Factory Records collaborate with Strut for a second volume of Fac. Dance gathering together classic '80's post-punk, disco and pure dance 12" mixes and rarities from the legendary label.
The early version of A Certain Ratio angular funk classic ‘The Fox’ from the band’s debut album ‘To Each…’ rubs shoulders with Cheba Fadela’s Algerian rai blast, ‘N’Sel Fik’; Kalima’s uplifting dancefloor jazz also features, along with a sprawling electro dub of 52nd Street’s UK boogie classic ‘Can’t Afford’; we spotlight Dutch electronic band Minny Pops with the motorik ‘Blue Roses’ alongside the heavy dub and reggae stylings of The Wake, X-O-Dus and ACR alter ego Sir Horatio; the Manchester / New York axis is also revisited once again with two potent post-punk funk blasts from E.S.G.
A1. 52nd Street - Can't Afford (Unorganised Mix)
A2. A Certain Ratio - The Fox
A3. Minny Pops - Blue Roses
B1. Fadela - N’sel Fik
B2. Nyam Nyam - Fate
C1. Section 25 - Sakura
C2. Biting Tongues - Meat Mask Separatist
C3. Sir Horatio - Sommadub
D1. Shark Vegas - You Hurt Me
D2. The Wake - Host