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Customer Reviews

A Real Classic

This album brings back great memories. It has such a rich, multi-textured sound at the same time as having some classis dance tunes (Little Bullet, Land of Oz), it really does stand up to listening too as a whole album as you get the change of pace of gentler, but better than just filler tracks like Orange Cloured Liquid. It really does take you deeper into a Spooky world with the bonus of the Schmoo Underworld remix at the end.

Classic progressive dance from before it went all bad

Spooky were just one of a catalogue of great artists who emerged from William Orbit's fantastic Guerilla label in the early nineties, alongside React to Rythm, D.O.P and Supereal, who changed dance music with their spaced-out progressive sound. Gargantuan was suitably named, The classics 'Land of Oz' and 'Schmoo' to the funky, breathy 'Something's got to Give' may have rocked the clubs but Spooky were also working with material which was from an altogether ethereal world. 'Aqualung' and the trippy 'Let Go' will take you to a trance-like state you'll be sorry to come out of while elsewhere on the album there's the manic monkey funk of 'Don't Panic'. But the highpoint is the sublime 'Little Bullet Part 1', a slice of sonic serenity with its sweeping layers of pure pleasure and spine-tingling melody - the only tracks that have ever come close to the ecstasy-rush of 'Little Bullet' are Spooky's own remix of William Orbit's 'Water from a Vine Leaf' and their version of 'Persuasion' with Billie Ray Martin. In summary, eclectic, intelligent, ground-breaking, genre-busting and beautiful, this is the essential album of the nineties, and without doubt the best album in my huge CD collection. And it's great to see this album repackaged with the High Velocity Mix of Little Bullet too. Any chance of releasing the Spooky mix of 'Water from a Vine Leaf'? Go on.

One of the most influential dance albums ever

Between Rhythmn & Stealth from Leftfield and Gargantuan by Spooky you have two albums that pretty much created the genre. A must have for anyone's collection


Formed: 1990 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Not to be confused with the New York DJ/producer of the same name, London-based duo Spooky consists of Duncan Forbes and Charlie May, who began recording for William Orbit's Guerilla label in the early '90s after Orbit discovered the pair in a record shop. Best known for providing one of the first big blasts in the London progressive house movement, Spooky's debut, Gargantuan, is an enduring classic of the style, fusing thick analog production with deep, melodic house phrasing and sturdy rhythms....
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