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✨✧ VariousChicago Trax Volume 1 ... LP
Trax, 1987. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
19 tracks in all: "Pleasure Control" and "Ride The Rhythm" by On The House, "No Way Back" and "We're Rocking Down The House" by Adonis, "Work The Box" by Santos, "JB Piano Trax" by Duane & Co, "The House Music Anthem - Move Your Body" by Marshall Jefferson, "What's Up Rocky" by Boris Betanoff, "Thank Ya" by Sweet D, "Can You Feel It" and 'Washing Machine" by Mr Fingers, "R U Hot Enough' by Virgo, "7 Ways To Jack" by Hercules, "Give Yourself To Me" by the Rude Boy Farley Keith, "When You Hold Me" by Master C & J, "House Beat Box" by Sampson Butch Moore, "Dum Dum" by Fresh, "What Is House?" by Willie Wonka and "The Jungle" by Jungle Wonz. LP, Vinyl record album
(White label pressing with black text. Cover has a few creases.)

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✨✧ VariousSources – The Trax Records Anthology (3CD set) ... CD
Harmless (UK), Late 80s. New Copy 3 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An excellent entry in this all-great Sources series – and one that offers up some real treasures from the legendary Trax Records! Trax was an instrumental force in the early years of Chicago house music – and the label may still be the most important document of that underground scene – often the first to spot the best talent in the Windy City, and always ready to capture the best cuts and get them into the clubs! The set looks at all the best elements of Trax – the label's early style of mirroring some of the British grooves that were inspirational to Chicago house, the scene's breakout soul singers once house got going, and its crucial forays into acid styles – which ended up having a huge impact on the UK and European scenes at the end of the 80s. Dancefloor historian Bill Brewster chose the cuts and provided the notes – and the package features 36 well-chosen tracks that include "We're Rocking Down The House" by Adonis, "I've Lost Control (space side)" by Sleezy D, "Children Of The Night" by Kevin Irving, "Farley Knows House" by Farley Jackmaster Funk, "Bad Boy" by Frankie Knuckles, "Move Your Body" by Marshall Lefferson, "Free Yourself" by Virgo, "Spank Spank" by Phuture, "In A Vision" by Virgo Four, "Bird In A Gilded Cage" by Jungle Wonz, "What Is House" by Willie Wonka, "Sensation" by Ron Hardy, "My Space" by Virgo, "Can You Feel It" by Mr Fingers, "Never Want To Lose You" by ME, "I'll Never Let You Go" by William S, "Washing Machine" by Mr Fingers, "Acid Tracks" by Phuture, "Children Of The Night" by Kevin Irving, "Baby Wants To Ride" by Frankie Knuckles, "Pump Up Chicago" by Mr Lee, and "When You Hold Me" by Master C & J. CD

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