||Best of AVI Records (1989) |
The Best of AVI Records contains 14 tracks from the disco label's vaults, including El Coco's "Cocomotion," Le Pamplemousse's "Spank," 7th Avenue's "Miami Heat Wave," Jerry Rix's "Disco Train," Evelyn Thomas' "Have a Little Faith in Me," James Wells' "My ...
||Best of Telescope Records (1992) |
Track Listing: Touch and Go Lover; Don't Leave Me This Way; Stranded; Pretty Boys; Letter, The _ Elaine Charles; In the Night; Build Me up Buttercup; My Heart; I Am What I Am; Victim; Take a Little Cchance; Razzle Dazzle; Dancing in the Rain; Love Now Play Later;
||Best of Record Shack Records (1989) |
The Best of Record Shack Records contains 12 selections from the vaults of the disco and soul label, including Miquel Brown's "So Many Men, So Little Time," Evelyn Thomas' "High Energy," Barb Pennington's "On a Crowded Street," Evelyn Thomas' "Heartless" ...
He Gives Me Love (1996)
Track Listing: He Gives Me Love; He Gives Me Love; He Gives Me Love; He Gives Me Love; He Gives Me Love; He Gives Me Love;
||2 In A Room|
Carnival/Shimmy Shake (1995)
This disc is a split single featuring 2 In A Room and 740 Boyz.
Though the sleeve notes of DJ Shadow's exhilarating long-playing debut speak of his devotion to "vinyl culture" and "sample-based music" (a guide of which is contained within), it's all just double-speak for hip-hop. Undoubtedly, this is the musical culture that ...
||2 In A Room|
Giddy Up (1995)
Track Listing: Giddy Up; Giddy Up; Giddy Up; Giddy Up; Giddy Up; Giddy Up;
Bass Train (1996)
Track Listing: Bass Train; Bass Train; Bass Train; Bass Train;
||Thump 'N Disco Quick Mixx (1996) |
This is a continuous in-the-mix CD mixed by Martin Rodriguez.
This collection focuses on '90s disco inheritors like People Like Us, Tapps, Stacey Q, Lectric Funk, Arpeggio and French Kiss. ~ Keith Farley
||Global Basics: Dance Music For The Millenium (1996) |
Global Basics: Dance Music for the Millennium collects club hits from artists like Daou, Staxx of Joy, and Blackout Allstars. Loveland's "Don't Make Me Wait," Patricia Kass' "Reste Sur Moi," Bizarre Inc.'s "I'm Gonna Get You," Jamiroquai's "Emergency on Planet ...
||Old School Rap Vol. 3 (1996) |
Old School Rap, Vol. 3 is an entertaining budget-line collection of ten classic rap hits from the mid- and late '80s, including Young MC's "Bust A Move," and Eric B & Rakim's "Check Out My Melody," Boogie Down Productions' "My ...
One Street Over (1996)
Better Daze is Paul Scriver and Andrew Jervis, a talented duo who write, produce and play numerous instruments. Their chief love is jazzy groove music, the kind that owes as much to house and electronica as it does to Miles ...
||Crooklyn Dub Consortium: Certified Dope, Volume 2 (1996) |
Track Listing: Joust, The; Racehorse; Jacob's Ladder; Those Were the Days; Skulls of Broken Hill; No Apparition; Telesp; Soaking Bodies in Dub; Put Me On; Tear the Roof Off; Wolf Dub; Tradition;
Booom! Keep Pushin' (1996)
Track Listing: Keep Pushin'; Keep Pushin'; Keep Pushin'; Keep Pushin'; Keep Pushin';
||Wipeout XL (1996) |
WIPEOUT XL is the soundtrack for Sony Playstation's hit video game WIPEOUT XL.
Originally released around the same time as Sony's March '97 edition of Playstation, WIPEOUT XL is a collection of heart-racing, adrenaline-pumping cuts unconditionally guaranteed to rock your digitally ...
||Luke's Hall of Fame (1997) |
This collection of hits from the notorious Luke Records label includes 2 Live Crew's "Me So Horny," "Throw the "D"" and "Banned in the U.S.A," Luke's "I Wanna Rock" and "Work It Out," and Poison Clan's "Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya." ~ Jason Ankeny
||Tony "Dr. Edit" Garcia|
Don't Let Me Go/Baby It's You
Track Listing: Don't Let Me Go; Don't Let Me Go; Don't Let Me Go; Don't Let Me Go; Don't Let Me Go; Don't Let Me Go; Baby It's You; Baby It's You; Baby It's You;
Protect Us Jah (1997)
Morgan Heritage's 1997 album, Protect Us Jah, features some of their first work with legendary reggae producer Bobby "Digital" Dixon, including their first song together, "Let Them Talk." The title track and "Set Yourself Free" were hits in reggae circles, ...
||Joyride (1997) |
Track Listing: Rubbers; Funny Man; Silent Violence; Bashment Girl; Fresh Off the Block; Get Smart; Sycamore Tree; Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet; Hunting; Joy Ride;
||Total Togetherness, Vol. 6 (1997) |
They're not all tender love songs, but Total Togetherness, Vol. 7 does include tracks from Lady Saw, Spragga Benz, Mikey Spice and Frankie Paul. ~ Keith Farley
X-Files Theme (1996)
Track Listing: X-Files; Xlr-8;
||Best of Enjoy! Records (1989) |
The Best of Enjoy Records contains 11 tracks from the old-school rap label's vaults, including the Furious Five's "Superappin'," Spoonie Gee's "Love Rap," Kool Moe Dee's "Body Rock," the Fearless Four's "It's Magic," the Disco Four's "Move with the Groove," ...
Little Bit of Ecstasy (1997)
Track Listing: Little Bit of Ecstasy, A; Do You Miss Me?;
Blood On The Dancefloor (1997)
"Blood on the Dance Floor" was easy to criticize when it was released in 1997. Michael Jackson was in the midst of his first backlash because of the militaristic imagery of his 1996 HIStory album and years of tabloid scandals. ...
||Ovum Sampler (1997) DBL EP|
Producers: King Britt, Josh Wink, Jamie Myerson.