Diddy* & Felix Da Housecat ‎– Jack U vs. I'll House You

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A Jack U vs. I'll House You
Co-producer [Additional] – Dave The HustlerMixed By – Dave The Hustler, Felix Da Housecat, Diddy*
6:35
B Jack U vs. I'll House You (DJ Hell Mix)
Remix – DJ Hell*
7:55

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instant_enlightment

instant_enlightment

July 16, 2015
Felix Da Housecat and Diddy get too serious here, its a missile, really.
JACK MUSIC ALL NIGHT LONG
deejsasqui

deejsasqui

August 25, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

If you've just picked this up, or are thinking of listening to it, play the Hell mix first. It's a serious piece of work, very much in DJ Hell's vein of work. Deep beats, lighter electronics overlaid (sounding very much like Kraftwerk at moments), and of course Diddy taking vocals.

" 'Cause what I'm talking about is like, a lot of motherfuckers be on definitions and shit, when I was thinkin' about doing this whole album motherfuckers be on some, was I on some techno, on some electron - electroclash, on some motherfuckin' acid, I just know good music, man. I just want to hear some shit that's good music. I just want get moved. I just want to listen to something I can fuck to. Something I could, you know, rob a motherfuckin' bank to. Something I could, you know, get married to. Somethin' I could, just some good motherfuckin' music." - Diddy's intro says it all. Felix Da Housecat's original mix tops DJ Hell's mix completely. Instead of flowing into your set, this would steal it. Building from a grimy intro and Diddy shouting "Jack music all night long!" in something of desperation. He relaxes for the other vocals of this track, but his rebel yell of the dance floor takes a hold of you. The track keeps building and Felix keeps it "fucked up sounding."

Maybe this would get worn thin being played night after night, but this is great set of tracks. Jack music all night long!