Historical Beats

Dance Classics In The Mix

History Of Rave Volume 1

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Track list

  1.  Ultra-Sonic - The Pulse
  2.  Shades of Rhythm - The Sound Of Eden (Original Album Version)
  3.  Shades of Rhythm - Sweet Sensation (Original Album Version)
  4.  The Shamen - Make It Mine (Club Vocal)
  5.  The Shamen - Move Any Mountain (Progen '91) (I.R.P In The Land Of Oz Mix)
  6.  Orbital - Chime
  7.  Utah Saints - What Can You Do For Me
  8.  K-Klass - Rhythm Is A Mystery
  9.  Together - Hardcore Uproar (Original Version)
10.  East Side Beat - Ride Like The Wind (Extended Mix)
11.  Bassheads - Is There Anybody Out There? (Extended)
12.  Oceanic - Insanity (Dream Tripper Mix)
13.  Cappella - Everybody (Techno House Mix by DJ Professor)
14.  Anticappella - Everyday (Techno Mix)
15.  Bassheads - Back To The Old School (Original Mix)
16.  K-Klass - Let Me Show You  (Klub Mix)

Historical Facts

Shades Of Rhythm got their name from their different skin colours; 1 was black, 1 brown and 1 white

William Sinnott of The Shamen drowned in Tenerife while they were there to film the video to Move Any Mountain

The 'C' in Mr C. (from The Shamen) stands for Chelsea Boy    

Orbital got their name from the M25; the circular motorway that surrounds London

Utah Saints sampled Gwen Guthrie and Eurythmics on What Can You Do For Me

'Hardcore Uproar' samples Alec Guiness as Obi Wan from the original Star Wars. The melody and bassline are taken from John Carpenter's 'The End'

'Ride Like The wind' is a remake of a 1979 song by Christopher Cross.  

The guitar riff in 'Is There Anybody Out There?' is from The Osmonds' 'Crazy Horses'. The rap is from Afrika Bambaatta's 'Just Get Up And Dance'

Gianfranco Bortolotti is the man behind Cappella and many other Italo House acts including East Side Beat, 49ers and the ironically named Anticappella