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posted a comment on Various - African Disco. 6 months ago
A3 artist is actually The Undisputed Truth. Norman Whitfield produced the song.
B1 artist is Shining Star. R. Mazzoli wrote the song.
posted a comment on Norah Jones - Sunrise (Salida Del Sol) (Radio Slave Remix). 9 months ago
Please contact me if you want to sell this record.
added Tito Puente - Tito Puente And Friend to their collection. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on The Fantasy (2) - Secret Mixes Fixes Vol.17. about 1 year ago
A2 Mazarati - Jerk Out (demo)
Composition & instruments by Prince. Only the vocals are by Mazarati.
posted a comment on Arnie Love & The Loveletts - Invisible Wind / Me, Myself & I / We Had Enough. about 1 year ago
Comment is annoying, as always with your comments. I'll report this.
posted a comment on Rimini Rimmers - Coke Rock Disco Edits Volume 1. about 1 year ago
This is a shitty comment, because you give false information
posted a comment on The Dogcatcher - The Pit Bull. over 2 years ago
A very underrated record from legendary Philly producers Gamble & Huff. More electro & digital funk than their soul & disco roots. I remember hearing this often in a New Wave club in my hometown in the 80s. Still sounds great. Grab your copy.
submitted Rimini Rimmers - Coke Rock Disco Edits Volume 1. over 3 years ago
submitted Shegundo Galarza, José Nabo, João Henrique, Ramon Galarza* - Ou Travolta Na Música Portuguesa. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Weedyman - If You Will, Why Don't You ?. over 3 years ago
Not true. The remix don't use that sample.
posted a comment on San Proper - Leave It Up To All Of Us. over 4 years ago
'Leave It To The Doc' samples Isaac Hayes 'What Does It Take'
posted a comment on Commanchee's Revenge - Commanchee's Revenge. over 4 years ago
Shades of 'The Age Of Love' on 'Comanchee's Revenge'. Excellent track which reminds me of the early 90's when Techno sounded fresh.
submitted James Brown, Skyy - JM Jackmaster Re-Edits . over 4 years ago
posted a review of Nona Hendryx - Female Trouble. over 11 years ago
Excellent lp in my opinion. Dan Hartman did an outstanding job as a producer; he gave the album a fresh and (synthesized)funk feeling. Besides this, the songs are catchy and a lot of well-known artists and musicians made their contributions. The Prince ... See full review
posted a review of Sylvester - I Need You (Tom Moulton Mix). over 12 years ago
Tom Moulton did an extraordinairy job on this classic from Sylvester from the late 70's/begin 80's. This sounds so different when comparing with the original mix. More bass, cripsy clear shakers, hard percussion. It's hardly a disco track anymore. Yes, ... See full review
posted a review of Paul Woolford - Vertigo / Take The Pain. over 13 years ago
One of the best 'Junior Boy's Own'-records for quite a while; mad beats, some original fx and funky synth-stabs. Both sides are very playable and will be in my recordbox for a long time. With this release Paul Woolford shows us why he's the man at the ... See full review
posted a review of Skillz - Skillz. over 14 years ago
This is really a great album. Although I think it's more a collection of outtakes, it's full with raw beats, infectious grooves and freestyle raps. The Neptunes produced this gem with the same attitude as with Eclipse's "Grindin", so it's streetfunk all ... See full review
posted a review of Kenny Larkin - Ancient Beats / Seduce Her. over 14 years ago
'Ancient Beats' samples 'Spys' from Ronni Griffith. Larkin cuts up pieces of the original and uses filters and delays to create a percussive monster which works very effectively on the dancefloor.
posted a review of C.J. & Co - Deadeye Dick. over 14 years ago
Mixed by the great Tom Moulton. Almost all of his work in the 70's had a "A Tom Moulton Mix" trademark on the record. This album is a very nice fusion between funk, disco and some rock-oriënted guitars. Add some groovy percussion on top and voila: a ... See full review
posted a review of Sounds Of Blackness - The Pressure (Pt. 1). over 14 years ago
Listening to this record gives u a insight from where the "real" House comes from: the black community in the USA. This classic remix provided by Frankie Knuckles is one of his best ever in my humble opinion. This one is absolutely incredible: the slow & ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Jackin' The House (Volume 1). over 14 years ago
A must have record for all House/Acid/Techno-fans. This record has been recently released and it includes some very hard to find classics. It is mastered very carefully and powerfull: it sounds actually better than the originals. This will be in my ... See full review
posted a review of Hubtone - Hot Muffin. over 14 years ago
Hypnotic record. It is build around an old Funk or Disco loop (?), been filtered heavily and there have been added some drums to "fatten" it up. Gerd once again proved that he's the man at the moment in so many genres, whether it's his ... See full review
posted a review of Model 500 - Mind And Body. over 14 years ago
Masterpiece ! No doubt about it. This cd contains beautifull drum 'n bass tracks, hypnotising downtempo tracks and some poppy tracks. Great producing and mixing: every detail is carefully crafted. Give this album a listen and it grabs you while u're ... See full review
posted a review of FC/Kahuna* - Hayling. over 15 years ago
Chicken Lips provide a very funky remix. They have taken the bassline from "The Visitors" from Gino Soccio (or "How About It" from M.D.M.C.; which has the same bassline) and made together with those 80's drums a funky groove with a lot of FX.

More a ... See full review
posted a review of Helen Sharpe - Got 2 Have Your Love. over 15 years ago
One of those rare records which contains a superb marriage between Jazz and House. Classical arrangements (piano & vocals) is combined with a steady but smooth 4/4 beat.

Ron Allen is a genius in my opinion; he is also responsible for a lot of other ... See full review
posted a review of The Flirts - Passion (Special R.E.M.I.X.E.D. Disco Version). over 15 years ago
If there's one record which could be described as one of the sexiest, dirtiest record on the dancefloors ever, then it's this record from the early 80's. Producer Bobby Orlando created this monster in 1982 and it's impact is comparable with his ... See full review
posted a review of Playgroup - Make It Happen. over 15 years ago
This is a very strong release from Trevor Jackson. The original will do it for me, although the Soulwax remix is also good. Productionwise it breaths 80's all over. The way the compressor is used; it gives the record a very "pumping" sound. The hi-hats ... See full review
posted a review of Vince Watson - Moments In Time. over 15 years ago
Astonishing record... Beautifull lush and warm synth-sounds, groovy drum patterns and nice melodies: yes, this is must have for all true House and Detroit-Techno heads. Recommended for both home-listening and for playing in a club.
posted a review of TV Victor - Timeless Decceleration. over 15 years ago
This is a beautifull ambient-like record. It's not techno as it's written in the notes. The tracks "Agai" and "All" reminds me of Steve Reich's music: it sounds like a repetitive loop. But the patterns are shifting very gradually.

Also not mentioned: ... See full review
posted a review of On The House - Pleasure Control. over 15 years ago
One of those records which still sounds fresh after so many years. Marshall Jefferson doing production, Ron Hardy mixin' it and beautifull vocal-arrangements; timeless classic.
posted a review of Jeff Mills - Skin Deep EP. over 15 years ago
Trainspotters only !! "Call Of The Wild" is based around a loop from the percussionbreak of "Get on the floor" by Micheal Jackson from his "Off the wall" lp from 1979. Understand where Techno is coming from; know your roots in Disco & Funk !
posted a review of Joint Venture - Master Blaster (Turn It Up) / Somewhere In Space. over 15 years ago
"Master Blaster" is one of dj Pierre's finest moments. His 'wild pitch'-trademark is all over this track. A long intro which builds and builds and then finally there comes the kickdrum. Slowly there are more instruments added and after around the 3 ... See full review
posted a review of Green Velvet - Never Satisfied. over 15 years ago
The Studio 54-remix is based around a sample (loop) from Lou Rawls "You'll never find another love like mine". Very cleverly used, almost in a "wild pitch'-kinda style. Hypnotic and yes, pure House !
posted a review of U2. over 15 years ago
Although i'm a House/Techno-head, i'm a big fan of U2's work. Combining very good songs with producers like Flood, Howie B & Brian Eno and working with excellent engineers like Mark Stent: it gives their songs a strong musical background. Listen ... See full review
posted a review of Herbie Hancock - Rockit / You Bet Your Love / I Thought It Was You. over 15 years ago
Unbelievable combination between Jazz-giant Hancock and master-of-New-York-avantgarde-dance Bill Laswell ! A perfect marriage between fusion-style playing and a high quality technological "state of the art" producing. The congo's are perfectly mixed in ... See full review
posted a review of Incogdo - Simply Just A Ventage. over 15 years ago
As have been said in the notes: this is an uncredited ultra-rare Derrick May & Carl Craig production. The track they used is John Rocca's "I want it to be real". It's a great House cut-up with extended use of heavy filtering. The B-side is a cut-up of ... See full review
posted a review of Steve Bug - November Girl. over 15 years ago
House as House should be ! Very addictive record. Just drums, sleazy bassline, vocals and some FX. Works very well on the dancefloor.
posted a review of George Clinton - Atomic Dog. over 15 years ago
Producer Ted Currier together with the Funk-man himself created a monster in 1982! This record was the blueprint for a lot of Hip Hop/Electro and yes, even Techno-records. Before this release, Clinton was still on the live-instruments tip. With this one ... See full review
posted a review of Daniel Wang - Panoramic. over 15 years ago
Acid-disco kinda record which also fits perfect in "after hour" sets. Trippy 303 lines on a midtempo discobeat, nice melodies: yes, this record shouts "erotic" all over !
posted a review of Digital Underground - The Humpty Dance. over 15 years ago
Irresistable bassline with a very strong beat. One of my favourite HipHop 12'-es EVER, and it still sounds fresh !
posted a review of DJ Hansz - Tweakin 'n' Freakin. over 15 years ago
Record which haven't got the attention it should have got... Side A is a clean, pumpin' & percussive rocker; more a dj-tool with good use of some conga-loops. The Glenn Wilson remix is Techno with BALLS !! This is one of Glenn's most FUNKY works he's ... See full review
posted a review of Rairbirds - Blow Wind Blow. over 15 years ago
Photek's remix is a very funky breakbeat version of a nice SONG. Overlooked record which definetly should have got more attention.
posted a review of Ten City - That's The Way Love Is. over 15 years ago
This record blew me away back in da dayz !! It had such an impact on me that i'll never forget ! The clear 909 beats, the acid bassline, the hornstabs, the strings and not forget the vocals by Byron Stingly. These is one of the records that will stand ... See full review
posted a review of Kool Rock Steady - You Ain't Nobody. over 15 years ago
Still a favourite of mine. Kool's lyrics and rapping are razorsharpe: he is dissing KRS One on this record because KRS One told everybody that HipHouse was shit and their MC's couldn't rap. Well, with this record Kool Rock Steady proves that a marriage ... See full review
posted a review of The Congos - Congo Man (Carl Craig Edits). over 15 years ago
It's dub dub dub... Carl Craig transforms this into a masterpiece wich should be in every music lovers collection. Production is sample, but powerfull. The edits are sharp and the mastering is superb. Play LOUD !! And feel the bass...
posted a review of Technasia - Nebula. over 15 years ago
Superb 12" from Technasia ! Great atmospheric synths makes this a classic. It reminds me of some Mills records, only the beats are more 4 to the floor (less tribal). Listen to this one on your headphones when u're travelling to Mars....
posted a review of Cameron - Cameron E.P.. over 15 years ago
This is a great package of no-nonsense Techno ! Lars Klein delivers a very good remix: hard hittin' drums & sharp synths. Check also the flip for a funky tribal mix of "Funk fx". The originals of these remixes are both playable too.
posted a review of Mr. C & Tom Parris - Siren. over 15 years ago
Go for the Vince Watson remix: superb warm bass and beautifull Detroit-ish synths-patterns & strings. Lush !
posted a review of Rhythm & Sound w/ Shalom - We Been Troddin. over 15 years ago
This record is soooo deep ! Not only by sound, but also by lyrics (which are also beautifull). The beats & basslines are slow and boomin', the stabs are lost in delays and the hihats are dirty and crunchy. I want to know what kinda compressor they use ! ... See full review
posted a review of Deviance present Spectrums* - Dis-Chord. over 15 years ago
This is an uncredited Slam-production. Great synths, very nice housey beats.