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The first release since Romanthony’s tragic passing had been sent to the pressing plant before he died. Following discussions with his family and advisors, Glasgow Underground is continuing its series of re-issues to help create a legacy for Romanthony’s children.

Andres – and its some feat – takes Roman’s garage classic and turns it into a tripped out disco groove. Pure and blissful this superb mix of wandering bass and crackly chords is the kind of record you want to dance to when the sun is out and the mojitos are flowing.

Young Glaswegian producer Mirrors teams up with McKay and take Roman’s vocals down a pitch or two, get out the juno & the 909, slap on a thunderous kick drum and deliver the kind of synth workout that wouldn’t be out of place on Power House.

Finally McKay delivers his own re-interpretation of “Ministry of Love”, wrapping the full song around a simple, acid-driven groove.

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