Taking things back to Chicago ’85, back to the birth of house music, Still Music’s Jerome Derradji presents a compilation that tells its story. In the four years leading up to ’88, Sunset Records released some of the most groundbreaking records in the history of Chicago house. An essential collection in a time when we’re seeing a renaissance of the jacking sound.
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- 1 Razz - "Kill Yourself Dancing" (feat Matt Warren & Ralphi Rosario) 1:00 Various Artists
- 2 Modern Mechanical Music - "Persia" 1:00 Various Artists
- 3 Master Plan - "Electric Baile" (Commercial mix) 1:00 Various Artists
- 4 White Knight - "It Could Be Acid" 1:00 Various Artists
- 5 Ben Mays - "Jail Bait" 1:00 Various Artists
- 6 Hex Complexx - "I Want You/Suite" (The Dash Riprock mix) 1:00 Various Artists
- 7 Michaelangelo - "You Can Do It" 1:00 Various Artists
- 8 White Knight - "White Knight Jacks" (club mix) 1:00 Various Artists
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