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December 22, 2009 in Uncategorized by the divine carole | 10 comments
House Of House : « Rushing To Paradise (Walkin’ These Streets) » – 2009
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Transient Designer + on December 22, 2009 at 1:25 am
Conclusion : ne jouer que des disquesde 1990.
guillermo on December 22, 2009 at 9:10 am
tu connais quelqu'un qui cherchait ce disque, sérieusement ? ;
Anonymous on December 22, 2009 at 10:43 am
On dirait des clones de H. Andy et B. Wesseltoft.Merci.Rescator.
The Divine Carole on December 22, 2009 at 11:09 am
Un peu mon neveu, ils viennent de le re-sortir avec un edit d'Harvey en bonus !Et me dis pas que c'est pas splendide ou alors c'est du pur snobisme !
The Divine Carole on December 22, 2009 at 11:13 am
"Throughout time, dance music has been celebrated in singular moments of contained chaos. It is night music, absorbed by "the people" in environments tucked away from mainstream society. To "the people", the 12" and not the LP was king. These were records made to move masses with little more than a kick drum, hi-hat and a bass line. Needles would drop, crowds would rejoice. Simple science, thoroughly tested and assuredly proven.In early 2009, NYC-based duo House of House honored that rich history by creating and releasing the beast that is the "Rushing to Paradise" 12" on cult label Whatever We Want Records. Instantly coveted and championed by cutting edge DJ's, record collectors and cultural connoisseurs, "Rushing to Paradise" quickly moved up into the upper echelon of "years best" lists, even before the records official release date.When the extremely limited run finally did hit stores, it instantly sold out and became "the" song of many memorable evenings across the globe. Clocking in at 13 minutes and weaving through the highest peaks and deep valleys of human emotion as well as the history of house music, House of House became synonymous with the word "epic". Repeated requests followed from eager clubbers, itching to experience the fabled hysteria the track would inspire when played.As the legend grew, the the scarcity of the 12" itself intensified, disappearing from those select few record shops who managed to initially wrangle a few copies and began fetching upwards of 100 € price tags on online auction sites. Due to scarcity, "Rushing to Paradise" was no longer music for "the people".Fast-forward to present time, House of House let the beast out again . . . and this time, it's stronger. With an accompanying remix from the infamous DJ Harvey (also the first DJ to support House of House), the "Rushing to Paradise" 12" remix package is made for dance floor domination.People, your music has returned."
3st on December 22, 2009 at 12:15 pm
le lien ne marche plus….
ROVE DOGS on December 22, 2009 at 1:38 pm
Merci " Divine Carole" , je me sens moins seul ( cf : mon comment concernant les TOP 2009)Par contre ce morceau c'est un peu x-files car il est certainement l'un des plus playlisté mais pourtant je ne l'ai jamais entendu en club un seule fois !
BB on December 22, 2009 at 6:29 pm
c'est snob de dire que le remix d'harvey est mieux? et que cet interlude de piano à 6:52 est du pire mauvais goût? en tout cas ils ont trouvé quelqu'un de très inspiré pour écrire le dossier de presse…
Anonymous on December 23, 2009 at 12:02 pm
je joue tout le temps ce morceau quand mes set virent house, il est vraiment superbe !
Anonymous on December 28, 2009 at 6:41 pm
pas si excitant à mon humble avis d'anonymepeut être sous influence, mais sil faut passer par là…
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