Various ‎– High In A Basement

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Heavenly ‎– HVNLP 14CD
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1 Idjut Boys & Laj A Full Length
Engineer – Raj*Producer – Idjut Boys
6:25
2 Faze Action Original Disco Motion
Engineer, Congas – B. Mitchell*Guitar – W. Kingswood*Producer, Arranged By – S. Lee*Producer, Arranged By, Keyboards, Piano [Rhodes], Bass – R. Lee*
4:50
3 Paper Music Issue One* Downtime
Producer, Arranged By – Eastwick*, Hollway*Producer, Arranged By, Engineer – Si Brad*
5:51
4 A Man Called Adam ¿Que Tal America? (Barrio Blues Mix)
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Sally Rodgers, Steve Jones (3)
6:41
5 Reel Howze* Feel The Warmth (The Unreel Dub)
Producer – DJ D*, Roberto Mello*
7:02
6 Century Falls Chrystal Wave
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Crispin J. Glover
5:04
7 DiY Rump Funk (Fusion Mix)
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer [Additional Production] – Steve WalkerProducer – Digs, Woosh & Mr Ski
6:13
8 House Of Wacks My Sisters Daughter
Producer – Roberto Mello*, Zaki "Hot Pink" Dee*
3:46
9 Tranquil Elephantizer Zombie Dawn
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Alexi Worrall*, Kaspar Kedros*, DJ Shakra, Darrius Kedros*
3:56
10 4 AM* Jazz The Sea Turtle
Producer – Andy Carrick, Kevin McKay
2:53
11 A Man Called Adam Jihad (The Sensory Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Mixed By – Sensory ProductionsProducer, Arranged By – Eddie Parker, Sally Rodgers, Steve Jones (3)
4:30
12 Big C The Dawn (The DIY Golden Section Mix)
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer [Additional Production] – Steve WalkerProducer – Big CProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Digs, Woosh & Mr Ski
5:24
13 Idjut Boys & Laj Jazz Fuk
Engineer – Raj*Keyboards – Duncan MillerProducer – Idjut Boys
7:22
14 Faze Action In The Trees
Cello – T. Kuhels*Engineer, Bass, Congos, Keyboards – B. Mitchell*Producer, Arranged By – R. Lee*, S. Lee*
6:17

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Subtitled: "Sounds from the UK underground: U-Star, Other, Nuphonic, Paper, Matrix, Luxury Service, Musique Tropique & Strictly 4 Groovers"

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TheUndertaker

TheUndertaker

May 17, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
This curious release on Heavenly Recordings in 1996 certainly has some dated tracks by today’s standards and it’s title, judging by the picture - High In A Basement - must be a play on words, that said there are some classic tracks with Rump Funk’s (Fusion Mix) and Jazz The Sea Turtle on this mixed compilation, which from the time, clearly gives you an idea of the shape of underground dance music to come. The Dawn (The DIY Golden Section Mix) does it for me though. It's a weirdly mixed compilation with simple fades between most of the tracks, by someone i've no doubt high in a basement somewhere in Camden. Generally though, this compilation gets better from beginning to end, but i wonder how it'll sound after the next 10 years.