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thanks kfsoh, listening to a favourite now :( https://www.mixriot.com/content/jose-padilla-perfect-summer-live-cafe-del-mar-1991

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Si Ellis - BIRMINGHAM HARD HOUSE MIX Part 1 (2001)

  • Title: Si Ellis - BIRMINGHAM HARD HOUSE MIX Part 1 (2001)
  • Genre: Hard House
  • Length: 1:00:40 minutes (138.86 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Joint ster 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)
Type of Music: 
Tracklisting: 
Track List
Andy Farley - Stop Rocking (DIP Remix)
The Pranksterz - Angels Charlie
Nick Rafferty - Jumpin
Steve Hill - Wicked
12" Thumpers - Don't Cross the Line (Original Mix)
BK - Funk Addiction
Andy Farley & BK - Devastating
Andy Farley - Out of Contol (Avis Van Rental Remix)
Jonny Naplam & DIP - Back to the Funk 2001 (DIP Remix)
Rubec - Wind It Up
Nick Rafferty - Can You Dig It (Disco Bros. Remix)
Cortina - Music is Moving (BK & DBM Amber Mix)

Sundissentialer and big fan of Tony De Vit back in the late 90's. Myself and fellow DJs Mark Cowan, Adrian Sutherland and Matt Philips ran our Hard House night 'Cheeky Rhino' at the Miss Moneypennies Bar every Wednesday before moving on to Clubs such as Wobble and the Steering Wheel, to name a few. This is my tribute to the hard house scene, Tony De Vit, Sundissential, The Cue Club, Pulse, The Church, and all the Hard House Heads out there including Phil Nippers! Where the hell are you??? Either you loved it or you hated it. This is the music that rocked it for us back then, and I'm sure I'm not the only one out there that thinks this! ENJOY!!

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Great stuff, brings back

Great stuff, brings back the memories. Used to frequent those places around that time too. Another classic night was Crunch! at The Venue. The perfect warm up to a non-stop weekend of the West End Bar, Que Club and finish it with Sunnies!