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Pleasure ZoneFuck Charley

Label:Trax Records – TX 147
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House

Tracklist

A1Fuck Charley
ProducerTownsell*, Stover*
Written ByK.Jones J.Anderson
Written-ByJ.Anderson*, K.Jones*
5:37
A2House Nation
ProducerTownsell*, Stover*
Written ByK.Jones I.Nicholson
Written-ByI.Nicholson*, K.Jones*
5:56
B1Jana
ProducerTownswell*, Stover*
Written ByK.Jones J.Anderson
Written-ByJ.Anderson*, K.Jones*
5:36
B2Hold These Nuts
ProducerTownswell*, Stover*
Written ByK.Jones J.Anderson
Written-ByJ.Anderson*, K.Jones*
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Credits

  • Mastered ByBP*

Notes

Sanlar Publ. BMI
C P 1987
Distributed by Precision Records 932 W 38 Place Chicago IL. 60609

No duration given for track B2.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): TX 147 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): TX 147 B
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Etched): TX- 147-A 'BP'
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Etched): TX 147-B 'BP'

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magic.juan75's avatar
magic.juan75
Edited 8 months ago
Interesting release that is making a not so subtle jab at Chicago's own Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk. Looking at the credits it looks like Irving Nicholson aka Nick "Non-Stop" was involved in the making of this record. Not surprising as Nick was the original creator of both House Nation & Jack My Body - tracks that were "jacked" (so to speak) by Farley and released as his own creations (see Dance Mania releases DM003 & DM005). Nick's version of Jack My Body eventually saw a release on SRO Records (see catalog. no. 750187), but, much like this particular release of House Nation on Trax, is different from the original version.

Nick's original versions of House Nation & Jack My Body were eventually pressed in 2010 on KStarke Records (see catalag no. KR003). Audio wise they are a bit rough as they were originally recorded and only available on tape/reel-to-reel. This is evident in the lo-fi sound heard on these pressings. I am just glad that these versions finally received a proper release after hearing them exclusively in mixtapes and in the clubs for so many years. Own a piece of Chicago House history and pick up on sight.