- Your Love’ – Frankie Knuckles / Jamie Principle. First recorded by Jamie Principle (hailing from – you've guessed it – Chicago), the ‘Godfather of House’ Frankie Knuckles made the track famous with his slightly punchier version, still featuring Principle.
- No Way Back’ – Adonis. The mechanical, acidic take on house that Adonis perfected on ‘No Way Back’ in 1986 mixed retro-futurism with the spirit and soul of classic Chicago house, retaining more than enough funk in its lifeblood to fill any dancefloor.
- Mystery of Love’ – Fingers Inc. Chicago-based production/vocal outfit Fingers Inc. may only have been active for a few years in the mid-’80s, but they released some undisputed gold during that time.
- French Kiss’ – Lil’ Louis. This number from Chicago’s Lil’ Louis was one of the first house tracks to enjoy both considerable commercial success and heavy club airplay on its release.
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- The Fascination. 'The Flight' We wrote about this forgotten imprint back in our influential labels spotlight. Play House was one of Chicago’s unsung heroes and ran for just three short years, but offered up some of those excellent early Italo and acid cuts hitting city record stores that would eventually become known as house music.
- Disco-D. 'Dance Tracs' What is a list of the top 20 pre-90s house tracks without a rare record currently fetching top prices on Discogs. Disco-D, an alias of none other than Larry Heard, released a five track 12” on Alleviated Records in 1987 littered with a brilliant simplicity that allows it to stand out from everything else released during the formative years if house.
- Royal House. 'Can You Party' There’s no denying the importance New Yorker Todd Terry played in the foundations of deep house music. And you didn’t need to look far to find the super producer’s name somewhere among the credits on any given record of the late 80s and early 90s.
- Bäs Noir. 'My Love Is Magic' As one of the first releases on the influential New York City label Nu Groove Records, Bäs Noir’s debut single titled ‘My Love Is Magic’ has done serious damage on dancefloors since 1988.
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Here's a nice collection of House, Dance hits of the 1990s. Enjoy! Here’s my original mix with (Black Box) https://soundcloud.com/user-882176367/house-music-...
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- MARSHALL JEFFERSON. 'MOVE YOUR BODY' When ‘Move Your Body’ was first introduced to house music aficionados in the 80s, the co-founder of Trax Records himself, Larry Sherman told Jefferson that it was moot.
- FARLEY “JACKMASTER” FUNK. 'LOVE CAN’T TURN AROUND' A track full of subtlety with a foundation of blistering piano runs to banging drum hits and topped with a screaming Darryl Pandy.
- Adonis. 'No Way Back' Made for a steamy 3am drug-induced dancefloor, this classic Trax track is sure to keep your chest thumping to its rapid claps and steady bass beat, helping you to dance out the last of your hydration.
- SLEEZY D. 'I’VE LOST CONTROL' With satanic laughs, concerning screams and a deep, demonic voice howling, “I’ve lost control”, Sleezy D takes us to the edge of a flaming pothole to hell.
- Aly-Us. ‘Follow Me’ An anthemic vocal hit from 1992 with a message that’s sadly as important and relevant today as it was 26 years ago. Featuring delicately affecting production from Kyle "Small" Smith, vocalists Supa and Kaylin-X sing heartfelt lyrics calling for “peace” and “an end to racial hatred”.
- Armand Van Helden. ‘You Don’t Know Me’ Armand Van Helden was the undisputed king of the late 90s and early 00s. Armed with that unmistakable NYC swagger and an ear for a chart crossover, Van Helden released an unbelievable amount of bangers around that time.
- Baby D. ‘Let Me Be Your Fantasy’ It took over two years for the true crossover success of ‘Let Me Be Your Fantasy’ to infiltrate the mainstream, but it deservedly got there in the end.
- Barbara Tucker. ‘Beautiful People’ Co-written with India and Lem Springsteen and produced by Louie Vega and Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez, ‘Beautiful People’ is a wonderfully crafted track.
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