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Balearica Records represents the London based independent music label. From the first release, till the last volume 16, Balearica has differented itself from the others labels by delivering spectacular release from various artists simple intitulated ‘’Balearica Volume X’’.

In the summer of 2006, Balearica Records started a compilation series entitled, "The Original Sound Of The White Island". These double LP comps focused on classic, however rare "balearica" releases. Now on volume 3 of this series, these compilations have been a nice grouping of hard-to-find disco classics that would generally cause a person to go broke if they had to round up the individual 12-inches. One of my favorite songs off this compilation is "The White Shadow" by Prism, which appears on volume 2 of the series. This 1980 rare classic is actually a re-edit of Risco Connection's Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now, renamed by Prism producer John Mc Connors. It's a great re-edit that I think really defines the series and the "balearica" sound. Anyway you look at it, this is a great compilation series that we can only hope keeps growing.

The latest release was fresh in 2014 presented and it is just another superb selection of eclectic rarities from Balearica. Includes the great chugging groove of 'Dubbing in Buk-In-Hamm Palace' a floor-filling reggae disco bubbler from the legendary Peter Tosh followed by Bella Vista's rare and in-demand 'Mister Wong (Disco Dub)' a slo-mo Balearic gem. The flip side features Dwight Druick's wonderful French jazz funk cover of Toto's classic 'Georgy Porgy' and an extended edit of the Afro disco flavoured 'Stop, Stop Stop,' taken from the sought after cosmic Zig Zag LP. An essential collection!


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