Grey House* ‎– New Beats The House

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R & S Records ‎– RS 890016, R & S Records ‎– R.& S. 890016
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Vinyl, 12"
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A New Beats The House 5:18
B1 Move To The Groove (Hardhouse Version)
Scratches – D.J.Speedy J.*
6:22
B2 Move To The Groove (Pianopella)
Piano [Piano Breakdown] – John Verkroost
0:39

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"Foon Mastering" etched in vinyl on both sides.
Licenced From Hip Hop Records (Netherlands)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Hip Hop 1489, hiphop 1489 Grey House* Move To The Groove / New Beats The House(12") Hip Hop Records, Hip Hop Records Hip Hop 1489, hiphop 1489 Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version
Hip Hop 1489-1 Greyhouse Move To The Groove / New Beats The House(CD, Mini, Single) Hip Hop Records Hip Hop 1489-1 Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version
Hip Hop 86002-1 Greyhouse New Beats The House / Skip To This - The Remixes(12") Hip Hop Records Hip Hop 86002-1 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
HH 86002 Greyhouse New Beats The House(12") Hotsound Records HH 86002 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
DE-166 Greyhouse New Beats The House(12", EP) Dark Entries DE-166 US 2017 Sell This Version

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SergioCocco

SergioCocco

December 30, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
New Beats The House:'Annihilating Rhythm' is Grace Jones-sample from Slave to the Rhythm (actually the intro spoken by Ian Mc Shane):http://www.discogs.com/Grace-Jones-Slave-To-The-Rhythm/master/56303

BomberOne

BomberOne

April 26, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Renaat once again cleverly spotted a great track on the B-side of a release, and made it a killer on his own imprint R&S.
"New Beat The House" is still a classic, and was a revelation then : it mixes simply some Art Of Noise Samples with the famous synth line of Kraftwerk "It's More Fun to Compute", plus some extra vocal samples.
("Compression" from Frank De Wulf's B-sides, did the same thing, a few month later, without samples, but with the same powerfull result...)

It was one of those tracks that made people mad back in 1989, with its simplicity and "violence" : Hard Beat was the name, Future was the feeling.
Added to that, it is one of the very first appearance of Speedy J, credited here for scratchs !