and,. Purchasable with gift card. The best of the house remixes of the 99th Floor Elevators UK club classic, 'Hooked', ranging from Tony De Vit's timeless anthemic Trade mix through Richard Colman's Moroder-esque re-reub, Ben Preston's Stonebridge fave prog-house chugger, Nik Denton's percussive revamp and not forgetting 7th Heaven's unashamed homage to the TDV Trade classic
and,. A big favourite of the pioneering DJ, the much missed Tony De Vit, the 99th Floor Elevators 'Hooked' has been a long time Hard House anthem at legendary London club 'Trade' over 15 years after the track first appeared as a London white label. The track has appeared on albums for EMI, Virgin, Universal, BMG, the Ministry of Sound and long running Hard House stalwart Tidy.
99th Floor Elevators. Purveyors of uplifting housey dancefloor slammers and arms in the air classics.
The story behind ‘Hooked’. The first 99th Floor Elevators track, ‘Ice’ was spliced together on an Atari ST and Casio FZ-1 sampler at Beat Base studios in Wood Green, London with engineer/genius Aldwin Johnson pulling out all the stops to fit everything onto the massive four meg memory computer. Ice’ was a veritable audio quilt of sonic theft, with half inched vocals, Miles Davis on horns and En Vogue on backing vocals amongst others.
99th Floor Elevators - Hooked. Artist: 99th Floor Elevators.