Various ‎– Jackmaster 5

Label:
Westside Records (2) ‎– ZCJACK 505, Westside Records (2) ‎– ZCJACK505
Series:
Jackmaster – 5
Format:
2 × Cassette, Compilation, Limited Edition
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A1 Poochiz* & DJ Stevie P Dope On The Mic
Featuring – Stacey G
3:23
A2 Soft Space Just Can't Get Enough 4:27
A3 Sledgehammer Get It Up 4:20
A4 M.T.S. (2) & RDTH A White Boy...A Mexican & An Engineer 4:45
A5 Dancer The 7 Signs 4:10
A6 Water Sign It's Hot 4:30
A7 George & Mike Uninhibited Desire 3:50
B1 Siren Love Hangover 4:20
B2 Frankie Knuckles Presents Marshall Jefferson Move Your Body (Jackmaster 90 Remix) 5:40
B3 Scamara Kisses Never Lie 5:58
B4 Humanoid The Deep 4:30
B5 Rum Runners Hey Now Hey Now 4:30
B6 Joeski (2) My English Lover 4:25
C1 Joe Smooth Promised Land 5:03
C2 DJ Fast Eddie, The* Jack 2 The Sound 5:03
C3 DJ Fast Eddie, The* Acid Thunder 5:20
C4 DJ Fast Eddie, The* Yo Yo Get Funky 5:02
C5 Adonis And The Endless Poker* The Poke 5:25
D1 Humanoid Stakker Humanoid 4:59
D2 DJ Fast Eddie, The* Hip House 4:24
D3 Sterling Void Runaway 6:39
D4 Peter Black How Far I Go 4:48
D5 Tyree* Hardcore Hip House 4:43

Notes

"23 Dance Tracks"
"13 Hot Import Or Unreleased"
"Limited Edition"
"After The Inital Double Cassette Stock Is Sold Out, Jackmaster Vol. 5 Will Become A Single Cassette With Only 13 Tracks (Sides A & B)"

Tracks C1 to D5 are bonus tracks, these do not feature on CD!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 015712 262948
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5015712262948

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JACKLP 505 Various Jackmaster 5(2xLP, Comp, Ltd) Westside Records (2) JACKLP 505 UK 1990 Sell This Version
CD JACK505 Various Jackmaster 5(CD, Comp) Westside Records (2) CD JACK505 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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Chris_G

Chris_G

September 4, 2008

Seems weird now looking back at this. Odd and a little sad to think that this was perhaps the last and one of the best House music compilations. Circling around House music at the time were Rave and Dance pop, and that classic, intelligent and innovative sound would soon be gone, incorporated piece by piece in to the new breeds of dance.

All the usual suspects are on here, getting recycled from years before, but a few tracks cropped up such as the 7 Signs which proved life was still in the house / acid house scene...