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Elliott Thomas (2) - Sirius
submitted Elliott Thomas (2) - Sirius. over 10 years ago
Terrence Parker - Tribute
posted a review of Terrence Parker - Tribute. over 20 years ago
This special release is dedicated to Detroit DJ legend Ken Collier. His untimely passing deeply touched me personally, as he was one of a small few who always supported me and my music.

Because Of Ken Collier, Detroit developed a dance scene, which... See full review
Solid Gold Easy Amex Featuring Red Box - Enjoy
posted a review of Solid Gold Easy Amex Featuring Red Box - Enjoy. over 20 years ago
Without any shadow of doubt the "future" mix by Paul Oakenfold is the best thing he's ever done. For me this is the greatest Balearic tune of all time. Anybody who has an interest in this genre could do worse than trying to track down a copy.
DJ Sneak - You Can't Hide From Your Bud
posted a review of DJ Sneak - You Can't Hide From Your Bud. over 20 years ago
Apparently when Sneak was making this track he couldn't get the sample to loop properly. In frustration he reached for his bag of grass and had a smoke, after which he completed his loop without an further problems.

Hence the title, "You Can't... See full review
A Man Called Adam - Barefoot In The Head (Remix)
posted a review of A Man Called Adam - Barefoot In The Head (Remix). over 20 years ago
Classic balearic house. Makes me want to go down the beach every time I hear it.
Seven Grand Housing Authority - The Question
posted a review of Seven Grand Housing Authority - The Question. over 20 years ago
Head straight for the DJ edit. Used by Tony Humphries on the first Ministry of Sound compilation (when they used to release underground material).
The Sound Of Shoom Featuring Eusebe* - I Hate Hate
posted a review of The Sound Of Shoom Featuring Eusebe* - I Hate Hate. over 20 years ago
This record is worth owning for the sleeve artwork alone. The front cover features the Shoom loveheart logo which is become synonomous with this seminal acid house club.
Xpansions - Elevation
posted a review of Xpansions - Elevation. over 20 years ago
This is the original release of the track that became better known when the title was changed to "Move Your Body".

A massive club/rave anthem in the UK that had a top 40 placing on two sepeate occasions.
Hutton Drive
posted a review of Hutton Drive. over 20 years ago
Domenic Cappello is resident DJ at Glasgow's legendary Subculture nights with his long-time partner Harri.

Subculture has been hosted in many of the cities better venues, however it real home is the Sub Club in Jamaica Street, which is out of... See full review
Various - Made On Earth
posted a review of Various - Made On Earth. over 20 years ago
This album is worth the price for the Thomas Schumacher track - Lust, alone.

The bassline from Michael Jackson's "Beat It", sits behind a Malcolm X style "Black Power" monologue. That, coupled with the synths that seem to soar over the track like... See full review
Schatrax / Percy X - SOMA 2002 - Mispent Years / On A Day (Remix)
posted a review of Schatrax / Percy X - SOMA 2002 - Mispent Years / On A Day (Remix). over 20 years ago
The Schatrax track - Mispent Years has been around for about 5 or 6 years. I picked it up on a white label EP with Schatax stamped on it in pink ink, but never new the title until i heard it on the Soma promo.

It's got a really deep bassline, and... See full review
The Aloof - Favelas
posted a review of The Aloof - Favelas. over 20 years ago
Slam deliver a 12 minute epic rework
Aqua Bassino - Wave
posted a review of Aqua Bassino - Wave. over 21 years ago
"I Can Feel That" is a stunning piece of deep, soulfull house, incorporating some beautiful saxaphone.

Together - Hardcore Uproar
posted a review of Together - Hardcore Uproar. over 21 years ago
"This is the sound of Hardcore Uproar, more powerful than you could ever imagine". And they weren't wrong.

From the spine tingling intro with the sampled crowd noises to the Italo house inspired piano, this tune has it all. For me this is thee Rave... See full review
Laurent Garnier - The Man With The Red Face
posted a review of Laurent Garnier - The Man With The Red Face. over 21 years ago
Can't believe I wrote that nonsense in my other comments about this track. That's what happens when you log on to Discogs after a night out.

The remix is of course by Svek, and I'm warming to Funk D'Void's mix, although it still falls short of the... See full review
Various - Pure Classics Volume Two
posted a review of Various - Pure Classics Volume Two. over 21 years ago
A good cross section of tracks from the US and Europe pretty much sums up the eclectic policy of Pure residents Twitch and Brainstorm. The emphasis was always on quality underground music.
Laurent Garnier - The Man With The Red Face
posted a review of Laurent Garnier - The Man With The Red Face. over 21 years ago
What a track. My hope is that in the future they'll be encouraging our kids to listen to this in the schools. What a motivation.

There are so many words that could be used to describe this track, however none would give it justice. You have to hear... See full review
Kemal / Kemal & Rob Data* - Submerge / Test Tube
posted a review of Kemal / Kemal & Rob Data* - Submerge / Test Tube. over 21 years ago
Sweeping synths and dark probing breaks. Still Kemal finds space for heart felt stabs straight from the soul.

This production captures a little of the dark side of life in Glasgow's less salubrious conurbations.

Cheap Knob Gags - #2
posted a review of Cheap Knob Gags - #2. over 21 years ago
The A side is a driving techno floorshaker that builds and breaks in all the right places.
The flip has a quirky looping groove heavily influenced by the sounds of Detroit .
Tracks by Josh and Aubrey.
Shades Of Rhythm - The Sound Of Eden (Every Time I See Her)
posted a review of Shades Of Rhythm - The Sound Of Eden (Every Time I See Her). over 21 years ago
If ever there was ever a choon that was made to get every single girl in the place on to the dancefloor, Sounds of Eden is it. You can't help but put your hands in the air, throw your head back, shut your eyes and sing like you've never sung before.... See full review