2x12" LP - Originally Released in 1990 - Eclectic Mix Of House, Deep House, Tribal House, Acid House, Breakbeat.
London's Warriors Dance imprint lead the way when it came to acid house during the late 80s. It was where various key MCs, DJs and producers released and made their indelible mark on the scene. This incredible album International Smoke Signal landed in 1990 and sounded like nothing else around (then, or now, to be honest). It smartly incorporates many different elements of dance music from soul to reggae, hip hop to rare groove, with the most famous of the lot being opening tune 'Koro Koro.' Elsewhere there is super deep smoothness of 'Oh Yes(Freedom)' and tribal acid groove of 'International Smoke Signal' itself featuring Manu Dibango.
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tribal African, underground break-beat house, UK rave classic played heavily on LONDON pirate stations. Bass line heavy with tribal chanting vocal stabs, almost transcendental in its repetition. Very popular with mix DJ's and still beloved by stalwart house junkies. Followed by Tony Addis, "Addis crew" "Warrior dance" also an underground classic and received some chart position in 1990. Read more on Last.fm
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