Introspective at 30

Such an innovative, fresh sounding record – six 12" versions of orchestrated pop, Latino vibes and euphoric dance music.

The classic cover of Sterling Void’s ‘It’s alright’, plus a Frankie Knuckles produced track in 1988, shows just how pioneering ‘Introspective’ was.

And then there’s the beautiful Trevor Horn production on ‘Left to my own devices’. Still sounds fresh today.

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Can’t believe it’s 30. I remember being so excited for its release. An excellent record, was listening to it just the other week actually, left to my own devices is a fucking great track. :+1:

It is always in my house-ouse-ouse-ouse-ouse

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Another article on ‘Introspective’ from The Quietus.