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|1.||Crystalite - "Cut By A Laser"|
|2.||Kevin Starke - "151" (Kstarke version)|
|1.||Unknown - "Track 1" (Ron Hardy edit)|
|2.||Traxmen - "No Way Back"|
|1.||Jordan Zawideh - "Newton's Sleep"|
|2.||Jackmaster Hater - "Drum Track"|
|1.||Jackmaster Hater - "Tracky 2"|
Kevin "Jackmaster Hater" Starke is something of a Chicago house archivist. As owner of the Wndy City's Kstarke Records (and a clutch of spin-off labels), Starke owns an impressive collection of rare tracks - mostly on cassettes - that were reportedly traded between the city's most high profile DJs during the 1980s. With a little help from Still Music boss Jerome Derradji, he's decided to gather some of these tracks together on The House That Jackmaster Hater Built Part 1. For those interested in the history of Chicago house, it's a tantalising proposition. Certainly, there's an illicit feeling about much of the raw, hissing, drum-heavy material on this first vinyl doublepack, from the Italo-influenced opener from Crystalite, to the previously unheard - and unknown - Ron Hardy edit that opens side two.
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