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Get Physical Tools Vol. 1

by Various Artists

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Next to their various and vital compilations and essential EP and LP releases, Get Physical decide to cater to DJs with a new series of club tools. The first volume features versions and acapellas of music by core label artists like M.A.N.D.Y. vs Booka Shade, Rhythm Control, DJ Pierre, DJ T. and Roland Leesker.
The first track is a DJ Tool take on the dance classic ‘Body Language’ by original label founders M.A.N.D.Y. vs Booka Shade. Featuring just the iconic, colourful and bendy synth line, it sounds as fresh and catchy as it did the day of release and will get hands in the air when laid over any drum track. Then comes the most famous acapella in all of house from Rhythm Control. ‘My House’ features spoken word vocals from Chuck Roberts discussing the feeling and meaning of house music. They were used by Larry Heard on his seminal ‘Can You Feel It’ and still instantly gets a reaction thirty years later.
Next up, a short spoken word sentence doused in reverb is taken from DJ Pierre’s ‘What Is House Muzik’ and asks the titular question before Cary Golden’s echoing and spine tingling vocal from DJ T.’s ‘City Life’ is served up in isolation and ripe for DJs to use in smart new ways. Last of all, a gritty male vocal from Roland Leesker’s ‘My Warehouse’ is stripped of everything and left to resonate, making it perfect for adding atmosphere to any track.
There is real house history in the acapellas here, and they provide plenty of opportunities for DJs to wow their crowds.


released June 20, 2018


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Get Physical Music Berlin, Germany

A lot has happened in the last 20 years of dance music, but one constant has been Get Physical right at the sharp end of the scene. The label has become a globally recognised symbol of quality, renowned for its always varied and vital house output.

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