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Then came the S'express: late-1980's/early 90's house/dance party/madchester crossover, that led me to Hip House (when the first mixes of hip hop and house were done - Jungle Brothers were the kewl Commercial ones "Girl I'll House You" and the underground master was Todd Terry, who used to be remixed at 5am in the morning - nightclubs were no fun once u were legal) There was that Detroit Sound too influencing harder electronic.
I think it'd be very 90s with lots of throwback britpop & madchester stuff with maybe one or two rave bangers chucked in for good measure.
Enterprise Web 2.0 Mashups are being riffd on over at MarketWatch (it's kinda stating the obvious, but it's probably also true - u find it especially true when the new breed of entrepreneurs is the age u were the first time around this dotcom thang .. u can probably see why i rented party monster not for the party .. for the obvious parallels between house scene/madchester/detroit/late 80's vs 90's techno kids .. anyway i digress):
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