A look at Cream Liverpool’s website… from 1997

Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be, as the saying goes, but Archive.org still throws up the odd gem – as I discovered the other day when I searched for

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Kraftwerk By Numbers…

What happens when Kraftwerk’s ‘Numbers’ comes on in the club? You get in line and wait your turn to bust a move of course… This has been doing the rounds

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THE FACE goes clubbing in Chicago, c.1986…

While I may have been too young to fully appreciate it at the time, THE FACE magazine was undoubtedly a barometer of the direction youth culture was headed in the

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #1: New Order – Blue Monday [1983]

Well, we’ve made it. Over the past 12 days, 909originals has brought you what it deems to be the most devastating track openers and incredible intros in the history of

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #2: Orbital – Chime [1990]

Second place in our 12 Tunes of Christmas rundown of the most incredible intros in dance music history is a track so epic that if aliens ever decided to swing

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #3: Underworld – Rez [1993]

To all intents and purposes, Underword’s Rez should never have been a hit. Having had limited success in the latter part of the 80s, the early 1990s saw Karl Hyde

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #4: Pump Panel – Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction) [1995]

We continue our countdown of the most inspirational intros in dance music history with a track that took three years to come to prominence, thanks to its inclusion in vampire

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #5: The KLF – What Time is Love? [1988]

With the return of the KLF earlier this year, perhaps Messrs Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond might be able to answer the question: ‘Did the KLF invent trance music’? Reportedly

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #6: X-101 – Sonic Destroyer [1991]

Continuing our look at the most impressive intros ever committed to wax, this next track not only made an aural impact, but also helped to launch a record label. X-101

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12 TUNES OF CHRISTMAS: Incredible Intros. #7: Aphex Twin – Come To Daddy [1997]

While yesterday’s review of Laurent Garnier’s Sound of the Big Babou highlighted that track’s haunted ambience, today’s might just scare the listener out of his or her wits completely. There

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