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Bhanging House (Unknown Mix) - IS Productions - Bhanging House (Back To The Rootes) (Vinyl)

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  1. 'Mixed is an advertising and promotional Youtube Channel for a large variety of Electronic Dance Music. The tracks are personally chosen by me.:) ♦ Deep Hou.
  2. Mar 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Label Worx Ltd House Music Is (Original Mix) · Jose M. · TacoMan · Ciclo Simma Black presents Miami ℗ Simma Black Released on: Composer: Jose M.
  3. Resurrection is a complete rarity in music, a true remix, not remaster of classic rock music. The difference is that a remaster is a sonic improvement from the stereo mix of the album. A remix is going all the way back to the original tracks, in this instance, the 16 track /5().
  4. Nov 05,  · Vinyl is the plastic material records are pressed onto and is sometimes used as the plural of “record.” Vinyls is a misuse and, depending on who you say it in front of, will garner a casual.
  5. After returning back home to Britain, Carl and Steve would reunite with Dexter Wansel and Mike Tarsia in London for Wansel’s production project with expatriate Pat (P.P.) Arnold. A former member of the Ike & Tina Turner Review singers, The Ikettes.
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  7. Francis Warren Nicholls, Jr. (January 18, – March 31, ), better known as Frankie Knuckles, was an American DJ, record producer and remixer. He played an important role in developing and popularizing house music in Chicago during the s, when the genre was in its infancy. In , Knuckles won the Grammy Award for Remixer of the Year, Non-Classical.
  8. House N Effect Music A2: Remix and additional production for UBQ Productions. B1: Remix and additional production for UBQ Mix Prod. Manufactured & distributed by Mirage Ent.
  9. Aug 12,  · Working in the record shop gave him access to Fusion's studios, where his initial forays into production were engineered by Jim Sullivan. He also wrote for Wax magazine reviewing the latest hardcore releases. He was also the resident DJ for Fusion and Double Dipped. He left the hardcore scene behind in to concentrate on hard house.

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