Jerome Hill: Acid Mix 1987 - 2010 (2013)
Sunday, the perfect day to chill. And what suits this day better than Acid music? For those who just thought I gave them the perfect excuse to use acid: I am talking about Acid music, not drugs. Anyway, the mix. It's a mix made by Jerome Hill 6 years ago, and if you want to hear the classic anthems from 1987 until 2010, you are going to love this mix, if you haven't discovered it already.
Acid is a style which can be described as basic music making, but it's absolutely not! This was the birth sound of everything EDM related. Acid House and Techno have ment so much to us all, raving community,and yet sometimes it's just described as being basic. Yes, maybe the equipment used to compose these records are lacking any power (your mobile watch has got more power in it, compared to the PCs used back in 1990), but that doesn't mean it's lacking anything. It's the complete oppossite; this is timeless music. 32 years later and people are still loving it.
I am one of those who love Acid music. Acid House is just so perfect! I am truly in love, even though throughout its existense I was too young to understand what it was, and the true meaning behind it. But 32 years later I am feeling the same as those ravers in underground clubs, bunkers, and those that raved at remote locations, like in the middle of a bloody field. I am feeling it. And so should you!
01. Adrenalin M.O.D - Track This
02. Party Boy - Twilight Zone
03. Laurent X - Machines
04. Bobby Konders - Nervous Acid
05. Charles B - Lack Of Love
06. Rodney Bakerr - Flashback
07. MC Juice - Juiceapella
08. Adrenalin M.O.D. - Ecstasy
09. Technodelia - Technodellia
10. Phuture - Acid Tracks
11. Kool Rock Steady - I'll Make You Dance
12. Matt Whitehead - To The Beat (Don't 20)
13. Jared Wilson - Paris Massacre
14. Gesloten Cirkel - Swedish Woman
15. Basic Soul Unit - Jak'd Freq (Made Up Sound Remix)
16. Ceephax Acid Crew - Radiotin EP
17. Jared Wilson - Office Analogue
18. Moody Boys - Funky Zulu You're So Fresh
19. Basic Penetration - Penetration
20. Outrage - Too Much Energy
21. Ecstasy Club - Jesus Loves The Acid
22. Fuse - Substance Abuse
23. Fuse - FU2
24. Bam Bam - Give It To Me
25. Essit Musique - Essit Musique
26. Jared Wilson - Ghetto Blaster
27. Underground Resistance - Seawolf
28. Freddy Fresh - Punched Out
29. Wee Papa Girl Rappers - Heat It Up (Saunderson Remix)
30. Public Energy - Three 'o' Three
31. LD. Jam Inc - Uptown Dub
If you are old enough to remember these records, credits for still appreciating this music. Credits deserved to those who keep the sound alive and kicking. And credits to Jerome Hill, for making this nearly hour and 40 minute long mix, containing 31 records, and taking us to paradise on Earth.
The good thing about this mix, is the fact that he has also used 'brand new' Acid records. Not made 30 years ago, but back in 2010. Using the same approach to the sound, it just shows that the sound has never died,and will simply never die. Acid is the music that most of us (oldies) grew up with,and appreciated.
I can only give Jerome Hill credit for this wicked mix. Sorry it took 6 years for me to find it, but at least it's still online, and we can appreciate it.
The best record? To choose from 31 records wasn't easy, but 'Jesus Loves The Acid' to me remains the finest Acid House record of all time. Just such an anthem. Play it at any event, and the crowd will lose themselves.
A fantastic mix. Check this bad boy out! Keep it Acid, baby!
DJ: Jerome Hill
Mix Info: Acid Mix: 1987 - 2010
Length Mix: 01:39:35
Tracks: 31 (thirty-one)
Download/Listen (via Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN HERE
File Size: 227 MB
File Type: mp3
More Information: Jerome Hill - Soundcloud Page