01. A1. "Hear Dis Sound"add_shopping_cart
02. B1. "Hear Dis Sound" (Livio & Roby remix)add_shopping_cart
03. C1. "Hear Dis Sound" (Roger Gerressen remix)add_shopping_cart
04. C2. "Hear Dis Sound" (D'julz remix)add_shopping_cart
05. D1. "Hear Dis Sound" (Per Hammar remix)add_shopping_cart
06. D2. "Hear Dis Sound" (Enzo Siragusa remix)add_shopping_cart
It is 20 years later and this record still stands the test of time.
I distinctly remember when this record dropped it was a huge game changer, and really put the thick tripped out sound of the West Coast on the map, and created a sound that would be imitated for a
while to come.
In the mid to late 90’s there were records by Dj Buck, Doc Martin, Leaf Recordings, Wicked, Come Unity etc that laid the foundation to this record by bringing the sound of the whole coast to the world. On “Hear Dis Sound” there was this perfect blend of the artwork done by Skribblez and this rich dubbed out party rocking set of tracks that captured something that had yet to be seen or heard on such a large scale as such a pivitol moment in the lineage of dance music.
This record opened so many doors for so many of us all over the world, whether you call it “West Coast house” or whether it fit into the new genre known as “Tech House” is irrelevant- it was a massive hit.
At the time this came out, I knew Hipp-e from the days of the underground rave circuit in North America from the 90’s and I didn’t really know Halo at all then as he was more a part of the midwest
North American scene, originally hailing from Chicago before moving to San Diego.
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