The House Master Boyz* And The Rude Boy Of HouseHouse Nation

Label:Dance Mania – DM 003
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


AHouse Nation
B1Acca House
B2Track'n The House

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℗ & © 1986 Fairshake Music (BMI)
Distributed by Dancemania Records.

The label appears as "Dance Mania Records" on this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - etched): DM-003-A MASTERED BY TRUTONE -pa. 10.86
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - etched): DM-003-B MASTERED BY TRUTONE -pa 10.86
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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House Nation (7", 45 RPM, Single, Misprint, Stereo)Magnetic DanceMAGD 1UK1986
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House Nation (7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo)Magnetic DanceMAGD 1UK1986
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House Nation (Remix) (12", 45 RPM, Stereo)Magnetic DanceMAGDT 1RUK1987
House Nation (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)BCM Records14040Germany1987
House Nation (12", 45 RPM, Repress, Stereo)Magnetic DanceMAGDT 1UK1987



  • Richyboogaloo's avatar
    Only version i know and smashed the warehouses to pieces.
    • djsolomonalonzo's avatar
      This is definitely not the original version of this song. This version was stolen and release by Farley JMF AKA The Rude Boy and it sounds like trash compared to the original version.

      The original was produced by Nick "Non-stop" Nicholson and Kevin Jones on Trax Records but the version that was really sought after was the four track mix by DJ's in Chicago which wasn't released until recent years in limited quantity.
      • kingprawn65's avatar
        Already a big crossover to the pop chart hit in England as early as early 1987.
        • RobertDeLaGauthier's avatar
          Edited 19 years ago
          This ep, a classic anthem of this genre which I used 2 copies to work all version in a mix was defenetly one that stood out amongst all those other chicago track at that time when I started playing "House Music" at this legendary Montreal Gay club called "Le Garage" in 1986-87.

          It became an anthem especially in the way the lyrics calls for "house nation" inspiring the crowd being exposed to this new form of dance music, but also, was transported later on when the "house nation" as a crowd broke bigger, including ravers and clubbers, singing and identifying themselves being part of this HOUSE NATION.
          A truly great innovative and special record.
          • Nightbear's avatar
            Edited 19 years ago
            No doubt this is one of the best and biggest tracks ever to come out of Chitown! I remember when it was played in the "Vogue" club in Frankfurt right after it came out and then stayed for years. It was followed by several remixes and remakes each causing the original being played again...House used to be hypnotic, dark, rough and a bit dirty in those days aiming directly to people´s bellys (and below) without using x-rated lyrics.
            Strange that this masterpiece has a rating of only 4.6 here while many of the later released booty tracks on this label get better ratings easily...

            • Sinister's avatar
              Edited 19 years ago
              definitv the strongest track for the dance-floor. when i hear it first at the FRONT club in hamburg 1987 the people can´t stand still. nobody standing in the edge, everbody "take a march" and a step in another time! forward in a march and stepp direction for liberty for erverone! a simply bass, a word-stakato and a very hard and clear drum in a militäry-stile. after this track was published, a lot of people dress in a militäry-house-stile. the hou-hou-hou-hou-hou-housenation will forget this time.......and with this "forgetness", the liberty will go too.....


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