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posted a comment on Ghost Town DJ's - My Boo. over 2 years ago
Never heard this song before the 'Running Man Challenge' fad, but I must say this track is HOT. An awesome slice of 90s R&B/house/hip-hop hybrid. Think some of the stuff Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson were cutting around the time. Smooth synths alongside ... See full review
posted a comment on The Brand New Heavies - Brother Sister. over 2 years ago
The UK Mix of this album is far superior to the US Mix. Just listen to the track "Dream On Dreamer" and compare to the two albums. It's like night and day. This disco stomper on the UK album features an awesome string section, punchy horns, funky guitar, ... See full review
posted a review of Oattes Van Schaik Formerly The Limit (2) - The Limit. over 2 years ago
Fantastic album! I only got to know some of the cuts on this awesome album by The Limit through Futurefunk samples. But there are some really awesome, solid 80 electro-funk tunes on here. This album really slices the crossover space between 80s Nu-Wave ... See full review
posted a comment on First Choice / Chic - The Player / I Want Your Love. over 4 years ago
This remix of The Player by JohNick is a underlooked gem. First heard it in the Daft Punk Essential's done from the original multitracks so it's not just some white label bootleg cut up or anything like that. Love the congas and the the girls ... See full review
posted a comment on Jocelyn Allen. over 4 years ago
According to an interview on discodisco, this is actually Jocelyn Brown but credited under the name Jocelyn Allen for some unknown reason to Jocelyn herself.
posted a comment on Ellis "D"* - My Loleatta. over 4 years ago
Why is Dan Hartman credited as a writer on this record?
posted a comment on DJ Meme Orchestra* Feat Tracey K* - Love Is You. over 4 years ago
This is a fantastic house version of the original by Carol Williams! DJ Meme and Tracey K knock it out of the park on this one.
posted a comment on Two Tons Of Fun* - Do You Wanna Boogie. over 4 years ago
This is really just a magnificent song, I don't know how the original by Two Tons Of Fun wasn't a hit when it was released in the first place. But the underground scene knows what music is actually really good, and BBE picked a gem to re-edit when they ... See full review
posted a comment on Al Downing - I'll Be Holding On. over 4 years ago
I think I read in one interview that the acetates for this track were actually first cut on 10" then 12".
posted a comment on Yoko Ono. over 4 years ago
One of the worst voices ever be on a pop record. The only hit she ever came close to having was "Walking on Thin Ice" because Larry Levan and Frankie Knuckles used to spin the record back in the day.
posted a comment on Various - Acapella Anonymous Vol. #2. over 4 years ago
Almost without a doubt the record that Alan Braxe & Fred Falke sampled for "Intro" which contains a looped sample of The Jets - Crush On You found in the same form as this record. Good stuff.
posted a comment on Various - Philadelphia International Records The 40th Anniversary Box Set. over 4 years ago
Great box set...pretty much every Philly International track a guy could want and then some. I love, love, love this record label. The sound cannot be beat. Though a few other tracks I am missing not on this set that I would had loved to see:

The O'Jays ... See full review
posted a comment on Romanthony W/ The Trojan Horse - Da' Change / Hold On. over 4 years ago
Yeah okay man, Romanthony's sound was very raw but this pressing is absolute crap! Most of his other records do not sound this bad, Da Change is particularly terrible in terms of mastering. Excellent tune, but you can't play this on a dance floor in ... See full review
posted a comment on Romanthony - The Wanderer. over 4 years ago
Does this repressing sound any better than the original pressing?
posted a comment on The Brand New Heavies - Elephantitis - The Funk And House Remixes 2. over 4 years ago
This is simply untrue, as the first few tracks on Disc 2 were definitely released before 1997, as was the Heavies Edit of Dream Come True 92.
posted a comment on Frankie Knuckles - The Whistle Song Revisited. over 4 years ago
Interesting, sounds a lot like the Director's Cut Revisited version but not quite exactly like it, especially the intro and beat are different, guess they reissued it under the Director's Cut name for branding and exposure? Regardless, good tune.
posted a comment on Nightcrawlers - Push The Feeling On. over 5 years ago
I must say, the original mix of this tune is quite underrated early-90s house. That Frankie Knuckles-esque piano going on is solid, I dig this tune. The MK dub is quite good as well, but the original gets no love.
posted a comment on Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You (DJ Sneak Remixes). over 5 years ago
That sounds like it could be the Bob Sinclar remix of Music Sounds Better With You.
posted a comment on Selected Works - Uncle Sam (Remixes). over 6 years ago
Samples Chic - I Want Your Love
posted a comment on Mr. Mike - Lets Do It Again. over 6 years ago
Anyone know if one of the mixes on this white label release is the one with the sample from Quincy Jones - Betcha' Wouldn't Hurt Me?
posted a comment on Eric Tagg - Dreamwalkin'. over 6 years ago
Such a fantastic album from Eric Tagg produced by Lee Ritenour. Picked up right where "Rit" left off by Lee Ritenour! The true successor, compared to the lackluster Rit/2! I agree with the previous poster, not a bad track on this album...with the ... See full review
posted a comment on Daryl Hall & John Oates - No Goodbyes. over 7 years ago
Decent Pre-RCA Hall & Oates Collection, though a couple of their best songs from the time period are here. The biggest hitters are here, with She's Gone, Las Vegas Turnaround, and When The Morning Comes. Three new tunes in Love You Like A Brother (Which ... See full review
posted a comment on Nilesh Patel. over 7 years ago
Mastered so many house classics...RIP.
posted a comment on Change - Greatest Hits. over 7 years ago
Unfortunately Change's first Greatest Hits album is a bit of a clunker. Aside from having a lack of tracks in general, it misses out on some of the best tracks and puts some questionable choices in their places. Searching, The Glove of Love, Change of ... See full review
posted a review of Kavinsky - Blazer. over 7 years ago
Kavinsky's best four tracks, all on one EP! If you want to save some money and DJ with his tunes, go with these four. All great for the dance floor, all nice and lengthy. All killer, no filler here! There's the awesome Testarossa Autodrive from his Teddy ... See full review
posted a comment on Menace & Adam Are The Heartbreakers - Heartbreaker. over 8 years ago
This track samples Stevie Nicks - Stand Back.
posted a comment on Daft Punk - Harder Better Faster Stronger. over 8 years ago
It seems they screwed up the album version of Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger on here (at least on my copy) because when it is played, the track starts up and then suddenly cuts into the fade-out ending of Digital Love, and then pauses before starting ... See full review
posted a comment on Ian Pooley - Loopduell 1. over 8 years ago
Both mixes on this are awesome tracks. The Funk D'Void mix takes the sample from the original Loopduell and houses it up a bit, makes the track a bit more dance friendly. Adds in some filter and a better beat.

The Alan Braxe remix is more of a Deep ... See full review
posted a comment on Patrick Alavi - Club Sport. over 8 years ago
Rollin sounds like a remake of Alan Braxe's Vertigo (Virgo Edit). It's almost uncanny how similar the songs sound, though Patrick doesn't do nearly as good of a job. I thought he was more original than that!
posted a review of Benjamin Diamond - Fit Your Heart. over 8 years ago
This is one of Benjamin Diamond's best songs, a single from the days of his first album "Strange Attitude" that for some reason, didn't make it onto the album. It's a poppy disco track that's lighthearted and fun. Kind of reminiscent of Fenech Soler's ... See full review
posted a comment on Daft Punk. over 8 years ago
No, Daft Punk popularized Autotune with One More Time in '99.
posted a review of Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You. over 8 years ago
This is, IMO, the best version of the CD Single release. Just before the whole Gym Tonic incedent between Thomas Bangalter and Bob Sinclar, Bob did a remix of Music Sounds Better With You, and it is undeniably the best remix of the track. Forget the ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Falcon. over 8 years ago
Even though this guy has only done about 7 or so tracks, he's one of my favorite artists. Debuting on Roule with Hello My Name is DJ Falcon, you can tell that he's got a real feel for the repetitive loops of French House Music. This guy is a legends ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Acapella Anonymous Vol. 4. over 8 years ago
The real gem on this Acapella Anonymous compilation is the secret track at the end of Bits & Pieces, the infamous "Jack's Dead" acapella as played by Daft Punk in their Essential Selection. It's not a very long acapella, but it's really good.
posted a comment on House Of Jazz - Club Swing Vol. 2. over 8 years ago
This is a REALLY good Deep House EP, shame it's so unknown. Moodyman played two songs from this EP in his mix on Radio Nova back in '95. House of Jazz and Hold Your Head Up are both super soulful, relaxing, deep, and just overall excellent tracks.
posted a comment on Alan Braxe & Kris Menace - Lumberjack. over 8 years ago
Massive tune, this collaboration by Alan Braxe & Kris Menace has a dark, heavy, repeated synth-line, a big 909 rhythm, and minimal vocals. It's very reminiscent of Daft Punk's "Alive".
posted a review of India And Nuyorican Soul - I Love The Nightlife (Disco Round). over 8 years ago
This is an excellent cover of a disco classic by the famous New York duo Masters at Work, with India on vocals. It was originally made for the motion picture "The Last Days of Disco", which featured a full disco soundtrack, most of which were songs from ... See full review
posted a review of Michael Jackson - Rock With You (The Classic Remix Series - Part 1). over 8 years ago
These are two REALLY great dance mixes for an already excellent MJ Song. One from the Godfather of House Frankie Knuckles, and the other just-as-famous Garage duo Masters At Work. Both mixes are really well done, it's hard to say which one is better ... See full review
posted a review of Elesse - Rare & Unreleased Cuts. over 8 years ago
On this record Sebastien Leger samples all Michael Jackson tracks, and it's half-decent.

Tonite (Original 98) is the classic track Leger is known for with the original vocals as it was released on the Deaf N' Dumb Crew Promo EP on Blackjack.

Another ... See full review
posted a comment on Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You. over 8 years ago
There's something about this song, that just makes it so awesome. It follows the same formula that a lot of other house tracks do (See: One More Time and Digital Love by Daft Punk, U Don't Know Me by Armand Van Helden, Lady by Modjo) but this one has ... See full review
posted a comment on The Intruders - I'll Always Love My Mama. over 8 years ago
This song is a classic Philly soul song, and a staple for Mother's day. The Intruders bring some great soul to the table, and while Sam Brown's lead vocals might not be totally up to par, it's still a very charming song. The bridge on this Special Disco ... See full review
posted a review of Benjamin Diamond - Strange Attitude. over 8 years ago
Benjamin Diamond's first album is a fairly successful Disco-Pop album that gives him his own definitive sound, away from the French House sound of Stardust's huge hit "Music Sounds Better With You". All the tracks have an electro-disco feel and are ... See full review
posted a review of Cassius - 1999. over 8 years ago
While I must say Cassius' 1999 album is a good foray into the French House genre that was booming at the time, I must say that this album is pretty overrated. It's not terrible, but it's definitely not the pillar of French House that everyone makes it to ... See full review
posted a review of Cassius - Foxxy. over 8 years ago
This remix EP of Cassius' first hit Foxxy is half-decent. The virtually unknown Yardley Mix is great, it chops up the sample of the original song into tiny bits and scatters them into some synths and a nice bassline.

The Buffalo Bunch mix takes a ... See full review
posted a review of Daft Punk - Harder Better Faster Stronger. over 8 years ago
This is a pretty rare release, the only place you can get the DJ Sneak remix of Harder Better Faster Stronger. It's not that special though, DJ Sneak basically just samples a small bit of the track and hooks it, then adds a beat. It's not all that great ... See full review
posted a review of Alan Braxe - Vulture Music Mixed By Alan Braxe. over 8 years ago
Vulture Music Mixed by Alan Braxe. Sounds like a great idea doesn't it? After all, the "Waves" compilation albums from Crydamoure were pretty fantastic themselves, and based on the same idea. Here everyone's favorite synth-pop house producer mixes pretty ... See full review
posted a comment on D.J. Funk* - XTC Part 2. over 8 years ago
A1 on this record samples "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose" Teddy Pendergrass, it's a great sample and DJ Funk works it well.
posted a review of Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! - Keep Pushin'. over 8 years ago
The original track by Boris Dlugosch and Mousse T. is actually pretty underwhelming. It's got some nice vocals, but it's sung to a really droning electro-like bassline. It's a very bland track, almost un-listenable. Avoid it.

The Path of Club mix by ... See full review
posted a review of Daft Punk - Around The World. over 8 years ago
The Motorbass Miami is definitely the best remix of Around the World, hands-down. It should've been on the original 12" release IMO. Here Etienne de Crecy and Phillipe Zdar take the vocals and some of the synth from Around the World, pitch it up a little ... See full review
posted a review of Fantom - Faithfull. over 8 years ago
This is one of the GREATEST unknown French house tracks of all time, a true one-hit wonder, as the artist made this awesome track and was never heard from again. Daft Punk spun it in their 1997 Essential Mix on BBC Radio One, and DJ Falcon has recently ... See full review