Boomkat Product Review:
Remastered versions of the infinitely influential Chicago classic. As history tells us, Spanky and Herb J's 'Acid Tracks' (1987) was the first house track to mis-use the soon-to-be ubiquitous Roland TB303 bassline sequencer (although the credit for its first ever use goes to Chris Carter and Charanjit Singh) and it's rarely sounded as vital, virulent, visceral ever since. This remastered version gives it a much needed boost where it's needed, ready to soundtrack many more years of smoke-grabbing, laser-chewing dancefloor madness. Always recommended.