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Various - DJ Accapella Vol.3 FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Todd Terry Weekend
A2 Freeez A.e.i.o.u.
A3 Unknown Artist Revelation
A4 Frankie* Understand This Groove
A5 Unknown Artist Life Story
A6 Max Q Way Of The World
B1 C'hantal The Realm
B2 Photon Inc. Generate Power
B3 Black Box I Don't Know
B4 Unknown Artist Make It Right
B5 DSK What Would We Do?
B6 Unknown Artist Free Love
B7 India Lover Who Rocks You
B8 Pamela Fernandez Kickin' In The Beat
B9 Unknown Artist Addicted To Love

Notes

Runout groove contains ref number ACC 003. Tracklisting says "The Realm" is track A7, but is actually the first track on the B-side.

Various - DJ Accapella Vol.3 FLAC album

Musician performer: Various

Title: DJ Accapella Vol.3

Style: House, Electro, Garage House

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1789 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 512

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Coiwield
A correction on track A1. Weekend is by 'Class Action' http://www.discogs.com/Class-Action-Weekend/release/6229293And not Todd Terry. TT just sampled it off them.
Coiwield
A correction on track A1. Weekend is by 'Class Action' http://www.discogs.com/Class-Action-Weekend/release/6229293And not Todd Terry. TT just sampled it off them.
Vareyma
I found this record in a stash of old Techno/House/Garage records and instantly knew what this is: A little piece of history. The quality of the pressing is a bit cheeky but still very good. The sample come straight from the original vinyl releases, even though there are some unknowns there. (probably just lesser known house tunes?) I always considered the myriad of vocal samples in most of early nineties hardcore and acid house records from the UK came directly from the original sources (even though i doubt they were as easily available in the UK as they are today) but after listening to this I knew that this was THE record used form most of the '92 hardcore scene. If you are familiar with the tunes of the time you'll instantly recognize the sources for example A3 was in the GLR classic "Atlantis" by Apollo Two or you've probably heard B1 in countless techno and trance records throughout the nineties, that people are so sick of it today. If you'll ever come across this piece of vinyl, grab it!
Vareyma
I found this record in a stash of old Techno/House/Garage records and instantly knew what this is: A little piece of history. The quality of the pressing is a bit cheeky but still very good. The sample come straight from the original vinyl releases, even though there are some unknowns there. (probably just lesser known house tunes?) I always considered the myriad of vocal samples in most of early nineties hardcore and acid house records from the UK came directly from the original sources (even though i doubt they were as easily available in the UK as they are today) but after listening to this I knew that this was THE record used form most of the '92 hardcore scene. If you are familiar with the tunes of the time you'll instantly recognize the sources for example A3 was in the GLR classic "Atlantis" by Apollo Two or you've probably heard B1 in countless techno and trance records throughout the nineties, that people are so sick of it today. If you'll ever come across this piece of vinyl, grab it!