Mitch Davis has done it again. Bless his talented ears. Another splendid selection of 8 tracks that he feels represent the summit of aural achievement. The last time he did this it went very well. Everything I thought I knew about music was detonated in an instant and then pieced back together shard by shard. So expect nothing less. We've hidden what the tracks are in the list above so that you can listen unencumbered, your mind a blank canvas ready to be splattered with Mitch's musical paintbrush. Enjoy...
Mitch Davis can be found running Numb Magazine among other things.
The challenging lyrics to this, the first ever acid track, changed so many lives back in the 80s, introducing council estate kids to the wonders of waving their arms to drum beats whilst gurning on MDMA, plus inspiring a generation of young men to sport pony tails. Producer Peters Watermen invented acid by tweaking a Casio TM 333 to create the squidgy bass undulating through this masterpiece and then took the track to another level by having the two unknown gypsy boys spit their venomous rhymes over it. Provocative, ultra violent and utterly gorgeous. Viva acid house indeed.