Laurent X ‎– It's Magic

House Nation Records ‎– HN 89064
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 It's Magic (Hip Clubhouse Mix) 5:22
A2 It's Magic (Hip Garage Mix) 4:37
B1 It's Magic (Underground Mix) 5:34
B2 It's Magic (Funkstramental) 4:04
B3 It's Magic (Clubhouse II) 5:05

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Samples 'Dreaming' by Loleatta Holloway, 'Let No Man Put Asunder' by First Choice and 'Peaches And Prunes' by Nightlife Unlimited.

℗ 1989 Mark Imperial Music BMI
House Nation / Subculture Records
Ian The Cat fax number listed on label-- (203) 582-3768

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  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): HN 89064 A I - I F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): HN 89064 B I - I F/W
  • Barcode (Runout Etching Each Side): SRC
  • Rights Society: BMI

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September 15, 2017
Mr Lee Haggard on vox...Pump it up pump it up!


June 30, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
I'm still waiting to hear this on a big system but I have no doubt, (as jason.power says earlier) that "no dance floor can resist this track, crank the gain 'n see it go off. Genius....". One of my fave pirate radio tracks and was absolutely chuffed when I finally IDed it. It's pure jack n groove.


January 27, 2017
No dance floor can resist this track, crank the gain 'n see it go off. Genius....


January 20, 2016
Wicked tune! If you are like me, you'll be asking yourself "What the hell are the samples?": Nightlife Limited - Peaches & Prunes (Ron Hardy), First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder, Loleatta Holloway - Dreamin, Sterling Void - It's all right.

However, the sample I'm after is audible right from the beginning (clearer on the funkstramental mix) under the Loleatta "Whoops"'s a funk track with guitar licks. I've been after it for years you can also here the same sample on a track by Transphonic - Jungle Tech, at about 20 seconds in. Please....Help!!!!

June 6, 2011
Although I love Hip-House,the funktramental is the way to go on this,the rap realy dates it like a lot of other Hip-house tunes from this period,the dub is just a brilliant bit of truely funky House,still play it today.Great


June 12, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
A fine fine track following his Machines stormer. Hitting on the Hip-house tip, the rap is by far better delivered than most of the so-called stars of today - a flowing, catchy hook that runs throughout and he ultimately states: "another man on the move and not a new Jack"'s a tune of it's era - and should be one of the best in your collections...


April 25, 2002

This tune is not bad although it's not what you expect after hearing the Machines EP. It is a rapping/house tune that actually sounds quite good and is similar to a few US house tunes around that time (i.e. rapping, sirens etc..).