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Historical Archives Volume 9
"What may be the last vinyl volume of this series breaking out to the world the sound pioneered by Music Box DJ Ron Hardy in the late '80s. Once again we have paired the cool Euro sound with the hot American grooves as Anne Clarke goes up against Lil Louis. 'I remember Ron Hardy dropping Nitzer Ebb (hard industrial band) in between records by Marshall Jefferson and Adonis.' says Scott K. More club, Los Angeles 'in URB magazine there's an article on Felix Da Housecat where he mentions Frankie Knuckles dropping cuts from bands like New Order. He then credits (rightfully so) Ron Hardy for starting that.' 'Ron was more adventurous that Frankie Knuckles. Frankie would play straight disco but Ron would play all kinds of stuff. He'd play Eurythmics, he'd play Man Parrish, he'd play Shannon, right along with the disco. And man, he just stole all of Frankie Knuckle's crowd.' -- Marshall Jefferson. Deep underground Chicago staple of music played by the chosen few to the ones who truly know how deep it is. Now it's time for the masses to feel the real deepness of the true Chicago '80s era of music. Only ten percent of what happened here in the '80s, is known to the rest of the world. Don't you want to be a member?"