DJ's Rule ‎– Serious EP Vol.-1

Hi-Bias Records ‎– HB-001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP


A1 Get Into The Music 5:25
A2 In Deep 5:45
B1 That's It 7:10
B2 Makes Me Feel Sexy 5:35

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Track A1 samples:
Vocal from Quincy Jones - Listen Up

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August 2, 2016
edited 6 months ago
A great EP from DJ's Rule which is very overlooked for sure. Four strong tracks which were belted around by most of the DJ's at the time. Get Into The Music is a nice vocal track with a decent bassline, Makes Me Feel Sexy is a piano roller, That's It is a light house piece with strings + chords. In Deep is a cool example of deep house... I played In Deep in a few clubs and people would check out the booth to see what was playing! A friend of mine remembers the club crowd reaction well - folks getting down! Bargain price on Discogs too.


June 16, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

A classic house EP, which never gets the deserved credit due,top tracks from the upfront killer " Get into the Music " to the Balearic bliss of " In deep " Along with Big Shot and Strobe Records, Hi-Bias Records is a seriously under rated label of quality Canadian house.


September 4, 2011
the uk raver version that is on you tube definitelt is not the original,it is shit, the original is not. Mockneywanker is spot on.


March 1, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
Absolute stone cold 1990 classic from unsung house hero Nick Fiorucci, who also, under his Landlord guise, produced the seminal 'I Like It'. All 4 tracks on here are real gems, led by the anthem that is 'Get Into The Music' - one of the best house bargains on Discogs - good to see that dodgy bootleg version has been taken off the videos as well !


January 13, 2003

The first release on Hi-Bias records and a truly magnificent one at that. Every track from the vocally driven "Get Into The Music" through to the beautifully orchestrated "In Deep" with its floaty backing synths and deep grooves.
This is one of a very few records that caused me to go out of my way in order to ask a DJ,whilst in mid-set what it was he was playing. A great EP.