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|1.||Barbara Tucker - "Beautiful People" (Underground Network mix) (8:58)|
|2.||Essence - "Moments In House" (Full Effect mix - DJ T edit) (6:17)|
|1.||Mole People - "Break Night" (13:04)|
|1.||DJ Sneak - "Keep On Groovin'" (Fat Bottom mix) (7:29)|
|2.||Wamdue Project - "King Of My Castle" (8:16)|
|1.||South Street Player - "(Who?) Keeps Changing Your Mind" (The Night mix) (7:41)|
|2.||Sole Fusion - "Basstone" (Underground Network mix) (7:19)|
Strictly Rhythm's 30th anniversary series of "Best Of" double-packs should be an essential purchase for all those looking to grab some high-grade U.S house from the 1990s and 2000s. As you'd expect, there's some genuine peak-time gold to be found on this second salvo in the series. After beginning with the bumping U.S garage richness of Barbara Tucker's gospel-flecked "Beautiful People", the set variously touches on glitchy deep house goodness (DJ T re-editing the "Full Effect" mix of Essence's "Moments In House"), stomping and muscular deep house (DJ Sneak), jazz-funk inspired house dreaminess (the original version of Wamdue's "King of My Castle") and ambidextrous dancefloor sweatiness (the Kenny Dope style breakbeats, heavy bass and woozy pads of Soul Fusion's "Basstone (Underground Network Mix)".