Dear Fellow Dance Music Lovers,
This blog brings you the best in Dance Music and Club Classics; from early 87 (back in the daze) through to the present day.
For all those who rocked it all night until the early hours, to those that lived for clubbing and couldn't wait for the weekend to arrive. Enjoy and leave any comments on the blog or contact direct by email at email@example.com
I know this has been posted before, but the link was dead (now restored) and it's such a great track I felt worthy of a second post.
An absolute belter of a track from Matt Darey (pictured) and absolutely hammered by Oakey in the late 90's.
When it kicked in at 1 min 42 secs the dancefloor would simply erupt!
Trance music at it's best, let me tell you.
The whole energy of this track is incredible from start to finish.
Love the piano bits that come in near the end.
One of my big big faves and a track that will always bring back special memories as it was also one of my best mates faves who sadly passed a few years ago.
We used to rock to this one Deano - R.I.P. Fella.
Re-posted for Bentcoppa.
This is the best version I have but I blieve you can now get it from Amazon which may be a better quality?
Enjoy people, another top top old skool track!!
The Project featuring Linda Rice - Out Of Control (FHR Club Mix)
I've got the music - oh yes indeed!!
An absolute belter of a track and one that was just tops when played out in clubs.
The piano and vibe in this is just top drawer.
Both mixes are awesome and I can never decide which is the best of the two, so I've posted them both.
Re-posted especially for Whizzo.
A proper old skool classic!! "I've got the mu, mu, mu-sic!!!"
Another track which I've always truly loved.
There have been many many attempts to create a good dance mix of this pop classic, but none have come anywhere near except this one.
It keeps all the best bits of a great record and just dances it up enough.
I love the chunky beats.
I just love this track!!
This has always been my favourite Happy Mondays track (along with Hallelujah) and it just epitomises everything about them.
Raw, edgy, unpolished, but highly infectious.
I've still got the 12" somewhere in my garage.
Debatable how dance this is, but it's awesome all the same and I could imagine it going down a treat last track of the night!!
Just get down with the Freaky Dancing!!