I usually don't enjoy spoken dialogue in dance tracks, it is almost without question an unnecessary addition to any vocal line, especially in the case of disco where the monologue usually consists of some diva complaining about how some man has done her wrong. If I were to edit a track this section of any intro would be the first to get the chop..except in the instance of Class Action's Weekend, in which case everything else would go and I would just repeat the spoken word bit over and over because its ace.
"Well well well, look who's home. I didn't think you were going to make it tonight my man.." and so on it goes.
Minimal boogie synth disco hybrid with the best soul sister vocal in the history of the genre. With Larry Levan on the mixing boards it achieved No.9 position on the Billboard Club Play Singles chart in 1983. Pure heat.
Class Action - Weekend
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