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9. Groove Armada Superstylin (12" - (Pepper))
Groove Armada change direction yet again with their new single Superstylin. Vocalist Mike Daniel (aka MAD) who sang on their previous track Whatever, Whenever, adds a significant boost to the heavy dub and beats arena of the new single. Its not their most inventive sound to date, recalling memories of the Freestylers from a few years back but nevertheless the bass rocks hard enough and the groove funks well enough to ensure maniacal reactions on the more up for it dancefloors.
The three remixes, provided by the boys themselves, shift the goalposts to accommodate either more beats, add some electro disco finery or chill things out.


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