NOT IN STOCK
"Immortality is the second release from Paranoid London Records and once again the label throws something unexpected out there. What we have here is one of the original Chicago house vocalists doing a cover version of a post-punk Manchester band set to a tip-top acid house banger. Remember Sterling Void 'It's Alright?' Paris Brightledge is the guy who did the unforgettable vocal. He also has the vision & desire to do something different with a tiny underground British label on its 2nd release. Respect! The A-side is, of course, a cover version of 'Immortality' by The Fall. The B-side has two tracks. 'Making Enemies' is a dark, polyrhythmic speaker-tester, while 'Sync 24' is a quirkier affair. The music is all analog, using three machines: 808, 303 & 202... nice & simple. Once again pressed on 180 gram vinyl, no downloads and no CDs."