30 Jun 2014
12" Dance House\New Order Cabaret Voltaire 
12-inch Dance - House

The latest in the ongoing 12" Dance series covers House Music and features Fine Time (Silk Mix) by New Order plus Keep On Clubbing by Cabaret Voltaire and Happy Mondays' Hallelujah (Club Mix) not to mention Hardcore Uproar by Together and many housey Hacienda classics.


1. Your Love (Feat. Jamie Principle) - Frankie Knuckles
2. Move Your Body (The House Music Anthem) (Extended) - Marshall Jefferson
3. Love Can't Turn Around (Club Remix) (Feat. Jesse Saunders & Darryl Pandy) - Farley "Jackmaster" Funk
4. Someday (Club Mix) - Cece Rogers
5. Devotion (Extended Version) - Ten City
6. You Used To Hold Me (Feat. Xavier Gold) (Kenny's Mix) - Ralphi Rosario
7. Tears (Classic Vocal) - Frankie Knuckles Presents Satoshi Tomiie
8. Can You Feel It (Original Instrumental Mix) - Mr. Fingers
9. No Way Back (Vocal Mix) - Adonis
10. Salsa House (Original Mix) - Richie Rich


1. Fine Time (Silk Mix) - New Order
2. Let It Roll (Vocal) - Doug Lazy
3. Musical Freedom - Adeva
4. I'm Every Woman (Remix) - Chaka Khan
5. Bass (How Low Can You Go) (Bomb The House Mix) - Simon Harris
6. We Call It Acieed (The Matey Mix) (Feat. Gary Haisman) - D-Mob
7. Hardcore Uproar (Original Version) - Together
8. Jibaro - Electra
9. Natural Thing (Elevation Mix) - Innocence
10. The Sun Rising - The Beloved


1. Hallelujah (Club Mix) - Happy Mondays
2. What Can You Do For Me - Utah Saints
3. Chime (Extended Version) - Orbital
4. Keep On (Clubbing) - Cabaret Voltaire
5. Ride On The Rhythm (Masters At Work Dub) - Little Louie Vega And Marc Anthony
6. Respect (The Dancing Danny D Remix) - Adeva
7. C'Mon And Get My Love (Dance Hall Mix) - Cathy Dennis With D-Mob
8. Back In My Life (Classic Mix) - Joe Roberts
9. Back To Love (Graeme Park Remix) - The Brand New Heavies
10. Son Of A Gun (Original Hooj 12" Mix) - Jx

12" Dance - House is available to buy now at the bargain price of 6.99 via Amazon.co.uk.

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