Sep 24th, 2008 // 3 Comments

I’m a big fan of the debut album from disco re-edit experts Quiet Village, and am enjoying the all-obscure-disco DJ mix QV’s Joel Martin put together for the Fact blog. (It goes alongside Martin’s piece on his 20 favorite disco records.) However, it’s the bio note that’s got me salivating: “Joel is also compiler of Kung Fu Super Sounds, a collection of unreleased Shaw Brothers soundtracks from the De Wolfe Music Library 1976-1984, released on Nov. 10.” CAN. NOT. WAIT. [Fact]

  1. Ned Raggett

    Oh man, that sounds brilliant.

  2. cockfightbarmitzvah

    Indeed. Site below has samples of it too (its available as an import). To make sure you don’t enjoy too much of it for free, though, they’ve mixed in some annoyingly loud reference tone beeps (or are my ears just doing that from last night’s My Bloody Valentine show?)


  3. sparkletone

    As the kids on the Internets say: WANT.

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