KY Jelly Babies ‎– Access Denied

Not On Label ‎– ACC 247
Vinyl, 12", White Label


A Access Denied


Hardhouse rip-off of the classic Access by DJ Misjah & DJ Tim.


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September 24, 2017

Huge track that really use to get the dance floor rocking.
Driving beats - tough acid stab and loops, that just seems to keep building & building until the breakdown, which drops everything out but a high pitched string, then slowly the track builds back up again. Fantastic track one of my favorite harder tracks.


July 7, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

16 years on, this is still one of my favourite tunes of its kind, and must surely be one of the strongest contenders for the "best hard house tune ever" crown. This one was played at just about every decent hard house/hard trance night in London between summer 1999 and well into the new millennium, yet I never got fed up of it.

It's rare that a remix, several years on, can match or possibly even exceed the standard of an original classic, but this is one of those rare tunes. I loved the original, and will never forget the time I first heard it in a club way back in 1995.

For me, this one is all about in the main room at PLUR at the Drome, London (later known as SE1) - I was going to be playing elsewhere in the venue later, but shortly before I was due to take to the stage, Niall dropped this one. Combined with the utterly awesome soundsystem used in that particular room, the place just erupted. If I had died at that point, it would have been a perfect way to go out.

As it is, I'm still here (some would probably say "unfortunately", lol), but moments like those just can't be forgotten. This one still gives me that "coming up on a good one" feeling even now. Why don't they make them like this any more...


May 20, 2014

This track is truly worthy of its high rating. A must have for the collection of any fan of hard dance.


July 11, 2008

Access denied is a hard dance bootleg rip off of the classic - Access by DJ Misjah & DJ Tim. It later got picked up as an Official Remix on a Tripoli Trax re-issue in 2000. It contains samples throughout of "Keep Rockin", the hard house classic by Kitty Lips. This track fills the dancefloor and is consistent to the end. The remix is actually by BK but goes by the name KY Jelly Babies. You can listen to this track on YouTube.