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An excellent raw house track, with insanely huge bass, and a raw, spare approach to the production that never sounds out of date to us! The vocal and instrumental house mixes are actually nearly two different tracks, both totally great, too! 12-inch, Vinyl record
Rare early house tracks from Chip E, mostly minimal drum tracks on here, including "It's House", "Time To Jack", "House Energy", "It's Dub", "Time To Track", "MB Dance", and "Sensuous House". 12-inch, Vinyl record
A classic bit of house from Chicago – written and produced by Marshall Jefferson, mixed by Lil Louis, and with a sexy thumping groove that's much more towards the warmer end of the spectrum than other Chicago work of the time! 12-inch, Vinyl record