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3 tracks from one of the most important acid house acts of the Chicago scene! Phuture were the brainchild of DJ Pierre – and they had a complicated mix of beats and electronics that predated the Detroit Techno sound for a few years, and was touched with all the darkness of the best Chicago ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
If you ask us, this is Larry Heard's finest moment, combining the raw energy of early Chicago house with a jazzy sensibility, warm tones on the keyboards and a spare approach that gives all the elements room to breath. A modern classic! 12-inch, Vinyl record
The mid 80s... when a song like this passed for politics in music! Forget the stupid message lyrics, though, and remember that Hardcastle cracked a lot of scenes with the cut – forging kind of a pop-political-street beat kind of groove. 12-inch, Vinyl record
A split Motown single, featuring an artist on each side, and tracks that are definitely designed to cash in on the dancefloor cash! The Originals step out in a full disco mode with "Downtown To Love Town" – a swirling number that's filled with lots of strings, and which boogies on ... 12-inch, Vinyl record