Liquid Liquid Get Shiny New Retrospective from Domino Records

Seminal New York quartet Liquid Liquid formed in 1980, put out a few releases on the ultra-cool 99 Records, and then disbanded in 1983. But not before they made a totally lasting impact on the music landscape of today -- mostly through the Melle Mel song "White Lines (Don't Do It)," which uses the bassline from a Liquid Liquid song to make one of the funkiest jams to ever dissuade impressionable youth from doing cocaine. And now the no-wave/mutant disco band is getting the old reissue treatment! In a Botox-free surgical procedure, Domino Records has found a way to reinvigorate three classic EPs from the band, as well as the requisite unreleased tracks and live recordings that will make people who already own the original stuff shell out the $$$ for the CD version. They're calling the retrospective Slip In And Out of Phenomenon -- I call it a GUARANTEED DANCE PARTY.

Tracklisting galore!

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