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D.I.E. featuring The Men You'll Never See
The Unseen

Total vintage Detroit action here from 1997, reissued in order to save you from those wild rare record dealer prices. The Unseen, put together by D.I.E. with The Men You’ll Never See, is Detroit electro at its best, just the good stuff loud and direct with no room for nonsense. Reissued by Clone West Coast Series.
  • Vinyl 12" (CWCSXMAP002)

Legowelt
Omnibus Babylon EP

Legowelt’s been around the block enough times now to what makes a good club tune. Keep the bass bouncy, the drums shuffling and the synths chirpy and you’re most of the way there. Omnibus Babylon is an effortless collection of acid and deep house that barely breaks a sweat across its four tracks. That might make it sound like Legowelt is taking it easy, but actually it’s just a testament to how good he is these days.
  • Vinyl 12" (CWCS011)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
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  • Clone West Coast Series

D.I.E / Various
The Men You'll Never See

Clone West Coast Series presents this 2018 remastered edition of a classic from their vaults. Originally released back in 2018, it includes Detroit In Effect's glistening, night drive electro bomb 'The Men You'll Never See (First Mix)' alongside a booming mix from ADULT. Plus, on the flipside lurks an off-kilter, dark and twisted synth-pop/electro cut from the enigmatic Electronome and the deliciously glooomy 'The Men Who Won't Come Back (Quest Part 2)' from the one and only I-f.
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D.I.E.
The Men You'll Never See Pt.2

Clone West Coast Series presents a remastered edition of this sought after EP from 2003. It includes six tracks of pure electro magic from D.I.E. aka Detroit In Effect, the duo of Odell Perry and Tameko J. Williams, who also slipped few records out as Cybonix and M.A.P. This EP is a fine example of how they blur the lines between oldskool street electro and a more cosmic, futuristic aesthetic straight outta the motor city.