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The D.J. Fast Eddie - Jack To The Sound FLAC Album

Tracklist

1Yo Yo Get Funky5:00
2Funk Makes You Move4:08
3Let's Go5:18
4Jack 2 The Sound5:07
5Acid Thunder4:30
6I Can Dance5:00
7Can U Still Dance
Lyrics By – Peter Black
4:16
8Jack To The Sound (Megamix)
DJ Mix [Megamix] – Double Trouble
9Keep On Dancing4:08
10Clap Your Hands5:00
11Hip House4:24
12Jack To The Sound (Megamix)
DJ Mix [Megamix] – Double Trouble

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DJ# 1015The D.J. Fast Eddie Jack To The Sound ‎(LP, Album)D.J. International RecordsDJ# 1015US1988
839 377-2The DJ Fast Eddie Jack To The Sound ‎(CD, Album)Disques Dreyfus839 377-2France1989
CDART 902The D.J. Fast Eddie Jack To The Sound ‎(CD, Album)Westside Records , D.J. International RecordsCDART 902UK1988
BCM 33140Fast Eddy Jack To The Sound ‎(LP, Album, Promo)BCM RecordsBCM 33140Germany, Austria, & Switzerland1988
60140Fast Eddie Jack To The Sound ‎(Cass, Album)BCM Records60140Germany1988

Credits

  • DesignEarth Star Graphics
  • Keyboards [Additional Keyboards], EngineerJoe Smooth, Peter Black
  • Photography ByJames Alexander Newberry
  • ProducerRocky Jones
  • Written-ByEddie Smith (tracks: A2 to B1, B3 to D), Peter Black (tracks: A1, B2, C, D)
  • DesignEarth Star Graphics
  • Keyboards [Additional Keyboards], EngineerJoe Smooth, Peter Black
  • Photography ByJames Alexander Newberry
  • ProducerRocky Jones
  • Written-ByEddie Smith (tracks: A2 to B1, B3 to D), Peter Black (tracks: A1, B2, C, D)

Notes

Includes limited edition 12" single exclusive to this LP.

All songs published by Popstar Publishing/BMI 1988

Recorded at Underground Studio, Chicago Il

Incidental info:
Sides C and D are also labelled as 3 and 4 respectively and plays the same on both sides.
Rear sleeve states Peter Black only wrote track B2, but centre labels states that he also wrote tracks A1, C and D.Includes limited edition 12" single exclusive to this LP.

All songs published by Popstar Publishing/BMI 1988

Recorded at Underground Studio, Chicago Il

Incidental info:
Sides C and D are also labelled as 3 and 4 respectively and plays the same on both sides.
Rear sleeve states Peter Black only wrote track B2, but centre labels states that he also wrote tracks A1, C and D.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5015712360217
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DMC-5327 A-1/11-88
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DMC-5327 B-1/11-88
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): DJART-902 C/D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): DJART-902 C/D

Companies

  • Marketed By – Westside Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Westside Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – D.J. International Records
  • Copyright (c) – D.J. International Records
  • Published By – Popstar Publishing
  • Recorded At – Underground Studios, Chicago

Video

The D.J. Fast Eddie - Jack To The Sound FLAC Album
Performer:
The D.J. Fast Eddie
Title:
Jack To The Sound
Genre:
FLAC size:
1799 mb
MP3 size:
2003 mb
WMA size:
2004 mb
Country:
UK
Released:
1988
Label:
D.J. International Records
Style:
Acid House, Hip-House, House
Rating:
4.0
Catalog №:
DJART 902
Faugami
This album has got to be one of the best bargains available on Discogs at the moment. There's not one bad track on here, and it's a pretty good mixture of tunes as well - vocal house, hip-house and tougher acid tunes. While it's probably true to say that this type of music rarely fits well within an "artist album" format, this one works extremely well. It doesn't feel like a compilation of tracks taken from 12" singles, it actually manages to flow pretty well, which is unusual for this style of music on a proper artist album.Listening to it again, nearly 30 years after its release, one thing that struck me was this: just how "British" it actually sounds. Now, this could simply be because the UK's acid house artists were obviously influenced by Chicago and Detroit, but I think there's more to it than that; perhaps both scenes were influencing each other?UK house/acid house was developing a style of its own at this time (often rather tougher-sounding than the US tunes, and clearly a precursor for the harder sounds which emerged at the turn of the decade); the tunes on here seem to fit in more with albums like 808 State's "Newbuild" and Baby Ford's "Ford Trax" than they do with the kind of stuff which was issued in the UK on the "Jackmaster" compilations, for example. Listen to a few of those records mentioned and you may see my point.Despite being clearly of its time (it's full of the usual samples common on house, acid and hip-hop records back then), it still manages to sound really fresh even after all these years; I've been bouncing around my room like it's '88 again.Tyree Cooper may have been the self-styled "prince of hip-house" but Fast Eddie was perhaps the best contender for the throne :)
What a great bit of writing. Picked this up on a whim, came here for more info and got just that. Thanks for sharing the knowledge!
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