Complete your A Guy Called Gerald collection. Specific hate is fab, and is having a dig at 808 State. The chords are straight from 'Pacific state', which it also puns in it's title and there are whispered 'where's your saxophone?' vocals, lol. Also, 'I can't wait no more' samples vocal snippets from an argument between Gerald and the band. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of A Guy Called Gerald - FX. More albums of A Guy Called Gerald: Hot Lemonade. Nazinji-Zaka, Hot Foot. This album was released on the label CBS (catalog number AGCG C1) CBS (catalog number 655513 2). This album was released in 1989-12-00 year.
A Guy Called Gerald is the stage name for the musician, record producer and DJ Gerald Simpson (born 16 February 1967, Moss Side, Manchester, England).
Where do you start with A Guy Called Gerald? A hidden gem, the gateway between Chicago house, Detroit Techno and the UK dance music explosion in the late 80s. He is one of a few special producers who entered dance music in the jacking zone. He is the first UK acid house producer and the first producer to have two instrumental dance tracks in the UK charts at the same.
But as Black Science Technology unquestionably proved, a Guy Called Gerald is matchless in his ability to create faultless techno soul. Essence mocks its creator's reputation. I can hear elements of an outstanding, possibly even genre-opening album amongst the jumble of guest vocals and conventional verse/chorus/verse structures. It's as though Simpson needs more than to create another soulful masterpiece of machine music; he needs the fleeting pleasure of being a one-hit wonder.
A Guy Called Gerald-Peel Sessions CD New. Condition is Like New. Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class Large Letter. Essence, A Guy Called Gerald, Good. A Guy Called Gerald Essence Vinyl Album. Vinyl is in very good condition and has been washed in a cleaning machine. Cover in very good condition. A Guy Called Gerald-FX the elevation mix 12" P/S 1989.
Breakin' Beats Since 1988. I Don'T have anything to lose so I don't kiss up. You get the real story.