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9 of the best – house tracks of all time

The original one …

Mr. Fingers ‎- Can You Feel It (1986)

The techno one …

Rhythim Is Rhythim – Strings of Life (1987)

The piano one …

Smallage – Together (1990)

The progressive one …

Slam – Eterna (1991)

The experimental one …

Future Sound of London – Papua New Guinea (1991)

 

The ambient-techno one …

Aphex Twin – Xtal (1992)

The garage vocal one …

Meli’sa Morgan – Still In Love With You (1992)

The filtered one …

Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlé’s Choir – Deep Burnt (1999)

The relatively recent one …

Sébastien Tellier – La Ritournelle (2004)

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And there you have it, four of the tracks are from 1991/92 – the highest peak in my view of the mountains of dance vinyl.

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Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlé’s Choir – Deep Burnt (1999)

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In 1999, at the height of the French invasion of dance music, Pépé Bradock did this. ‘Deep Burnt’ is the deepest of house tunes, cooking up Freddie Hubbard’s ‘Little Sunflower’, and laced with oodles of filter disco. The result is hypnotic. Enjoy and have a good week.

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