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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.

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  • 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):

    Web 2.0 is so Madchester 87.


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