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sexual harrassment - give it to me hot, dam-funk/jimmy edgar remixes - citinite - vinyl

NITE 16 - 58233 - uk12'' - €8.50

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Genre: Techno / Electro - Electro

1 You Are My Sexual Connection (Dâm-Funk & Lil' Kenny version)
2 I Need A Freak (Sweat.X version)
3 Exercise Your Ass Off (Jimmy Edgar & G.Rizo version)
4 If I Gave You A Party (Robert O'Dell version)




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Give It To Me Hot is a 4-track EP that pays tribute to one of the hottest, raunchiest (but sadly short-lived) funk/punk groups from the early 80s, Sexual Harrassment. TIP!!

Sexual Harrassment was started by radio DJ Lynn Tolliver whilst he was working at MCA Records, and the Cleveland-based group had a gold single on the Heat/Montage label. Their rarer 6-track album from 1983 has become a collector’s item. To do their tracks justice, we asked modern day artists who are synonymous with a sex-driven funk attitude to either cover or reinterpret the originals.

LA-based vocalist Lil’ Kenny starts us off with a sweat-inducing rendition of ‘You Are My Sexual Connection’. Backed by limit-pushing production from modern funketeer Dâm-Funk and has a powerful bassline, searing rides and honest deep-throated vocals.

Sweat.X’s interpretation of Sexual Harrassment’s most famous track, ‘I Need A Freak’, follows. Spoek Mathambo and Markus Wormstorm’s compulsively dark vision, with its broody, frustrated funk sound, riffs on themes of unsated desire and pleasure-pain.

Jimmy Edgar contributes a backing track unlike anything he has ever done before for little known gem, ‘Exercise Your Ass Off’. Combined with the energising vocals from G.Rizo, the track reminds of the 70s New York alt music scene whilst simultaneously feeling like the beginning of the next wave.

Finally Robert O’Dell rides in with his unique style for ‘If I Gave You A Party’. Co-produced by Jeppe Loverman, this version is by turns unsettling and thrilling and has proved to be the most popular on the EP amongst DJs that had the tracks promoed to.