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The House that Jack built

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Pump Up The Volume – The History Of House Music was a three part documentary (1 Time To Jack, 2 Can You Feel It, 3 From Hardcore To Handbag) first shown in the UK in 2001, telling of House’s origins in the Chicago underground, it’s crossing over the Atlantic and evolving into illegal Acid raves before entering into the mainstream in Britain. (Some NSFW language)

There was also a soundtrack album for the series, ‘History of House’, with the following:

Your Love – Frankie Knuckles & Jamie Principle
Spring Rain – Bebu Silvetti
Is It Love You’re After – Rose Royce
Let No Man Put Asunder – First Choice
On And On – Jesse Saunders
No Way Back – Adonis
Can U Feel It? – Mr Fingers
Move Your Body – Marshall Jefferson
Love Can’t Turn Around – Farley “Jackmaster” Funk feat Darryl Pandy
Music Is The Key – JM Silk
It’s Alright – Sterling Void
Promised Land – Joe Smooth
Theme From S’Express – S’Express
Big Fun – Inner City
That’s The Way Love Is – Ten City
Someday – Ce Ce Rogers
Voodoo Ray – A Guy Called Gerald
W.F.L (Think About The Future Mix) – Happy Mondays
Everything Starts With An E – Ezee Posse
The Sun Rising – Beloved
Chime – Orbital
Little Fluffy Clouds – The Orb
Energy Flash – Joey Beltram
On A Ragga Tip – SL2
Don’t You Want Me – Felix
Open Up – Leftfield
Inner City Life – Goldie Presents Metalheadz
Professional Widow (Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix) – Tori Amos
9PM (Till I Come) – ATB

And here’s a few more of my faves…

M.A.R.S. – Pump Up The Volume
D-Mob – We Call It Acieed
Bomb The Bass – Beat Dis
Black Box – Ride on Time
Utah Saints – Something Good
Kicks Like A Mule – The Bouncer
Altern 8 – Activ 8
The Prodigy – Charly

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Written by Fearful Symmetry

February 21, 2011 at 9:13 pm

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