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Boomkat Product Review:
Seminal Chicago House music reissued for 1st time - and long overdue it is too. Boo Williams needs little introduction to the world's House cognoscenti: his 40-odd releases for the likes of Relief, Guidance and Ovum have established him as a master of deep, slinky, jackin' Chi-Town grooves. His 1996 side 'Home Town Chicago' was his second album release and contains eight definitive tracks of sophisticated, hardware-honed club music - the sort which still provides all night nourishment and inspiration to dancefloors from Berlin to Miami every weekend. The highlights here are almost too many to mention. At the top there's the deep blue, cruising title track and the deftly hypnotic 'Devil Muzik', while 'Make Some Noise' is a masterclass of instinctive, swinging House knowledge. Best of all is 'Lazy Mood' a subtly gripping lesson in the art of easy-rolling hypnosis, before the set rounds out with the stealthy developments of 'Old School Flavour' and the bumpty special 'Evil ways'. Simply, for the DJs at least half of these are stone cold club aces. Tip!