808 State Single Review: Let Yourself Go 808 State: Let Yourself Go
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808 State Single Review: 808 State - Let Yourself Go NME
7th January 1989
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808 State
Let Yourself Go

On the British side, Acid has given homegrown dance music a new lease of life and State 808 get to grips with the laurels heaped upon them by releasing 'Let Yourself Go' (State 003) which easily covers their tracks but doesn't fully match up to the ethereal, self-fitted debut from Garden Of Eden ( Pepper Records) which in terms of structure and ideas has its own innate style with which to propel it forward to the future but probably not the charts, as it mentions that dreaded seven letter word – Ecstasy.

[Reviewer: PH The Magnificent]