VariousHouse Party VI - The Ultimate Megamix Part VI

Label:Arcade – 01.8460.6, Arcade – 01 8460 6
Series:House Party (5) – VI
CD, Mixed
Style:Happy Hardcore, House, Gabber, Techno, Euro House, Trance, Hardcore, Acid


1TCMI Can Hear Your Heartbeat
2Capella*U Got 2 Know (A La Carte Paris Mix)1:23
3GlamHell's Party (Remix)1:50
4Deborah Wilson(Got To Be) Free (Exposure Mix)
6OhmTribal Tone (Mo' Better Grooves Mix)1:36
7KatanaSexual Intimidation2:19
8Exposure & DJ PhilippeParty Claps2:16
9Immaginazione 2*La Musica Del Futuro1:35
10RamirezTerapia (DJ Ricci Mix)
RemixDJ Ricci
11InteractiveAmok (Dancefloor Massacre)1:08
12Dance 2 TrancePower Of American Natives (Instrumental Edit)2:35
14Any Question*Living On Fantasy (Resurrection Mix)1:54
15Hilander*Stop Suicide2:11
16CJ BollandMantra2:08
17TCMHyper Sleep
19Robin S*Show Me Love3:13
20Eskimos & EgyptFall From Grace1:37
21Alex PartySunday Night Party1:46
23Remy & SvenPiano Power1:45
24The Ultimate SeductionOpen Sesame0:59
25DJ CaligulaPiano Junkie1:20
26Maurizio BraccagniMegamix Maranza1:22
27Suburban KnightThe Art Of Stalking1:14
28Dye Witness*What Would You Like To Hear Again?2:29
29Joe InfernoHysteria0:53
30Maurizio BraccagniBass Solution0:39
31RexanthonyFor You Marlene1:27
32DJ HooliganB.O.T.T.R.O.P.1:16
33D & FBuzz Click (Mega Buzz)1:13
34WaxattackShow Me Your Ye Ye Yeah1:25
35Hard AttackBonehead1:05
36Bisart*Wrong Is Right (Remix)1:20
37Kird Snero II*White Line1:31
38Final AnalyzisEl Punto Final (Power Mix)1:17
39Frankie BonesShow Them We Can Do This1:37
40Hocus PocusHere's Johnny (Bam Bam Bam)2:48
41Seattle All StarsGrunge (Let Yourself Go)0:46
42Knight PhantomBasic Terror1:43
43Charly LownoiseA Whole Lot Of Lownoise1:59
44TCMThe Man Who Did This
45Charly Lownoise & Mental TheoMotherfuck2:20

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Release name also appears on release as "Houseparty VI The Ultimate Megamix Part 6"

(P)+(C) 1993 Arcade Benelux BV
Total time of the CD = 77:09
Track 2 is listed as "Capella - U Got To Know"
Track 3 doesn't have the remix listed
Track 4 doesn't have the mix listed
Track 6 doesn't have the mix listed
Track 8 is incorrectly listed as "Desola"
Track 10 doesn't have the mix listed
Track 11 doesn't have the right version listed
Track 12 doesn't have the right version listed
Track 14 doesn't have the mix listed
Track 22's artist is listed as "Fluxland EP"
Track 24 was reconstructed for this release by The Ultimate Seduction.
Track 26's artist is erronously listed as "Brainstorm", with track tittle "Tribal Techno"
Track 29 is listed as "Joe Inferno - Histeria"
Track 33 is listed as "D & F - Buzz Click"
Track 36 doesn't have doesn't have the mix listed
Track 38 doesn't have the mix listed
Track 39's number is listed as "We Can Do This"
Track 40 is erronously listed as "Hocus Pocus - Here's Johnny"
Track 41 is listed as "Grunge - Let Yourself Go"
Track 42 is listed as "Knight Phantom - Worldwide Phantom"
Track 45 is incorrectly listed as "Loempia EP - Motherfuck"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 8712687846063
  • Barcode (Text): 8 712687 846063
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS H-0471/018460.6 A1
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Va De... Techno II (CD, Mixed)Arcade España S.A.3200072Spain1993
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House Party VI (Cassette, Mixed)Arcade01 8460 4Netherlands1993
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Va De... Techno II (Cassette, Mixed)Arcade España S.A.3200074Spain1993
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Va De... Techno II (2×LP, Mixed)Arcade3200071Spain1993
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House Party VI - The Ultimate Megamix Part VI (CD, Mixed)Arcade302069France1993


  • GoodNF's avatar
    When the first House Party mix was made in 1991, there was just one moniker: house. The music was what rock 'n roll was in the 1950s: rebellion against the establishment. House was straight into your body four to the floor music with maximum energy and little melody to it. This type of music, which can be heard on the first two or three volumes, became more and more diverse. It began with just early nineties rave (T99, L.A. Style etc.), then came Deephouse, Garage House, Euro House, Techno House, Gabber House, Breakbeat House... at a certain moment, all these styles had a following of their own, and people were no longer into each other's music.

    As such, House Party VI is a product of its time, and the last time all these styles can be heard together. The mix starts with Euro beats (Cappella), Italo-hardcore (Ramirez) and early trance (Dance 2 Trance), breaks down to club (Robin S., Alex Party), then switching to hardcore and a funny joke at the very end.

    After this release, Arcade released club and hardcore mixes on separate CDs. But even more so, people went on to identify their preferred dance sounds by the deejays that were playing it. We see the rising popularity of the Static/Spiritual Tracks albums, the iT albums, the Fresh Fruit cocktails, first / second third Works, the list goes on and on (and I have not named the hardcore mix albums yet).
    • DJGiant's avatar
      Indeed, Houseparty 1 - 5 were a class of there own. 1, 2, 4 and 5 beeing the best of them. 6 was (as MBeute puts it) the ending of an era in which cd's were a combination of mellow/club and hardcore. After this one U made a choice: Am I hardcore of mellow? I chose to be both, but it is true that hardcore came in first. After a few years I tried the mellow-editions and they were great! Recently I saw a new houseparty cd...wondering what its like?!
      • spacedust's avatar
        Edited 16 years ago
        This cd is absolutely fantastic. The whole megamix is good, but it was the second half of the cd that made the difference. I remember this was 1993 and I was wondering what the hell happened to the 91/92 rave style. House Party 6 brought the answer, and introduced me to the new hardcore scene that was emerging in Holland. From that moment on, i became interested in the hardcore style, but never again was ever made a megamix as good as this one.
        • Mbeute's avatar
          This part of the House Party series combined "mellow" and "hardcore" for the second time. Part five only had two songs of hardcore, divided by an intermezzo. On this record there is a very good integration of the two styles present. But it was also the last, because Arcade saw the light and divided the next edition into two cd`s. one mellow and one hardcore. This choice was, in my eyes, against the spirit of house music. It placed the buyer for a choice, am I hardcore? or mellow? It would have been a nice statement if Arcade continued the series in one style, with both elements of hardcore and mellow. But what`s done is done.. I consider part 6 to be pretty good, but Buzz Fuzz and M. Theo were clearly not able to catch the "spirit" of the first 5 parts, easily recognisable in the style of the guys from TCM.
          #45 (ramon roelofs) is actually called Loempia EP.



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