An E.P. with the air of something independent, and House, from the NYC of the early to mid-90s, dominated by a 909 kick and dedicated to the lovely young lady who lived in the apartment below Deep 88`s Berlin Studio, and would come up to complain every time said machine was switched on.
There`s a near perfect copy of Wayne Gardiner`s Strictly Rhythm classic, “The Warning”, with added 303, and syncopated high-hats accompanying “Can You Feel It?” bass-lines. That Deee-Lite sample source has also been tracked down (my money was on Ken Nordine) to ask the second eternal question over a suitably reflective backing.
The girl, she moved out.
The promo was inspired by those turntables in the Ca` Del Liscio DJ Parade 1986 video.