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Various - Dave Pearce: The Dance Years: 1989 mp3 flac

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Various - Dave Pearce: The Dance Years: 1989
Acid House, Techno, Garage House, House, Hip-House
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    Dave Pearce: The Dance Years: 1989
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    Label: Inspired Recordings ‎– DAPDJ1989
    Series: The Dance Years – 1989
    Type: 2 x CD, Compilation
    Country: UK
    Date of released: 23 Mar 2009
    Category: Electronic
    Style: Acid House, Techno, Garage House, House, Hip-House
  • ZIP / RAR Size (FLAC version)
    1740 megabytes
  • ZIP / RAR Size (MP3 version)
    1768 megabytes
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1-01 Soul II Soul Feat. Caron Wheeler Keep On Movin' 5:14
1-02 Technotronic Pump Up The Jam 5:23
1-03 Double Trouble Feat. Rebel MC Street Tuff 3:29
1-04 Coldcut Feat. Lisa Stansfield People Hold On 4:00
1-05 Raze Break 4 Love 5:26
1-06 Joe Smooth Promised Land 5:09
1-07 Frankie Knuckles Feat. Jamie Principle Your Love 5:03
1-08 Ten City That's The Way Love Is 6:58
1-09 Richie Rich Salsa House 5:01
1-10 Adeva Respect 4:04
1-11 Frankie Knuckles Feat. Jamie Principle Baby Wants To Ride 5:55
1-12 Young MC Know How 4:04
2-01 The Beloved The Sun Rising 5:03
2-02 808 State Pacific State 3:55
2-03 Debbie Malone Rescue Me 5:06
2-04 Doug Lazy Let It Roll 5:42
2-05 Yazz Stand Up For Your Love Rights 4:24
2-06 Tyree* Feat. Kool Rock Steady Turn Up The Bass 4:53
2-07 Royal House Yeah Buddy 6:19
2-08 Joyce Sims Looking For A Love 6:11
2-09 Frankie Knuckles Presents Satoshi Tomiie Tears 6:48
2-10 Paul Simpson Musical Freedom 6:22
2-11 Silver Bullet Bring Forth The Guillotine 5:18
2-12 Model 500 The Chase 3:33


  • Compiled By – Dave Pearce


Welcome to CD two of the Dance Years. 1989 was a hell of a year, when acid house parties became raves, moving from clubs and warehouses to outdoor events and the M25 at night was full of clubbers trying to find the location of the next big rave.

The deal was you had to usually tune in to a pirate radio station to find out the location of the event and they would keep teasing you, saying the location would be announced in four hours, three hours, etc. and then the announcement would come on and convoys of cars would descend on the site. Often, the police would be following the convoy hoping to discover the event. There was a massive backlash in the media and a bit of a tabloid frenzy.

The acid house album I signed, 'Urban Acid', was featured on News at Ten and I found myself getting a grilling on BBCTV London News trying to defend the music against allegations that we were somehow subverting the nation and pushing everyone into taking drugs. You can see the clip on YouTube if you type in "Dave Pearce Acid House Rave 6 Music Fight Our Corner".

There was a great sense of optimism with the Berlin Wall coming down and America and Russia declaring an end to the Cold War. Musically, more new styles developed. The fusion of hip hop and house with hip house from the likes of 'Tyree Cooper - Turn Up the Bass' - in the UK, Jazzie B was creating his own soulful clubbing vibe with Soul II Soul and seminal records like '808 State - Pacific State' and 'The Beloved - Sun Is Rising' and in the summer along came 'A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray'.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5051275022629
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI L136
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): EDC Blackburn Ltd DAPDJ1989/1 01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): EDC Blackburn Ltd DAPDJ1989/2 01
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 0441

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