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Ursula 1000 – Bass Rock (Remixed) [Insect Queen Music]

Ursula 1000 – Bass Rock (Remixed) [Insect Queen Music]

Bass Rock” gets remixed! Celebrating the platinum anniversary release of the new album EsoteriqueUrsula 1000 enlists a few legends of the breaks world to tackle this album highlight. The results and rough and ready, delivering the goods to global dance floors. From Fort Knox Five’s delicious filtered funk to Jem Stone (of Finger Lickin’s Soul Of Man) and his Bootsy-bass style explosion and all the way to Rory Hoy’s big beat acid soul revue … this pack comes primed like dynamite. And Ursula 1000’s old-school-meets-new-school original version of “Bass Rock” is also on board, reminding why he’s been a twenty year staple of party-time underground dance music.

In 1999, Alex Gimeno – aka Ursula 1000 – set dance floors whirling with his debut platter The Now Sound of Ursula 1000. Has it really been 20 years? Oh, yes. And just look at the highlights: seven studio full-lengths, a pair of DJ mix albums, remixes for celebrated peers from Quincy Jones to Felix Da Housecat. Having performed in more than 30 countries, Ursula 1000 is fluent in the international language of dance. Two decades of sunny days and starry nights rolling by in waves of kaleidoscopic, cosmopolitan pop.

Minus 8 (Compost) – “Cool. The original is the best in my opinion.”
Shantisan (Salted Soul) – “A great bunch of remixes! Fort Knox delivers the winner for me – pure dancefloor power!”
Scheibosan (Kraak Records) – “Super nice trax!”
Anthony Mansfield (Roam Recordings) – “Fun stuff here kittens.”
PulpFusion (Timewarp) – “Super & proper cool ep. That Jem Stone remix kickes it. Awesome!”
DoubleD (Funky Fresh Radio Show) – “Yeah! Some great Bass Funk rockin’ fresh.”
DJ Rehab (DJ) – “Absolutely smashing funk. Fantastic track and remixes from all involved.”
Shantisan (Salted Soul) – “A great bunch of remixes! Fort Knox delivers the winner for me – pure dancefloor power!”
BMD (XLNT) – “XLNT release! The original tune, as well as the three remixes are great! It’s difficult to pick one favorite. If I had to though, it\\\’d probably be Jem Stone remix – maybe because I miss the Nu Skool Breaks era of good old Finger Lickin\\\’ releases.”
tOtALcULt (Ramp FM) – “What a great package! Seriously. These are all bangers. For me, the Jem Stone version takes me straight back to the heady days of Finger Lickin\\\’, but Rory Hoy\\\’s version is a VERY close second! Loving this. Totally my jam.”

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