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Various - Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93) album mp3

Various - Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93) album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93)
Country: UK
Released: 2013
Style: House, Acid House
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 841
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Acid devotees or first timers will be again pleased by the selections on this second double LP helping of Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone from Soul Jazz. Differing from the first selection, it dips a little further into the less known clubbier variations of the acid house subgenre.

Acid House Club/Dance House. Soul Jazz Records Presents Acid-Mysterons Invade the Jackin' Zone: Chicago Acid and Experimental House 1986-93.

Though their 12-minute opus "Acid Tracks" isn't on Soul Jazz's two disc survey Acid: Mysterons Invade the Jackin’ Zone, the compilation's 22 songs give a thorough overview of the genre's local legacy. Though their 12-minute opus "Acid Tracks" isn't on Soul Jazz's two disc survey Acid: Mysterons Invade the Jackin’ Zone, the compilation's 22 songs give a thorough overview of the genre's local legacy.

Heavyweight legendary acid house music figureheads such as Larry Heard, Phuture (DJ Pierre, Spanky), Armando, Marshall Jefferson, K-Alexi, Farley Jackmaster Funk and more all feature in Soul Jazz Records new highly stylised album compilation of classic and rare Chicago acid and experimental house music from 1986-93  . How will this raving insanity end? With this album, Soul Jazz Records return to Chicago's acid house music scene, following on from their earlier 'Acid-Can You Jack?' which has also been newly remastered and is being reissued next month.

Mr. Fingers is the Captain Scarlet of a fine collection that includes the world’s first illustrated history of Chicago House comic book. Soul Jazz just keep on giving. Various Artists Freedom Jazz France. Spiritual jazz from across La Manche has never sounded so good

The London-based Soul Jazz label has announced details of a forthcoming compilation, Acid - Mysterons Invade The Jackin’ Zone: Chicago Acid and Experimental House 1986-1993 (artwork above), which is due for release on April 2. The two-disc (or double-vinyl, for those so inclined) package compiles digitally remastered versions of acid-house classics from its integral years in Chicago, as well as a graphic novel, a collectors postcard set, and stickers. Various Artists Acid: Mysterons Invade the Jackin' Zone-Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93.

info vade-the-Jackin’kbps-mp3-(sizz Music. ch vade-the-Jackin’kbps-mp3-(sizz Music. eu VA-Acid Mysterons Invade the Jackin’ Zone Chicago Acid and Experimental House 1986- 320kbps mp3 (sizzler) audio. 101. Acid Wash - Hallucinate. mp313 MB. 102. Risque Rythum Team - The Jackin' Zone. mp315 MB. 103. Armando - 15. p315 MB. 104. A Black Man, A Black Man and Another Black Man - I Believe.

Tracklist

Acid Wash Hallucinate 5:26
Risqué Rhythm Team The Jacking Zone 6:19
Armando 151 6:31
A Black Man, A Black Man And Another Black Man I Believe 6:02
Phuture Pfantasy Club* Slam 5:38
Mr. Fingers Can You Feel It 5:45
J.M. Silk Music Is The Key (Basement Key) 5:49
Pleasure Zone I Can't Understand 5:26
James "Jack Rabbit" Martin Rabbit Trax I 6:20
The Children Freedom (Factory Mix) 7:25
Mr. Fingers Ecstasy 5:38
Acid Wash Love Trak 3:49
Devotion Strength Of Bass 4:06
Virgo Go Wild Rhythm Trax No. 3 3:01
The Housemaster Boyz House Nation 8:09
Cool McCool* World Turn Around 6:24
Mr. Fingers Washing Machine 4:18
Rocky Jones The Choice Of A New Generation 4:59
Adonis No Way Back 4:56
The Unknown Abstract Expressionism 7:11
Mr. Fingers The Juice 5:03
Bizzy B* The Night Calls 5:51

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SJR CD266 Various Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93) ‎(2xCD, Comp) Soul Jazz Records SJR CD266 UK 2013
SJR LP266-Record A Various Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93) (Record A) ‎(2xLP, Comp) Soul Jazz Records SJR LP266-Record A UK 2013
SJR LP266-Record B Various Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93) (Record B) ‎(2xLP, Comp) Soul Jazz Records SJR LP266-Record B UK 2013
SJR CD266 , SJR CD/LP 266 Various Acid: Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone (Chicago Acid & Experimental House 1986-93) ‎(2xCDr, Comp, Promo) Soul Jazz Records, Soul Jazz Records SJR CD266 , SJR CD/LP 266 UK 2013


Reviews (12)
Shakataxe
Yes, the music is great &, the packaging is cool. Sound wise, this is surely another embarrassment for Soul Jazz Records. A simple way to find out is to record the CD to your computer & compare the sound quality of 'Can You Feel It' & 'No Way Back' against the quality of the Warp Records 10+ 1 Influences CD, say, or other high quality versions. There is a big difference - the SJR recordings are muddy & stale in comparison. On the plus side, the Rocky Jones track makes this a real keeper for now!

Agarus
The sound of the tracks is really muddy and of low quality.

Dolid
The sound of the tracks is really muddy and of low quality.

Vishura
Nice selection of tracks on this comp: not only the usual suspects. I have an issue with the mastering though. Although it is not bad from a strictly technical viewpoint, Souljazz have not at all proven able to transmit the true sound of acid house. It´s almost a fake. The original records are far from HiFi, they have some distortion in them and a characteristic kind of spaciousness in the relationship between drums and synths which is hard to describe. This space between the instruments, extremely important for the alive feeling of the tracks, is completely lost in the artificially tight, clean and balanced, somewhat plasticky mastering on this sampler. Doesnt bite and kick anymore. It´s almost a bit like having the body but not the soul. Don´t believe you can get a real grasp of true house sound from samplers like this! Its great as a roadmap, but the map is only a dry representation of the real world.

Fonceiah
Yeah and really crap artwork to boot! A road map to the new generation but as we are the older school I would have thought SOUL JAZZ would have kept it that way like the reggae soul funk comps that they release! We want to hear the blood sweat and tears coming from that old technology! But saying that the killer track here is No3 ;)

Binar
Nice selection of tracks on this comp: not only the usual suspects. I have an issue with the mastering though. Although it is not bad from a strictly technical viewpoint, Souljazz have not at all proven able to transmit the true sound of acid house. It´s almost a fake. The original records are far from HiFi, they have some distortion in them and a characteristic kind of spaciousness in the relationship between drums and synths which is hard to describe. This space between the instruments, extremely important for the alive feeling of the tracks, is completely lost in the artificially tight, clean and balanced, somewhat plasticky mastering on this sampler. Doesnt bite and kick anymore. It´s almost a bit like having the body but not the soul. Don´t believe you can get a real grasp of true house sound from samplers like this! Its great as a roadmap, but the map is only a dry representation of the real world.

Nafyn
I agree. These tracks could have benefited from using an older lathe--like a Scully--to cut the lacquers.

Topmen
For the purists this is maybe not enough. But it will sell because the handfull of essential wanted dancefloor anthems are there on this vinyls. Get it while you can forget! Oh yeah the version of can you feel it is the instrumental version.

Kendis
Sorry to buck the trend but as an acid-lover, this is poor. Barely a 303 in ear-shot. And obscure doesn't necessarily mean any good. A lot of half-baked ideas from producers who thought they'd have a stab at it cos everyone else was and their lack of creativity and ingenuity shows through. I kept one track. Pah!

Vobei
#HaikuReviewsAcid - "Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone" (SoulJazz)"Altogether now!Nerp-nip-NEEEEEEOW-NOING-nip-nip!Acid test? Still FRESH!"

Purebinder
A great new compilation from Soul Jazz, following on from 2005's "Acid: Can You Jack?" (which is also repressed to coincide with this new release.)OK strictly speaking not every track on here is Acid, but I'll let that one go. The great thing about it is that while there are several well known acknowledged classics on here (151, Slam, Washing Machine, House Nation, No Way Back etc), these merely seem to be there to cement what is in fact primarily a collection of more obscure tracks of equivalent quality. Most of the above named tracks have appeared on several compilations over the years, so if it consisted only of such tracks, this release would probably not be essential to Chicago connoisseurs, but only useful as a round-up for those who are new to the music or who have never bought them before. But with super in-demand tracks such as Rabbit Trax, and obscurities such as World Turns Around, Abstract Expressionism and Acid Wash, it is on another level.I for one have been into Chicago and Acid House since I first heard it in 86 and 87, but at the time I was a student with no access to import shops, nor the funds to buy them anyway. In spite of having a couple of dozen UK vinyl and CD compilations of Chicago and Acid House, a full half the tracks on here are ones I have never encountered before. - Bravo!By the way, if you can afford it, get the 2 double vinyl packs; the pressing quality is excellent, the graphic artwork looks great across the gatefold sleeve, and you get a 320kbps MP3 download included.

Exellent
2Luxx hard_boxx card postcard set & stickers, accompanied by a grphic novel.......; 'morning aciiid, afternoon aciiid, eveniiiing aciiid, night aciiid,

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