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Can You Deal With That? - Various - The Sound Of Young New York 2 (Vinyl)


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  2. Amazing compilation of late 80s house music from the label that brought you most of the good garage stuff. Just as house was becoming mainstream and making nights in the UK popular (Nude, Hot, Shoom), this compilation showcased some of the deeper stuff coming out of New York that peiople like Joey Negro were playing (and copying).
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  5. Aug 24,  · The Sound of Young New York might be the first disco-punk compilation, but it certainly won't be the last. But unlike its ironic, and ultimately untimely electro-punk cousin, this particularly-'80s-sounding alert avoids many of its previous contenders' shortcomings.9/
  6. The Sound of Young New York represents a time and place in New York s vibrant music scene. Compiled and mixed by Dominique Keegan, owner of Plant Music and Plant Bar, The Sound of Young New York attempts to compile music from a variety of New York producers and artists that have surfaced over the past year.4/5(1).
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  8. Installment number three is called The Sound of Young New York and Toronto. Plant decided that it couldn t hurt to add a few tracks from Toronto and the whole Vol 1, 2, 3 thing is a little lame. Again this compilation is delivered as a DJ mix on CD and unmixed on 2LP.5/5(1).

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