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Various - This Is The Sound Of House & New Beat
Singer: Various
Title: This Is The Sound Of House & New Beat
Released: 1989
Country: France
Style: House, New Beat, Acid House
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 248
Formats: VQF APE MOD MP2 MPC AHX AA
MP3 size: 1385 mb
FLAC size: 1243 mb
WMA size: 1315 mb

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This Is The Sound Of... House And New Beat
A1 One O One Electric Dream Rock To The Beat
Written-By – Saunderson*, Echols*
3:54
A2 The Project Move It
Written-By – C. Ferreira*
3:07
A3 Confetti's The Sound Of C
Written-By – S. Rahaerers - D. Sas*
3:37
A4 Miss Nicky Trax Acid In The House
Written-By – Inger*, Van Oekel*, Khan*
3:30
A5 Spiritual Sky Sky My House Band (Ecoutez Et Répétez)
Written-By – P. Catteau*, S. Vanuxem*
3:30
A6 Faxx* Corruption
Written-By – B. Schaep, E. De Mesmaeker, R. De Kopere*, P. Daelhuysen, S. Spaargaren
3:16
This Is The Sound Of... House And New Beat
B1 Hit House* Jack To The Sound Of The Underground (Peter Acid Mix)
Written-By – P. Slaghuis*
3:29
B2 Kraze The Party (Radio Mix)
Written-By – Reesha
4:15
B3 Space Opera Mandate My Ass
Written-By – D. Holdenberg*, P. De Graeve*, R. Vandepapeliere*
3:46
B4 No Name Acid Conflict
Written-By – J.P. Ruelle
3:24
B5 Ghentlon Cheebala
Written-By – C. Ferreira*
2:53
B6 Traxx Malfunction
Written-By – J. Van*, S. Denys*, W. Denys*
3:34

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – CBS Disques S.A.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – USA Import Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Happy Music
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Disques S.A.
  • Copyright (c) – Epic

Notes

Title appears as This Is The Sound Of... House And New Beat on labels and as This Is The Sound Of House & New Beat.
Released with two kinds of sticker, a long one or a short one, visible on pictures.

Made and printed in Holland.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (EAN): 5 099746 341213
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): EPC 463412 1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): EPC 463412 1 B
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Label Code: LC 0199
  • Other (Distribution code): CB 291
  • Other (Sleeve And Sticker): 14-463412-20
  • Other: 58
  • Other (Label Side A): 14-463412-20-1
  • Other (Label Side B): 14-463412-20-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EPC 463412 4 Various This Is The Sound Of... House & New Beat ‎(Cass, Comp, Dol) Epic EPC 463412 4 Belgium 1989
EPC 463412 2 Various This Is The Sound Of... House & New Beat ‎(CD, Comp) Epic EPC 463412 2 France 1989


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What an amazing compilation. “This Is The Sound Of House & New Beat” reminds me of such good times, back in 1989, when several young students (like me) used to listen to K7 tapes on their walkman during school classes. For most people outside of the underground scenes, it was probably one of the first opportunities to listen to New Beat and House music. Not by coincidence, this tracklist was released at the times when House & Acid House made a deep impact on Europe, affecting the local dance music, and that was (definitely) the case of the Belgian dance music. "Acid In The House" and "Jack To The Sound Of The Underground" were typical examples of New Beat 'second generation' tunes: the first one borrowed from Acid House the use of TB303 basslines (like “Cheebala” and “Acid Conflict”), and the second was Peter Slaghuis work based on Fast Eddie's "Jack To The Sound". “The Party” was a largely-played House tune worldwide. “Hey DJ! Give me a fat bass!” vocals could be heard everywhere! I remember very well listening it in places like the Joy Club in São Paulo, on Sylvain *Acidman* Justum’s walkman, who by the way introduced me to this selection for the very first time, or in secret DJ set tapes who reached everywhere (not to mention the large amount of venues in America and Europe whose decks professionals would include in their repertories). The same applies for the other tunes on this compilation, because at that time New Beat was known well enough across the Globe. A propos, this tracklist was so significant that I remember having access to very underground Belgian tapes at the French Lycée I used to study (containing “The Party”, “Acid In The House” and “Rock To The Beat” (this one sampled from the original version of the Detroit Techno duo Reese & Santonio), all three part of “This Is The Sound Of House & New Beat”. Some of the classic producers from the nineties were equally present in this tracklist with their original tunes or through their samples. These electronic heads became well-known after the New Beat era, such as Cisco Ferreira as ‘Ghentlon’ (who also sampled Reese & Santonio’s “Rock To The Beat” main synth lines in “Cheebala”. ‘Space Opera’ was another project made of emerging talents, composed by guys such as the Techno producer CJ Bolland, Renaat Vandepapelière (which owned of the R & S empire), and Ferreira himself. At the same time, it was the top of Nickkie Van Lierop's journey as diva of the New Beat scene, also known as ‘Miss Nicky Trax’ and part of ‘One O One Electric Dream’ with Praga Khan, Oliver Adams (who both created with Nikkie Channel X two years later) and Chris Inger (of the New Beat projects ‘Nasty Thoughts’ and ‘Major Problem’).
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