|Hot off the heals of the Core series reissue of "I Feel The Rhythm," slow to speak offers its latest edition of Prescription family represses: Glenn Underground's "Mighty Real Groove." Released under his early moniker, C.V.O, "Mighty Real Groove" beats into even the most stubborn ears the truth of Trent & co.'s collective of hand-picked mid-west talent. The 1995 masterpiece is a devastating, pulverizing party-rocker that utilizes the used and abused Sylvester sample so typical of the disco era and re-cultivates its simple universality in a way that avoids the cliches of disco's expired optimism. Add the smart chord progression and one of the most un-subtle, chest-reverberating, entrails-twisting, Thor-hammering bass lines ever to grace a deep house record and you have "Mighty Real Groove": a party jam that still wields the musical elegance and warmth of the Prescription catalog. Hammered to death by Theo Parrish & so many more, this time-tested C.V.O classic has signed up for a second tour of duty, spreading the true underground gospel to those unbelievers who still dwell in the mansion of shadow and despair.