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JPS - Old Skool Hard House Vol.2

  • Title: Old Skool Hard House Vol.2
  • Artist: JPS
  • Year: 2011
  • Genre: Hard House
  • Length: 69:58 minutes (77.96 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 155Kbps (VBR)
Type of Music: 
Tracklisting: 
1. Captain & Karim - Show Them How We Do This
2. Strange Dave vs Rowland & Wright - Strange Sound
3. Prime Mover - Black Dogs
4. Jon Doe - Phaze One
5. Narcomaniacs - Straight Kick
6. Dynamic Intervention - Full Throttle
7. DMF - Palpitation
8. Steve Hill - Wicked 2003
9. Nick Sentience - Freakshow
10. Prime Mover - Oblivion
11. Rowloand & Wright - Deeper
12. Karim - Well Wicked
13. DJ Funk - Run (UK Extended mix)

My final mix on the Pioneer CDJ 500's and DJM 500 mixer I've had for years... I thought my farewell mix (on that trusty old set up) should be about the music that got me into DJing and clubbing in the first place all those years ago...Thumping Hard House and Hard Trance. Standout track: Jon Doe - 'Phaze One' as its been a fave of mine since I first heard Steve Thomas (TRADE) play it at Captain Tinrib's night Fish @ Crash in Vauxhall back in 2000ish to devastating effect! Very rare and was going for silly money on ebay a while back. Enjoy!

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Thank You

One Word Specialhands AWESOME!! and Thank you.

This is immense

At least it was real hard house, not the cheese that hit the airwaves in 2000 (fuck you MOS!)

I first saw Fergie play live

I first saw Fergie play live at a tiny little dark sweaty club in Birmingham in 1997 for a 2 hour set. He played mainly pumping house and UK Hard House with a little bit of Trancey stuff thrown in too and was he immense that night! Later he was resident as Sundis (also in Brum) and did alright there. Not really kept up with him since he got big and famous and switched to more sensible house and techno sounds though.

Fergie gets so much stick

Look, he had to be really talented to be taken under TDV's wing. He was playing in Northern Ireland at age 14. He has always been very talented, he is gifted. Whether you enjoy his music or not.....well that is another matter. I enjoyed his style in 2000 because he played harder records and I was not really into hard house at the time but he played hard house and trance, so I listened and because of him, I discovered hard house and all the legends involved. Yes some of his CD Mixes, like Headliners and a few of his EM's from 2000-2001 were quite pants because he played cheesy hard house like public domain, storm.....but the crowds always showed up for it and must have liked it and probably certainly did not hurt his bank balance. Now I feel he has gone full circle with his 2 techno labels and the fact he seems to play funky techno. He still plays the old stuff as well, which shows he is not afraid to do something different.

Cheers dude

Know what you mean about Fergie..never been much a fan of his style, except for when I heard him play at a Tony De Vit memorial bash a few years back. He rocked it, though he was playing TDV's old records.

thanks for this specialhands

I love classic hard house from the 2000's (not the cheese that fergie did in 2000) JPS was right, the standout track was the john doe one.