Being that so many are copyright-infringing bootlegs, collections of “edits” don’t often get official releases, yet Tiger & Woods’ Through the Green gives the everyday shopper a rare look into this world of white labels and hypnotic loops. Don’t expect things to change much as the duo's edits are minimal beasts built from breakdowns and bridges, but if you’re in the mindset, this is chopped post-disco heaven with Prince, electro, new wave, and all things ‘80s swirling in the clean mix. A good place to start is the conga and fader epic called “Kissmetellme” or the up bit of sunshine funk dubbed “El Dickital.” Through the Green stands up on return visits, which deserves special mention coming from a genre so limited and small, so the curious can easily get bitten by the edits bug here before venturing further into this glittery disco underground.
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AllMusic Review by David Jeffries