich backing track. Over on side B, the dusty-fingered digger has his way with “Breakin'”, a tropical disco cut from the Caribbean full of ear-catching bass guitar, bold horn lines, clipped guitars and eyes-closed electric piano solos.