Delusions Of Grandeur ‎– Touch Me In The Night

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City Limits ‎– CL 3001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Touch Me In The Night (Frankie Bones Brooklyn Mix)
Mixed By – Frankie "Bones"*
5:50
A2 Touch Me In The Night (Ray Rays Breakdown) 4:13
B1 Touch Me In The Night (Ray Ray's Long Island Club Mix) 5:35
B2 Touch Me In The Night (Gangsters Of Freestyle Remix)
Mixed By – Frankie "Bones"*, Lenny DeeRemix – The Gangsters Of Freestyle
5:15

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Produced for Bonesbreak Productions.
Programmed & engineered at NCP.

(C)(P) 1990 City Limits
Distributed by NCP.

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bebopalula1957

bebopalula1957

March 18, 2013
i first heard this tune in a Acid house club in Charing Cross Rd, this was just before the Acid scene became blown out of proportion by the newspapers of the time.Great tune and it was very popular at the time.
djfrankiebones

djfrankiebones

February 2, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Based on TEKNONUTTER's review below, this track was a melting pot of style. That was the thing about all the artists in the network of NuGroove Records/Fourth Floor Records circa 1990/1991. We all had free reign to experiment and the artist name I chose because I actually was feeling like the track itself was delusional. It did not want to follow a traditional House formula. It wanted to be Freestyle, House, Techno and Rave all at once, and it was unforgiving and relentless. It made sense on Pirate radio. Not made for a video or heavy airplay. But the truth of this sound really was specific: Made for Warehouses on makeshift sound sytems. When applied in this context, you could not get anything better.

TEKNONUTTER

TEKNONUTTER

January 5, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This can't be pigeon-holed as just 'house' because it's full of influences, from breaks/NY freestyle, detroit techno, electro, & house. This was caned here in the UK from 1990 to 1991 in every rave & underground club I visited, and received lots of airplay by many a pirate station. This was the sound of the warehouse rave which remained a firm favourite for many DJs who appreciated the sounds that were coming from New York.