|1.||"DJ Beat That Shhh" (feat MD X-Spress)|
|2.||"Have It 4U Babe" (feat Jass Mann)|
|3.||"Move It, Work It"|
|1.||"The Frontier (9 - 1-1)"|
|2.||"The Wake-Up Call" (feat Dee Jay Alicia)|
|3.||"You R'" (feat JR Jordan)|
Astonishingly, My House From All Angles is Chicago house legend Mike Dunn's first album for some 27 years. Fittingly, it features a number of killer tracks that pay tribute to the early days of house music, including a swathe of heavy, on-point acid jackers. Dunn frequently takes to the mic, too, adding spoken word and hip-house style rap vocals to a handful of rambunctious, all-action cuts (check, for example, the Adonis style late night sleaze of "Coal Mine", "Let's Go" and "Move It, Work It"). Naturally, it's no all TB-303 heavy sweaty jackers, with Dunn wisely throwing in some sparkling Chi-town deep house and a handful of bumping, disco-sampling workouts. In other words, it's a killer collection of club tracks from one of Chicago's most underrated producers.
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