DJ Sneak ‎– Buggin' Da Beats

Label:
Moonshine Music ‎– mm 80067-2
Format:
CD, Mixed
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

1a Groove Box Casio's Theme 3:59
1b Vince Ailey The Ride (Accapella)
2 Johnny Fiasco Sunrise 4:07
3 Manhattan People Strong Enough 3:53
4 Kerri Chandler It's You (Kaoz 6:23 Club Mix) 4:47
5 Juice & Co.* Stress Free 4:47
6 Tranquil Elephantizer Zombie Dawn (J & J's Remix)
Remix – John Acquaviva, John James
4:50
7 Stephanie Cooke Holding On To Your Love (Mood II Swing Dub)
Remix – Mood II Swing
5:57
8 The Republic Earthshaker 4:42
9 Essentials Gimme Some Horns 4:49
10 Special Agents Kindred Spirits 5:51
11 Roach Motel Present 2 Stupid Dogz Trouble
Presenter – Roach Motel
6:36
12 Global Communications* The Way (Secret Ingredients Mix)
Remix – Secret Ingredients
5:43
13 Dark Ages Talk 4:24
14 DJ Sneak Special K 3:30
15 Cricco Castelli Life Is Changing 4:29

Credits

Notes

The case lists 16 titles. However "The Ride" and "Casio's Theme" were both mixed in title 1 which makes it 15 technical titles on the CD.

Remix credits were not mentioned on the cover for tracks #6, #7 and #12.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 85688 00672 7

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MM 80067-2 DJ Sneak Buggin' Da Beats(CD, Mixed, Comp, Promo) Moonshine Music MM 80067-2 US 1997 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 4 Reviews

Add Review

dmp

dmp

November 21, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

The entire tracklisting is shifted by one title on the CD cover. The mix actually starts off with "Casio's Theme" on title 1 and has only the accapella of Vince Ailey's "The Ride" mixed in during the intro beats. It then continues with Johnny Fiasco on title 2 and so on. In the last minute of "Life Is Changing" you can hear "Azymuth - Jazz Carnival (Space Jazz Mix)" being mixed in, followed by a fade-out to end the mix. That track is not credited on the cover and makes it effectively 17 tracks in total on this CD. To me it looks like the entire mix was taken from a live recording (mix tape?) which might also explain the rather low sound levels.
However the selection is quite good and reflects some of the hottest club house tunes in 1996. And yes, that Manhattan Project track is quite a mystery as there doesn't seem to be a corresponding release here on Discogs. Either it was titled wrongly or it has never been released and was only available as a promo. I guess only DJ Sneak knows.
Fxjuniors

Fxjuniors

March 27, 2014

Manhattan People - Strong Enough ....ID for this rec ?? definitive a mystery !!
Dedalus

Dedalus

June 2, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
Infectious, clever house riffed through with funk beats and jazzy trills. Guaranteed head-bobbing. As close to a live club session with DJ Sneak as you can get on your own stereo. His own track, "Special K," is just made to get happy to!