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"Bad Side"
Worthy & Yankee Zulu
Playtime Records - PLY015

HEY PRINCESS!

What did we hear about Playtime's last, Spinach Boy?

"This label really can't do anything wrong at the moment" - IDJ
"Ace!" - Kiss FM
"Wicked tune" - Only for DJs (France)

We thought of that one as kind of pest control for the funky house crowd - one HONK! and they're gone.

But if you thought Spinach Boy had a sort of wonky, honky wrongness to it, wait till you get a load of our new one - Worthy and Yankee Zulu track present ... the Bad Side.

Their last track on Playtime, The BS Connection, was described as "a bomb" by Shir-I-Khan and as "stupid fresh nightclub music" by Prins Thomas. Now they've turned to the Bad Side (c'mon, you knew that was coming ...), and they've taken Hannah Holland with them.

The original is a synthy monster, and on the flip Hannah gives it a bit of slinky Batty Bass and turns it into pure London.

Welcome to the Bad Side, princess!

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"Mean, clean and dirty, all at the same time" - Ben Watt

"Utterly, utterly brilliant." - IDJ

"Love this! Both mixes are heavyweight. Big support from me" - Ashley Beadle

"LOVE !!!! THE BAD SIDE !!" - Zdar (Cassius)

"A side is great" - FC Kahuna

"Oh suits you sir!! Quality Release!" - Si.Mac

"Looking forward to play this! BIG." - Style of Eye

"So funky and so good!" - Discobelle

"Fuckin' awesome" - Luke Solomon

"Excellent track. Can't wait to play it." - Abe Duque

"Really like the woozy bass of the original here." - Philip Sherburne

"BS connection was a big tune for me, so this is in da wallet. thanks." - Tom Findlay (Groove Armada)

"Das Original ist ganz fett!" - Lars Wickinger

"Yeah, really liking the wonky/rave house cross that this track pursues"- Joe Gardner (Radio 1)

"Cool groove" - Sebastian Leger

Credits

Written and produced by Sean Worthington "Worthy" Williams and John McIver.
Engineered by Dee Lievense.
Remix by Hannah Holland and engineered by Stefano Ritteri.
(P) and (C) Playtime Records 2009.
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