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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    Another Beltram thing from period, with amens and scratching. How's that mix coming together Pearsall? I could probably chuck one together quite quickly too.
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    C&C Music Factory Dub Joey Beltram
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    How dare you suggest

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    How dare you suggest

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    How dare you suggest

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    How dare you suggest

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    How dare you suggest

    Ouch, but true.
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    Loads of records, but i am intrigued to know if there was even one club in NY where they got played.
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    DJ Duke alias Information Society alias
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    Carlos Berrios should probably get at least a mention in here
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    Well, i am just going to blow them by mentioning that apart from the early Frankie Bones related parties and Moby and Keoki at Limelight, was anyone even playing any of this stuff in NY? Certainly the djs i know from there say they never heard it. Storm Rave was thundering acid techno, and the...
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    There's a lot of NY stuff from this period that i have on vinyl, but isn't on youtube to share, so i might have to upload some of it and return.
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    This switches to breakbeats 1/4 of the way in Another Frankie Bones related production
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    Polka

    I feel like those just end up with the author inadvertently sounding like Patrick Bateman, but i can certainly add to some of the existing threads.
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    Polka

    What do you wanna know?
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    Polka

    This type of thing?
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