Rare Pleasure's rare disco EP reissued

"Only ever pressed as an almost unattainable acetate that’s rarely traded hands and when it does we’re talking £400 upwards. It’s a 1977, modern-soul-tinged disco classic from the New York troupe with soaring vocal harmonies, jamming guitars and big band sections."

Rare Pleasure's rare disco EP reissued

"Only ever pressed as an almost unattainable acetate that’s rarely traded hands and when it does we’re talking £400 upwards. It’s a 1977, modern-soul-tinged disco classic from the New York troupe with soaring vocal harmonies, jamming guitars and big band sections."

Released on the newly launched record label A's + Bees, the new heavyweight 12" will be welcomed by record collectors who have long wanted a reissue of the highly sought after track "Superfine Feeling". The record has previously fetched extortionate prices on Discogs selling for £400. 

The label tells the story behind the release:

"Only ever pressed as an almost unattainable acetate that’s rarely traded hands and when it does we’re talking £400 upwards. It’s a 1977, modern-soul-tinged disco classic from the New York troupe with soaring vocal harmonies, jamming guitars and big band sections."

The release also features a reimagined version by Ashley Beedle with 50% of the proceeds going to the British Beekeepers Association.

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