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Frankie Knuckles Presents: His Greatest Hits from Trax Records

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01
Let The Music Use You
Artist: The Nightwriters
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Move Your Body
Artist: Marshall Jefferson
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03
Waiting On My Angel
Artist: Jamie Principle
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Children Of The Night
Artist: Kevin Irving
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Your Love
Artist: Frankie Knuckles
6:45   $0.99
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La Vie
Artist: Screamin' Rachael
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Baby Wants To Ride
Artist: Frankie Knuckles
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Boom Boom
Artist: Dezz
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It's A Cold World
Artist: Frankie Knuckles
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Your Love (You Got The Love Remix)
Artist: Frankie Knuckles
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Bad Boy
Artist: Frankie Knuckles
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'Bad Boy'

Britster

'Baby Wants to Ride' is awesome and 'Your Love' is a stone-cold classic, a true alien UFO landing on our planet - but this is not the comprehensive illustration of Frankie Knuckles' talents, which often revealed themselves in his remixes. He is a New York post-Paradise Factory disco/Chicago house giant, so like me, you might find tracks like 'Bad Boy' interesting. It's unashamedly queer, and Hercules & Love Affair recently rerecorded it as R.E.B.E.L. (feat. Galore), so if that ain't hotter than a hottentot, I don't know what is!

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