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History Of House Music

9 Aug 2005 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 28 Dec 2004
  • Label: Basement Boys Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Basement Boys Records
  • Total Length: 2:09:52
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  • ASIN: B002GK115K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 129,639 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Feb 2005
Format: Audio CD
Basement Boys History of House - 15th Year Anniverary Compilation
These two CDs have been put together to showcase their production portfolio, past, present and future. And what a portfolio it is! From producing tracks for the likes of Ultra Nate, Crystal Waters and Mass Order to remixing Michael Jackson, Paula Abdul, Ehrika Badou and Lenny Kravitz, these boys have been there, done it!
CD1 mixed by DJ Teddy Douglas: This first cd by Teddy is a bit more chilled, funky with plenty of feel good and uplifting tracks to boot. The main element throughout the whole mix is love, love, love 100% pure love. Another element that oozes throughout the mix is soul, there is an abundance of it here from some outstanding vocalists. This cd hits you where it matters most, deep within.
CD2 mixed by DJ Spen: Spen picks up the pace and intensity a bit on the second cd. His is a voyage through chunkier, jacking and cracking house and garage. The main element in this mix is the gospel, it's ignited right from the off and the spark grows in luminosity throughout the mix. This cd preaches about all the good things in live, from love, god and light and there's even sympathy for the devil!
Both these cds have that distinctive feel-good vibe, freshness and infectiousness that is a trademark of The Basement Boy's productions. It's got all the right ingredients from funk to fun to gratification to glee and there's no doubt that having listened to both cds, you'll be smiling and in a good spirit at the end of it.
Class cds, classic tunes, this is a sonic evolution of house from the boys, period.
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DISC 1 Mixed by DJ Teddy Douglas
1. basement boys- love don't live here -those guys -dialogue
2. ultra nate -it's over now
3. those guys -tonite
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reginald Davenport on 31 Jan 2009
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Basement Boys is synonymous with true House Music. Hearing a series of Basement Boys productions unmixed is one thing but hearing the tracks mixed - well, that's on a whole new level. Teddy Douglas and DJ Spen seriously bring the heat with this double pack. Teddy Douglas presents a blend of smoothed out R&B - flavored House jams that keep the listener engaged. DJ Spen just brings the high energy mixed with a bit of Gospel. For me, it's not just about the tracks - all of them are fierce - and it's not just the track selection. The thing that stands out for me is the transition between each track (simply flawless). To be honest, I can't even point out my favorite transitions, on either CD, because every single one of them is on point!

Basically this is a two-hour piece of hardware that you cannot afford to sleep on!
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Any production done by the Basement Boys is music worth having in your collection. They hit the mark on the feel/vibe they are trying to convey. Well worth the few ducketts you'll be spending
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Crazy Energy....Strong Beats...A Lot of Dancing.... 26 May 2006
By IJustDiedAlive - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This collection of House music from the Basement Boys really captures the sound perfectly. These producers really know how to get the clubs jumpin'. My personal favorite track here is the cover of "Sympathy For The Devil" performed by Taja Sevelle
B-Boys Style in Full Effect 31 Jan 2009
By Reginald Davenport - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Basement Boys is synonymous with true House Music. Hearing a series of Basement Boys productions unmixed is one thing but hearing the tracks mixed - well, that's on a whole new level. Teddy Douglas and DJ Spen seriously bring the heat with this double pack. Teddy Douglas presents a blend of smoothed out R&B - flavored House jams that keep the listener engaged. DJ Spen just brings the high energy mixed with a bit of Gospel. For me, it's not just about the tracks - all of them are fierce - and it's not just the track selection. The thing that stands out for me is the transition between each track (simply flawless). To be honest, I can't even point out my favorite transitions, on either CD, because every single one of them is on point!

Basically this is a two-hour piece of hardware that you cannot afford to sleep on!
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