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Boomkat Product Review:
Still Music's Jerome Derradji and Kevin Starke ov Kstarke Records present a unparalleled haul of hitherto hidden Chicago house weapons in 'The House That Jackmaster Hater Built'. Mixing previously unreleased diamonds that used to be traded on tape between the likes of Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles, along with some of Starke's own Jackmaster Hater edits and productions, plus loads more, you kinda get the sense you should be pinching yourself when listening to joints like the demented Ron Hardy edit of 'Happiness' or the freakishly raw funk of the JD edit for Terrence Woodard's 'Jack The Box'. To be fair, I think a couple of the other Ron Hardy Hardy edits have previously appeared on those bootlegs 12"s, definitely the DJ Rush one at least, but we've never seen them on CD before, and when you factor in the likes of James "Jack" Rabbit's ferocious acid blueprints, the sci-fi weirdness of 'Newton's Sleep' by Jordan Zawideh, or Crystalite's Italo-esque zinger, 'Cut By A Laser', it becomes a real no brainer. Highly recommended!!!