Eightball Records Compilation – Vol. 1+2

//Eightball Records Compilation – Vol. 1+2
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Eightball Records Compilation – Vol. 1+2


Eightball Records Compilation, Vol. 1+2

All files are in Wave 16Bit Stereo – CD Quality

  1. Jazz Not Jazz Revelations – Smash Hunter | Duration: 5.23 Mins
  2. DJ Smash Scat Jam – Smash Hunter | Duration: 2.36 Mins
  3. Jazz Not Jazz Flip And Trip (feat. Jon Shaft) – Smash Hunter | Duration: 5.45 Mins
  4. Jazzy Grooves Superstar – Smash Hunter | Duration: 4.26 Mins
  5. Push It To Limit – Fred Jorio | Duration: 4.47 Mins
  6. Lectroluv Theme – Fred Jorio | Duration: 5.40 Mins
  7. Transphonix The Deep End – Smash Hunter | Duration: 7.24 Mins
  8. Lectroluv Romance (feat. Lectroluv) – Fred Jorio | Duration: 7.00 Mins
  9. Ebony Soul I Can Hardly Wait – Victor Simonelli | Duration: 5.26 Mins
  10. Jazzy Grooves Huh – Smash Hunter | Duration: 4.50 Mins
  11. Child Of Slan Always Say Ever – Robert Aaron | Duration: 5.28 Mins
  12. Goodbye (feat. Joi Cardwell) – Robert Aaron | Duration: 6.04 Mins
  13. Jazz Not Jazz Jack In The Jazz  (feat. Guido) – Smash Hunter | Duration: 4.37 Mins
  14. Wall Of Sound Penetration – Mood II Swing | Duration: 5.34 Mins
  15. Lectroluv It’s So Right – Fred Jorio | Duration: 5.25 Mins
  16. Intoxication  (feat. Edwige) – Robert Aaron | Duration: 5.50 Mins
  17. Crepuscule (feat. Katrina Vaughn) – Groove Thing | Duration: 4.55 Mins

Product Description

Eightball Digital is proud to present the reissue in remastered form of the “Eightball Records Compilation Volume 1+2”.

Originally out in 1993, they showcase early work of the label with tracks of artists such as Fred Jorio aka Lectroluv, Joi Cardwell, Louie “Balo” Guzman, Mood II Swing, Jazz Not Jazz, Jazzy Grooves and Robert Aaron.

Exclusive to this digital release there is a bonus dj-mix recorded live in eary 2016 by Manny Cuevas aka DJM-TRAXXX.

Manny Cuevas aka DJM-TRAXXX quickly became a force for pushing the burgeoning sound of Chicago house and Detroit techno at parties, on the airwaves, through his radio shows WPRK 91.5FM and through productions. Expanding beyond showcasing himself, he’d host many world renowned DJs and producers throughout the years with guests like Carl Craig, Roy Davis Jr., Armand Van Helden, DJ Sneak, DJ Duke and DJ Pierre. Manny was a feature himself on terrestrial radio in Miami and New York, as well as worldwide online radio stations.

On the production and label side of things, Manny played an integral role in helping the infamous Wild Pitch creator and acid house inventor DJ Pierre get his Afro Acid Digital label off the ground as head A&R. A highlight year for DJ M-TRAXXX, 2009 saw him remixing Louie Vega, DJ Pierre, and his mentor Junior Vasquez. He would also earn his way onto Vasquez’s “Generation Next” compilation on Tommy Boy Record/Silver Label.

Two years later his original production “House Thunda” was included in Snuff Crew’s benefit compilation Snuff Trax for Japan. Manny Cuevas’ productions have seen support from Robert Owens, Farley “JackMaster” Funk, Roy Davis Jr., Tyree Cooper, and, of course, DJ Pierre and Junior Vasquez. Support has also come direct from modern mainstays as diverse as Hercules and Love Affair, with DJ-MTRAXXX sitting atop Andy Butler’s chart to close out 2014.


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