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Housey Doingz
A Sillybration II

A Sillybration II




1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Aug 14, 2024

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Sushitech has always done a fine job of preserving and spotlighting the roots of house and techno and some of its key protagonists. This second volume of A Sillybration does that once more by bringing together some of the most sought-after tunes and vital classics from legendary UK talents Terry Francis, the late Nathan Coles, Laurant Webb, Dave Coker and Justin Bailey aka Housey Doingz. Of these 16 plenty of them have only ever been released once so are pricey if you want an original, and some have never been on wax before, at all. They have all been re-mastered directly from the original DATs and make for a vital collection of dance floor heaters that have aged like fine wine.

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The Poet (version)


Cockney Doings


Brothers (Mellow mix)


Brother In Bump


Chess With Dwarves


Dwarves In Dub (Uncut mix)




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