Various ‎– Dave Pearce: The Dance Years: 1991

Inspired Recordings ‎– DAPDJ1991
The Dance Years – 1991
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-01 Rozalla Everybody's Free 3:57
1-02 The Prodigy Charly 5:23
1-03 Nomad (I Wanna Give You) Devotion 4:42
1-04 Shades Of Rhythm Sound Of Eden 3:00
1-05 SL2 DJ's Take Control 5:08
1-06 True Faith Feat. Bridget Grace With Final Cut Take Me Away 5:44
1-07 Carl Cox Vs Yousef I Want You (Forever) 5:58
1-08 Bizarre Inc Playing With Knives 3:14
1-09 Cubic 22 Night In Motion 5:15
1-10 Altern 8 Activ-8 5:34
1-11 T99 Anasthasia 4:36
1-12 Human Resource Dominator 4:58
2-01 Bassheads Is There Anybody Out There? 6:05
2-02 Alison Limerick Where Love Lives 6:07
2-03 Cola Boy 7 Ways To Love 4:25
2-04 Incognito & Jocelyn Brown Always There 3:32
2-05 K-Klass Rhythm Is A Mystery 5:28
2-06 Inner City Your Love (Serial Diva Paris Is Burning Club Mix)
Remix – Serial Diva
2-07 DSK What Would We Do 4:03
2-08 Jesus Loves You Generations Of Love 4:01
2-09 The Reese Project Direct Me (Joey Negro Mix)
Remix – Joey Negro
2-10 Kym Sims Too Blind To See It 5:05
2-11 N-Joi Anthem 4:18
2-12 Frankie Knuckles The Whistle Song 7:01



Welcome to CD four of the Dance Years. 1991 saw the launch of the UK's first "superclub" Ministry of Sound in south London, based on the legendary Paradise Garage in New York which was home to resident DJ and producer Larry Levan.

Those of us who had visited the Paradise Garage were always a bit sceptical that this was going to ever work, but not only did the Ministry flourish, it also launched the record labels and even a magazine over the years.

Kiss continued to grow and soon had over a million listeners. DJs were allowed to bring in their own records from home to play alongside the Kiss playlist. This provided a unique platform for up and coming producers and acts to get their music heard which was largely being ignored by Radio 1 and the rest of radio. I started promoting raves at the Astoria in London with Kiss. I'd DJ alongside Steve Jackson and artists like The Prodigy and Shades of Rhythm. The queues went all the way round Soho Square!

There were so many great records from labels like R@S Records in Belgium with Human Resource 'Dominator' through to UK artists like SL2, The Prodigy and Altern 8 - rave had arrived big time. Another one of my favourite years in dance.