Dynam'hit - Europop Version Française 1990-1995
"Real" house music emerges in early 80's Chicago (where the Warehouse club, which allegedly gave its name to the genre, closes down in 1983). England's acid house and Belgium's new beat, its European offshoots, fed the cravings of tabloids in 1988 and 1989. The house music we're interested in though, the type bound to soon overwhelm European charts, is already pretty far away from the Afro-American music born in Chicago. So far away it inherited a new name: dance music. Just like it had been the case with disco a few years back, house and techno aren't exactly in the good books - acid house and new beat even less so. And it's precisely the genre's mainstream iteration this compilation focuses on; the house en Français, which strives to get on board the running train in 1990.
The house which sports the all-over jean look, bandana, cap, chewing gum, Peugeot 205 complete with snazzy beats on the radio. The big deal big fuss type, miles away from the original, underground house. It might not have been born in the nineties, but that's clearly when house music became mainstream.
- Marie Touchet - Collège Infernal (House Paradis Version)
- Michel Moers - La Route
- Anne Zamberlan - Attention Danger
- Thalie - C'est Pas Sorcier
- Histoires De Filles - House Tube
- Fred De Fred - En Amour
- Techno 90 - Everybody Dancing
- Jean-François Maurice - Top Model
- Claire An - Près De Toi (Je Nai Pas Peur)
- Artiste Inconnu - Opium (Pirate Mix)
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