CER­RONE

Q (UK) - - Review | New Albums -

RED LIPS BE­CAUSE MU­SIC, OUT 2 DE­CEM­BER Eurodisco seigneur gets down with heavy friends.

Marc Cer­rone will be known for­ever for his 1977 dystopian disco classic Su­per­na­ture. His first LP in seven years, made with guests in­clud­ing Nile Rodgers, Aloe Blacc and Mersey voice Chel­cee Grimes, reaches for that same trans­port­ing dancefloor mo­ment, but finds ob­sta­cles along the way. The club-cal­i­brated neo-disco brings flavours of Thriller-era Michael Jack­son, Heat­wave and Daft Punk, with stand­outs in­clud­ing the Alexis Tay­lor-sung Steal Your Love and 2nd Chance, an Isaac Hayes-like sym­phony with beats from Tony Allen. But it must be said, things get headachey with the glit­ter ball box-tick­ing of Time Ma­chine and some of singer’s Keisza’s high notes on Ain’t No Party. There’s no doubt they’re here to carouse, but be­ware the hang­over. IAN HAR­RI­SON

Lis­ten To: Steal Your Love

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