We're not done celebrating our 10th Anniversary at Still Music and we've decided to continue diggin' for some treats from our vaults.
After we've released the critically acclaimed "Kill Yourself Dancing! The Story Of Sunset Records Inc. 1985-89", a lot of our friends were asking us for some specific 12"s to be repressed. We felt obliged to comply and here we go with three of the most significant 12"s from Sunset Records Inc.
Let's start at the beginning with a one of the first house 12" released in Chicago in 1985 by Razz aka Matt Warren & Ralphi Rosario.
Razz - Kill Yourself Dancing - 12"
Cat # SUN-2766-R
A1 - Kill Yourself Dancing
A2 - Say It
B1 - Pump It Up
B2 - Razz-Matazz
This 12" was mixed by the mighty Farley Jackmaster Funk and recorded at the seminal Chicago Trax studios where legendary Chicago classics records were produced. Matt and Ralphi where childhood friends and this is what they wanted to do in '85, a 12" that they could play out at their parties...
The result is stunning and is one of the rarest document to the birth of House music in Chicago.