Sleaze/Morning Music

Thought it would be good to have a thread where all those late night/early morning slo-mo sleaze classics can be kept.

Some starters for 10.

One that Rob J turned me onto

Another fave

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i can see this thread giving my Paypal credit a hammering…

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James from HMD did a morning / sleaze playlist for 6 Music - BBC Radio 6 Music - The Blessed Madonna, History of the World: Horse Meat Disco - Sleaze to please - all bangers :slight_smile:

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A few of my faves:

Was morning music / sleaze proto balearic?

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I had this on some online sleaze mix tape

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Obvious one but impossible not to post in this thread really

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(Slightly pitched down)

Or this version that i’ve played as the last tune a couple of times.

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and its offspring:

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Massive fave

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Loving this thread.

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I can take or leave the first 2 minutes of this with the vocal, but the rest is killer. Remember it sounding especially good at 5am at the end of a Beauty and the Beat party.

Not very sleaze but this thread reminded me of it.

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More obvious sleaze

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On a similar, obvious note

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I was wondering how long it was going to be before someone posted this song in this forum somewhere…

I have maybe heard that same mix where it’s played (Sanctuary maybe?) and it does make sense in the context, but i dunno man…

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I think it may have been on one of the Pine Walk Collection tapes. Pretty sure it was discussed last year when the mix got posted.

EDIT - i I stand corrected. Was a Jim Burgess mix. Le Grand Fromage - #57 by dreambeam

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The Saint! Of course!

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Such a great mix, thanks for the re-up. :fist_right:

Tracklist here

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I’d forgotten it was on that Jim Burgess mix (or possibly I never got that far :frowning: ).

The one I first heard it on though was something else, possibly even a modern recreation. I remember it started with Thomson Twins Hold Me Know, Technique’s Looking For Someone To Love (pitched down) and Cliff. One of those moments (like hearing U2 in a Balearic mix) where a record you’d previously dismissed/hated suddenly sound glorious…

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