Shut the F*** Up and Dance

Shut the F*** Up and Dance

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by Richard Vission
     
 
The 2000 edition for mixmaster Richard "Humpty" Vission's blueprint of hyperactive house sees the DJ racing through over 50 tracks in an hour flat, perfect for keeping the attention of everyone on the dancefloor and positively dizzying if you're playing at home. With the skills, pace, and deft timing of a hip-hop turntablist, Vission fuses the organic elements of

Overview

The 2000 edition for mixmaster Richard "Humpty" Vission's blueprint of hyperactive house sees the DJ racing through over 50 tracks in an hour flat, perfect for keeping the attention of everyone on the dancefloor and positively dizzying if you're playing at home. With the skills, pace, and deft timing of a hip-hop turntablist, Vission fuses the organic elements of house's roots (extroverted diva vocals, power-of-dance positivity, disco basslines) with the increasingly frenetic hardcore/trance of the '90s (pounding metallic effects, raging vocal samples). After hitting a few highlights early on (with Loop 303's "Loop 303" and his own "Everybody's Free"), Vission detours through harder techno (tracks from DJ Bam Bam, Frankie Bones, and DJ Hyperactive) before peaking exactly halfway through with the outboard hardcore jungle of Robot Man's "Robot Man" and a remix of N.W.A.'s "Dope Man." Vission also manages to break out a few house classics, including Ralphi Rosario's "You Used to Hold Me," the Masters at Work production "Love and Happiness" by River Ocean, and Armand Van Helden's "U Don't Know Me."

Product Details

Release Date:
06/20/2000
Label:
Rhino / Ada
UPC:
0016998140222
catalogNumber:
81402
Rank:
224285

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Tracks

  1. Introduction
  2. House Ain't Givin' Up
  3. Give It All You've Got
  4. Bambu
  5. Party People
  6. Breakdown
  7. Voodoo
  8. Disco Train
  9. People Mover
  10. Mind Trippin' 2000
  11. No More
  12. Do What You Want
  13. Loop 303/Imagination
  14. Musica
  15. The Launch
  16. Everybody's Free
  17. Lemmi See You Work
  18. Soundz
  19. Something Pumpin
  20. Reptilian Tank
  21. Reach Up
  22. J.A.K.A.T.T.A.K.
  23. Wake up the Funk
  24. You Used to Hold Me
  25. The Music
  26. Robotman
  27. Dopeman
  28. Get Get Down
  29. Groove On
  30. Rise
  31. (Just) Me and You
  32. Ghetto Blaster
  33. Hard Love
  34. Must Be the Music
  35. U Don't Know Me
  36. Lock K'loop
  37. Hazin' & Phazin'
  38. Chi's Revenge
  39. The Funk Returns
  40. When I'm With You
  41. In & Out of My Life
  42. Fly Away (Bye Bye)
  43. Burnt Disko
  44. Bad Enough
  45. My House
  46. Something's Goin' On
  47. Groove Buster
  48. Got to Dance Disco
  49. Shut the F*** up & Dance
  50. You Get Down
  51. Rocket
  52. Alright
  53. Love and Happiness
  54. DJ Saved My Life

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Richard Vission   Primary Artist
Ralphi Rosario   Track Performer
Frankie Bones   Track Performer
Xaviera Gold   Track Performer
Kevin Irving   Track Performer
Joey Negro   Track Performer
Darryl Pandy   Track Performer
DJ Bam Bam   Track Performer
Johnny Fiasco   Track Performer
DJ Hyperactive   Track Performer
Nina Lares   Track Performer
Flygang   Track Performer
DJ Jean   Track Performer
Aaron-Carl   Track Performer
Angel Alanis   Track Performer
Eddie Amador   Track Performer
Ray Krebbs   Track Performer
New Vision   Track Performer
Eyes Cream   Track Performer
One Phat Deeva   Track Performer
Hous-A-Holics   Track Performer
Paul Johnson   Track Performer
Duane Harden   Track Performer
George Centeno   Track Performer
Hit Squad   Track Performer
Primal Nation   Track Performer
Disco   Track Performer
Joker   Track Performer
Robot Man   Track Performer
Mystic 3   Track Performer
Josh Barnes   Track Performer
D'luxe   Track Performer
Elektro-Synthesis   Track Performer
Funkstar Criminal   Track Performer
Tyson Howell   Track Performer
K-Lib   Track Performer
Tony Leec   Track Performer
Loop 303   Track Performer
Chris Soppe   Track Performer
Unknown DJ's   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Richard Vission   Producer
Melissa Jones   Art Direction

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Shut the F*** Up and Dance 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is another great album form Humpty though this time going out on his own he does a fine job in keeping everyone's attention by sticking to the style that got him this far by racing through 54 tracks in less than an hour but it keeps you in the groove, a great album to listen to before you go out to the club!