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187 Lockdown – Gunman (Original Mix) (1997)

EDMclassics | 12 January, 2022

187 Lockdown was a British speed garage act, comprising Danny Harrison and Julian Jonah. The duo produced one album, with four singles released from it, and remixed many songs towards the end of the 1990s. The duo also recorded under a number of other aliases, such as Gant, Ground Control, Nu-Birth and M Factor. Of these, M Factor was the most commercially successful, notching up a […]


Ruff Driverz – Don’t Stop (Ballistic Bass Mix) (1997)

EDMclassics | 25 August, 2021

Ruff Driverz were the aliases of British DJ / remixers Brad Carter and Chris Brown. The duo also recorded under the names 2000BC and Transit. In the late 1990s, the duo scored six dance hits in the UK. Two of these were also major successes on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States, where they were released on Tommy Boy Records. The flamenco-inspired “Dreaming” (featuring Katherine “Arrola” Ellis and credited as “Ruff Driverz Presents […]


Double 99 – Ripgroove (Original Mix) (1997)

EDMclassics | 24 March, 2021

Double 99, also known as R.I.P. Productions, were a UK garage duo which consisted of members Timothy Andrew Liken (Tim Deluxe) and Omar Adimora. They are best known for their sole UK chart hit single “RipGroove”, which reached No. 14 in its second release on the UK Singles Chart in 1997. The Original Mix is based on a series of […]


CRW – I Feel Love (R.A.F Zone Mix) (2004)

EDMclassics | 22 October, 2020

Italian all star group Andrea Remondini, Massimo Chiticonti, Mauro Picotto, Riccardo Ferri make up CRW. Mauro Picotto’s father ran a mason’s yard called CRW, a name Mauro would use as a pseudonym for his trance side-project. “I Feel Love” reached number 15 in 2000 in the UK charts.  


Serious Danger – Deeper (Part One) (1997)

EDMclassics | 17 September, 2020

Serious Danger (born Richard Philips) is an English garage and record producer. It reached the UK top 40, peaking at No. 40 on the UK singles chart, and also reached No. 1 on the UK dance singles chart in December 1997. “Deeper” uses the hook and bassline of the 1991 song “Liquid […]


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