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|1. Aim Getting It On (Grand Central) (12" - (Grand Central))|
|Aims album Satellites and Constellations was released in 2000 and was, musically, the furthest Grand Central have moved from their hip-hop, beats and retro roots. Getting It on, the second single to be released from the album, is ultimately a soul and jazz groover featuring the feminine vocals of Azeem. |
Its a bit of a well-timed summer release that may not please the Centrals hard core hip-hop followers but should keep the pop people happy. For more danceable action head straight for Thanks for the Break, an eighties be-bop extravaganza.
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