Side A. Glottal Stomp
Glottal Stomp is a jackin' party breaks track, sitting on a housey breakbeat not unlike the styles of the Plumps themselves. Added to the mix is a bottom heavy bassline, a jazzy piano line and some clever hooks including a vocal sample that just doesn't stop grunting. It's Funk For Two Feet for 2003!
Side B. Foot Rocker
On the flip, Foot Rocker uses one of the nastiest and fartiest basslines I've ever heard on a breaks tune. More percussive than Glottal Stomp, Foot Rocker draws it's influence from Lee Coombs production, sitting somewhere between tribal, breaks and acid. The track starts with the basic element - breaks and bass, then brings in a old skool breakdown in the middle and builds up the towards the end - loading up the bassline with acid squelches. Premature to say at this point, but so far it is my favourite of the two - a mix between The Hum, Work Ya Body and Two Men On A Trip in some ways.