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90s House Music Classics Volume 4: Set U Free

As we continue our deep dive into the vibrant world of 90s House Music Classics, the ’90s present a pulsating playground where beats and basslines ruled. This was the era that saw Bill Clinton sworn in for a second term, but it was also when the world learned about Dolly the cloned sheep. While technology and politics had their own narratives, the cultural fabric of the time was threaded with music. The club scene, specifically, had its own set of anthems that could either fuel a dance marathon or carry someone through a heartbreak.

Pulse feat. Antoinette Roberson – The Lover That You Are (Hex Hector & Soul Solution Club Mix)

If you ever questioned the emotional depth house music could plumb, look no further. “The Lover That You Are” deftly merges the ethereal voice of Antoinette Roberson with Hex Hector and Soul Solution’s heart-pounding remix. Hex Hector, a Grammy Award-winning remixer, was at his zenith during this period, creating remixes that almost outshined the originals.

Hannah Jones – No One Can Love You More Than Me (Stonebridge Mix)

Stonebridge, an acclaimed DJ, adds his Midas touch to Hannah Jones’ “No One Can Love You More Than Me.” This remix isn’t just a tune; it’s a melodic tapestry that pushed the boundaries of how house music could sound. If you were in a club when this dropped, it was like a collective spiritual experience, a cathartic release on the dancefloor.

The Bucketheads – The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)

With a sonic nod to Chicago house, The Bucketheads released “The Bomb!” This track didn’t just dominate the club scene; it seeped into mainstream consciousness. Interestingly, the track samples “Street Player” by Chicago, a band whose roots trace back to rock and jazz fusion.

Aretha Franklin – A Deeper Love (C + C Music Factory Mix)

If any song could serve as a sonic representation of empowerment, it would be Aretha Franklin’s “A Deeper Love.” When you pair the Queen of Soul with the production prowess of C + C Music Factory, you get a track that goes beyond a simple club banger—it’s an anthem for the ages.

Judy Cheeks – As Long As You’re Good To Me (Love To Infinity’s Classic Paradise Club Mix)

By 1995, Judy Cheeks was already a staple in the house scene. But when Love To Infinity got their hands on “As Long As You’re Good To Me,” the song transformed into an epic narrative of love and longing, the kind that would leave the club crowd spellbound as the night wore on.

So why does this genre of 90s House Music Classics continue to captivate us? Perhaps it’s the way these tracks encapsulate a period of ingenuity and emotional depth, intertwining with the broader tapestry of ’90s culture. Or maybe, it’s the way these songs—remixed by the greats—allow us to travel back in time, to relive those fleeting moments of pure, unadulterated joy.

Until the next time…ENJOY!

Album : Set U Free | 90’s House Classics v4
Genre : Classic House
Year : 2010
Total Time : 1:21:42:00

1. Pulse feat. Antoinette Roberson – The Lover That You Are (Hex Hector & Soul Solution Club Mix)

2. Hannah Jones – No One Can Love You More Than Me (Stonebridge Mix)

3. Mighty Dub Katz – Magic Carpet Ride (Extended Version)

4. Planet Soul – Set U Free (Fever Mix)

5. The Bucketheads – The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) (Original Mix)

6. The Cardigans – Lovefool (Tee’s Freeze Club)

7. Toni Braxton – Un-Break My Heart (Soul Hex Anthem Vocal)

8. Diana King – Say A Little Prayer (Hot Tracks Remix)

9. Aretha Franklin – A Deeper Love (C + C Music Factory Mix)

10. Annie Lennox – No More ‘I Love You’s’ (Junior Vasquez Mix)

11. Barbara Tucker – Beautiful People (C.J.’s Club Mix)

12. Martha Wash – Carry On (Masters at Work 12” Dance Mix)

13. Judy Cheeks – As Long As You’re Good To Me (Love To Infinity’s Classic Paradise Club Mix)

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