4 Nov 2013
Haçienda Classics 
Hacienda Classics original tape

The full story of how the original Haçienda Classics compilation for the tenth birthday of FAC 51 The Haçienda never came to be was told in Scream City 2 by moist back in the mists of 2006. With the recent discovery of those compact cassette tapes (see untreated photo above of cassette one side one) we thought it an opportune moment to bring the original tracklisting into the digital age via Spotify. Various tracks (approximately one third - indicated [x]) are not available for whatever reason but our 'Haçienda Classics selection' playlist is presented for your pleasure. Comments on sourcing any missing tracks gratefully received!

Side One

Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force: Planet Rock
Klein & MBO: Dirty Talk
NYC Peech Boys: Don't Make Me Wait
Hashim: Al Naafiysh (The Soul)
New Order: Blue Monday
Man Parrish: Boogie Down
Bronx Maze: Twilight [x]

Side Two

Marshall Jefferson: House Music Anthem
Farley Jack Master Funk: Love Can't Turn Around
Fingers Inc: Can You Feel It [x]
T-Coy: Carino
Arnold Jarvis: Take Some Time Out
Sterling Void: It's Alright
Richie Rich: Salsa House [x]
Young MC: Know How

Side Three

Nicole: Rock Da House [x]
Beat Club: Security [x]
Turntable Orchestra: You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
Deee-Lite: Wild Times (Mayday Mix) [x]
Company Of One: Real Life [x]
Think Tank: Hack One [x]
Trevor Fung: The Shaker Song [x]

Side Four

Extortion: How Do You See Me Now?
Clive Griffen: I'll Be Waiting [x]
K-Klass: Rhythm Is A Mystery
Degrees Of Motion: Do You Want It Right Now?
Eleanor Mills: Mr Right

Hacienda Classics original tape

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