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Published on September 26th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

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Lee Coombs – Hard to Find and Unreleased Jams 2 (Thrust Recordings)

Just when the ward was starting to descend from the high of being able to now own 13 classic tracks from Lee Coombs on his recent ‘Hard to Find and Unreleased Jams’ album, we’re now back soaring through the clouds once again as he serves up 14 more must-have classic cuts on volume 2!

On volume 2 we again find ourselves with an outrageously brilliant selection of tracks that were either previously released on vinyl only, or in the odd case, never released at all until now. You can listen to remixes and re-rubs of music by artists like Moby, Paul Oakenfold, Everything But The Girl, New Order and his stonkin’ Breakbeat remix of ‘The Creeps’ by Freaks which just so happens to be a personal favourite of mine. You also hear Lee’s collaboration with Nick Thayer on the heavily 303 led ‘TFM’ along with his unreleased Tech Funk remix of ‘Future Sound Of Retro’ from 2008 and his original deep acidic bubbler ‘Boogie Box’. As well as a few other highly prized treasures ‘Hard to Find and Unreleased Jams 2’ is an album full of music that will smash today’s dancefloors just as much as it did when it was first released. Go get it!

 

Buy ‘Hard to Find and Unreleased Jams 2’ here on Bandcamp.

 

Links for Lee Coombs :

Soundcloud / Facebook / Website / Bandcamp / Twitter

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