|A||Rock This House||6:58|
|B||Rock This House (Dub Mix)||6:58|
- Bass –
- Keyboards –
- Producer – ,
- Written-By, Vocals, Drum Programming –
℗ + © 1986 Rhythm King Records in association with Mute Records Ltd.
- Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): LEFT 10T A1 MPO
- Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): LEFT 10T B1 MPO
|Rock The House (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)||Rhythm King||LEFT 10T||UK||1986|
|Rock This House (7")||Rhythm King||LEFT 10||UK||1986|
|Rock The House (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label, Unstamped, Company Sleeve)||Rhythm King||LEFT 10T||UK||1986|
|Rock This House (Cassette, Single, Promo)||Not On Label||none||UK||1986|
|Rock This House (12", 45 RPM)||TVT Records||TVT 4010||US||1987|
- Borrows from "Heavy Vibes" by Vince Montana Orchestra. Dope cut
- Possibly the first UK produced House record.... :-D
- Edited 15 years agoOk you have this new sound from Chicago called house.
Play the dub mix of Hotline - "Rock this house" next to any US Trax artist and you would believe it came from the other side of the Atlantic!
But no....Huddersfield instead!
From the opening sounds of the DX sounding bass line to the claps the hats the cowbells , rim shots , triangles and the electronic pitched harp sweeps...
This has one funky journey in the form of a black round plastic disc!
I Bought this in Bluebird in London in the mid 80s after reading a review in a magazine which they described the track as a "soulful groovy number"!!!
Hmmmm ...Just like house music set out to be!
If you like the sound of Larry Heard or Marshall Jefferson's early work your gonna love this one!