A bonafide dancefloor invitation, this classic cut by Chain Reaction was originally released in 1980 on the P&P affiliate label, Sound Of New York. A project between keyboardist Dwight Brewster (of The Imperials) and percussionist Harold Sargent (of Wood, Brass & Steel fame) Dance Freak provides one finest moments in the entire catalog. A funky disco track with all the elements of a party anthem, itŠ—Ès no surprise itŠ—Ès been a favorite of veteran Deejays like Kenny Dope and Danny Krivit.
There are many reasons why this track is a must-have for Disco DJs. Outstanding percussions; check. Funky Guitar & Bass lines; check. Catchy chorus; check. Brass accents; very welcomed. Using a synth as a percussive instrument; incredible and most likely lifted from the Patrick Adams Handbook Š—“How to make a hit recordŠ—?.
There really isnŠ—Èt much more we can say here. We Š—“just wanna Dance with you...Š—?
A. Dance Freakξ
B. Dance Freak