The D.J. Fast Eddie* ‎– Jack To The Sound

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D.J. International Records ‎– DJ# 1015
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A1 Acid Thunder
Lyrics By – Peter Black
4:30
A2 Hip House 4:24
A3 I Can Dance 5:00
A4 Let's Go 5:18
A5 Keep On Dancing 4:08
B1 Yo Yo Get Funky 5:00
B2 Can U Still Dance
Lyrics By – Peter Black
4:16
B3 Jack 2 The Sound 5:07
B4 Clap Your Hands 5:00
B5 Funk Makes You Move 4:08

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Recorded at Underground Studio, Chicago, IL.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): DJ 1015-A CA SS
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): DJ 1015-B CA SS
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 16) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
839 377-2 The DJ Fast Eddie* Jack To The Sound(CD, Album) Disques Dreyfus 839 377-2 France 1989 Sell This Version
CDART 902 The D.J. Fast Eddie* Jack To The Sound(CD, Album) Westside Records (2), D.J. International Records CDART 902 UK 1988 Sell This Version
BCM 33140 Fast Eddy* Jack To The Sound(LP, Album, Promo) BCM Records BCM 33140 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1988 Sell This Version
60140 Fast Eddie* Jack To The Sound(Cass, Album) BCM Records 60140 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
50140 Fast Eddie* Jack To The Sound(CD, Album) BCM Records, D.J. International Records 50140 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1988 Sell This Version

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skipervarg

skipervarg

August 14, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

Long before the Hague retro acid revival and when the current generation of cbs robots were still in their diapers, DJ Fast Eddie pioneered hip house and acid. This album still sounds so fresh and funky today.

The amazing thing about all this was that Fast Eddie, along with Joe Smooth and Rocky Jones, managed to inject enough soul and pop sensibility into the funky acid songs that they made an impact in cities and clubs across America where you would never have heard this kind of stuff played before. Acid Thunder would brush shoulders with Rick Astley (shudder!) and Blue Monday in the same DJ sets at clubs. Your average mainstream Joe got a chance to work that body to acid bubbles he had never heard before. Where/who can do that nowadays? DJ Fast Eddie - one subversive motherfucker.

Everything else still pales in comparison. Long live hip house and aceeeeeed!