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1. Kraze - The Party (Club Mix) 2. Krush - House Arrest 3. Funky Worm - Hustle! (To The Music) 4. Hithouse - Jack To The Sound Of The Underground (Extended Mix) 5. The Wee Papa Girl Rappers - Heat It Up (Acid House Remix by Kevin Saunderson) 6. Bam Bam - Give It To Me (Bam Bam's Acid Revenge Remix) 7. Maurice - This Is Acid (K & T Mix by Les Adams) 8. Royal House - Can You Party (Club Mix) 9. Jungle Brothers - I'll House You (Club Mix) 10. The Todd Terry Project - Weekend (Club Version) 11. Brandon Cooke Featuring Roxanne Shante - Sharp As A Knife (Acid Attack)12. DJ Fast Eddie - Hip House13. Paul Rutherford - Get Real (Sinister Mix) 14. D-Mob Featuring Gary Haisman - We Call It Acieed (The 'Matey' Mix)15. Mory Kante - Ye Ke Ye Ke (Extended Mix)
16. Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid (The Omen Mix + Snowman Mix)
- Mark Brydon produced both House Arrest and Hustle. In 1995 he formed Moloko
- Peter Slaghuis
was the man behind Hithouse. The name Hithouse is actually Peter's last
name in English. Slag means Hit, Huis means House. He sadly died in a
car accident in 1991.
- 'Heat It Up' was produced by Andy Cox and David Steele of Fine Young Cannibals
- 'Maurice' is Maurice Joshua, famous remixer who won a grammy in 2004 for remixing Beyonce's 'Crazy In Love'
- Royal House is one of the many aliases of Todd Terry
- 'I'll House You' was produced by Todd Terry. Essentially the brothers are rapping over 'Can You Party'
- The 'Weekend' vocal is taken from a song of the same name by Class Action
- Paul Rutherford was a member of Frankie Goes To Hollywood. He provided backing vocals but was best known as the dancing guy with the 'tache. 'Get Real' was produced by Mark White and Martin Fry of ABC
- Dancin' Danny D is the man behind D-Mob
- Fellow Jock, Brian Dougans was the man behind Humanoid, and later became one half of The Future Sound of London
- The 'Humanoid' sample was taken from the video game 'Berzerk', recorded by Dougans in an arcade