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At the end of the song, Madonna and the two backup dancers descend into a literal ring of fire. Her original recording of the song was included on DJ Devious - Millennium Fever/Give It To Me (Vinyl) soundtrack album for the American musical dramedy filmThe Fighting Temptationsin which she also had a leading role.

Elliott suggested to the singer to record "Fever" as it was one of his favorite songs. When she got a role in The Fighting Temptationsthe song seemed "perfect" for it as stated by Elliot. In a review of the show, Dave Simpson from The Guardian felt that the performance of "Fever" was "a note perfect if pointless version" of the original.

During the end, she turns and says "Catch the fever", the tagline of the fragrance. In an interview with Women's Wear Dailythe singer described the sexual tone of the video stating: "My sexiest moments are when I'm just getting out of the tub or the shower and I'm clean, so I wanted to incorporate that in the ads. The dress was this liquid-y satin. The song Fever I did years ago and always loved it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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DJ JD. B1 Hedgehog Affair - Parameters [Basement]. B7 Hedgehog Affair - Parameters [Basement]. B9 Doc Scott - N. S Disco Remix [Absolute 2]. B12 e. Posted 25 November - PM. Urban Hype PA. Trumpton Remix. A1 Neuromancer - Pennywise - Symphony sounds. A3 Egyptian Empire - Horn Track. A4 A5 A6. A9 mph. B2 Wax Doctor. B7 Undercover Elephant - Pyscho Sounds. B10 Origination - Breakdown. B11 Dub War - Chapter 3. DJ Rock. Mickey Finn. A6 Oaysis - Incredible Bass [Formation]. A13 Neuromancer - Pennywise [Symphony Sound].

B3 Mastersafe - Monster Sound [Formation]. B5 Dancemaster - Shine [Kikman]. DJ Krome. Kids they come out yo play?? B2 Noise Factory - Futuroid - 3rd Party. B10 Jungle rock?? Hector C. A1 DJ Crystl A2 Skanna - Ceasefire [White House]. Then, injust as jungle was fully coalescing from the madness, they dropped 'Parallel Universe'which combined every influence, every emotional mode of rave, and more into a glorious, chaotic, cosmic exploration.

Soul, Detroit techno, electronica, spiritual jazz, and sampling technology pushed way beyond its capabilities all orbited their singular vision creating something that — though moments can sound very much of their time thanks to that sampler abuse — still stands up as one of the most ambitious dance records ever made.

They knew that techno was as much about subtlety as rowdy impact and, fuelled by an obsession with the most far-out ad hoc techniques of Jamaica's dub originators, they set about remaking the machine beats as an immersive bath of sound. Layer upon layer of echo and tape hiss, microscopic surface details made dramatic, and vast waves of bass: it sounded both completely alien and like it had always been there. And it changed everything. In fact, so ubiquitous is their sound pallet now that if you heard this for the first time it could be hard to believe it's a quarter century old.

Techno around the early 90s was in its most fertile, formative and revolutionary phase. It was a sound that acted as a militant rebellion in a heated Detroit, one that was brimming with racial tension and social injustice. Another, albeit later, member of Underground Resistance, Hood soon became the master of stripped back, minimal techno.

The sound of printers malfunctioning and computers melting might be a nightmare in real life situations but IDM producers such as Autechre turn the stuttering sound of a machine glitching into abstract musical beauty. Its distinctly metallic sound palette was eerie, robotic and weirdly melodic. No doubt it was ahead of its time when it was released, with the crunching abstract percussion and flashing lasers being a more pervasive influence on experimental music now through labels like UIQ.

This darker, more menacing side of IDM and electro had a different appeal to some of the more emotionally driven records at the time. It has undoubtedly come to inform a lot of the colder and crunchier sides of club music, abstract grime and techno that has been released in the past few years.

Jungle — proper full-bore, thousand-break-edits-a-minute, police-sirens-and-barking-pitbulls, murderous-ragga-sampling jungle — was never destined to be an album artform. It just moved too fast in every sense. Forged properly inby the end of it was all but dissipated as a dozen new drum 'n' bass forms took over. Mostly it exists now via endless brilliantly shonky compilations, and MC-slathered mixtapes capturing the madness of radio and raves. Somehow, though, Andre Williams aka Shy FXthough still not even legally allowed into clubs as he slipped in under the wire in September of '95, managed the impossible and condensed all that junglist energy into a full-length album.

He'd already created scene defining anthems DJ Devious - Millennium Fever/Give It To Me (Vinyl) 'Gangsta Kid' and 'Original Nuttah' both included herebut showing a furious focus, he managed to build an album that not only maintained the momentum but held together in its own right. All of bass music since — from the crazed breakcore cut-ups of Venetian Snares and co through the bassweight of DMZ to new generationz of London teenagers — owes Shy FX a debt of gratitude, but more than that, he's still applying the same focus to the scene to this day.

For every action there is a reaction, and in the mid-to-late 90s house scene it was Moodymann. While Larry Heard was the stately father figure of deep houseMoodymann announced himself as its twisted uncle who would let you smoke a joint in his lounge before handpicking records for you to listen to.

Only an enigma like Moodymann could have that impact on entire generations of musicians. Before the Grammys. Before The Pyramid.

Before the robot masks. Off the back of two tracks, 'The New Wave' which would later evolve in 'Alive' and 'Da Funk'the pair were signed to Virgin, through which they released 'Homework' named because it was recorded in Thomas' bedroom.

On the face of it, it was a nod to the dance music world that had come before them but it would go on to write dance music's future. Producers at the time were convinced it had to have been created using some newfangled recording software, only to discover it was spliced together using an old Roland TR and snippets of Elton John and Barry Manilow records.

Younger fans may prefer the more polished and accessible sound of 's Discovery. Nick Stevenson. And their second album was the one that set them on the path to becoming a globe-conquering festival behemoth. By calling in vocalists like Noel Gallagher, and playing concert venues like Brixton Academy to support the album as opposed to DJing in clubs, The Chems were able to appeal to an audience more used to gig-going and guitar music as much as they were able to appeal to the dance music faithful.

Some might accuse them of pandering to traditionalists by positioning themselves in the rock world as much as the dance music world, but every act that makes the switch from club DJing to being a touring live act Bicep and Dusky are two recent examples owe a debt to The Chems and this album. If a pub quiz threw up a question about a game-changing drum 'n' bass or jungle album in the '90s, chances are it'd be Goldie's 'Timeless' scrawled on the result papers, rather than Photek's debut album.

It came three years into Photek's career, in which he'd carved a reputation for producing apocalyptic tracks like 'The Seven Samurai' or hyper-percussive classics like 'Consciousness'. While jungle sounded like a combination of rigorous basslines and a smattering of percussion sent from the future when it arrived in the early '90s, Photek took the idea of futurism hundreds of years further on 'Modus Operandi'. Yet in between this there's the serene '' and suave, Pink Panther -esque title track proving jungle artists aren't only inclined to make tunes for a grotty dance.

The album did so well it opened the door for fellow junglists Source Direct to release an album on Science in ' Dave DJ Devious - Millennium Fever/Give It To Me (Vinyl). When two brothers from rural Scotland released an album that twirls through mystic ambient, robotic vocal samples and lightly bobbing IDM init changed dance music forever.

It sat comfortably beside IDM such as Aphex Twin and Autechre but it also conveyed the nostalgic and emotional role that voices have played in bands the duo have been influenced by — such as Beach Boys and My Bloody Valentine. Through analogue synths and drum programming that was lengthily laboured over, Boards Of Canada created an incredibly emotional sound. While the individual tracks of Air's debut album are intricately crafted gems the string sections alone were recorded in Abby Roadit's what the album pioneered that places it on this list.

In a tidal wave of Dutch laser-kissed trance, pre-donk hoover-bassed hard house DJ Devious - Millennium Fever/Give It To Me (Vinyl) the Champagne-breathed swagger of lates speed garage were washing through clubs, bars, airwaves and holiday resorts. It was an overwhelming period of extremes and excess; vodka Red Bull was outselling lager, DJs were becoming mega-rich superstars and Mitsubishi pills were making clubland intensely emotional.

The album defined the calm after the strobe-storm; 'Chill' — or 'Chill Out' as it had somewhat cringingly been tagged — became the adopted after-genre by clubbers of DJ Devious - Millennium Fever/Give It To Me (Vinyl) day. Well, not until next weekend any way. Electro is electro because of the vast works of staggered, frenetic art that James Stinson and Gerald Donald created.

This little ripper comes in at 2. UK garage — which Skinner ploughed so furtively for much of his debut — had reached its commercial zenith the previous year and the super club bubble of the late 90s had well and truly burst.

To a new generation of teens, the sounds of stripped-back garage rock emanating out of New York started to seem more appealing than the latest house or garage record. But with his tales of first time Es, kebab shop fights and neglected loves, Mike Skinner managed to build a bridge between two generations of British ravers.

For those in their early teens, it was a road map for all that was to come. UK garage, ska and hip hop were all put through the blender alongside stories of characters we had all met and nights out we had all had… or were certainly going to have. But 16 years on, the true size of its influence keeps growing, with everyone from Kojey Radical to Jamie xx singling it out as one of the most important British albums of a generation. Before Dizzee Rascal introduced himself looking menacing in that bright yellow corner, the word 'grime' to the mainstream consciousness would have just been something seen on bottles of kitchen cleaning products.

Even after he won the Mercury Prize there was no name-check for the genre in the Guardian 's article announcing his accolade. But anyone who'd grown up listening to pirate radio in the time UK garage was transitioning into a darker sound would've known exactly what Dizzee's coming together of chaotic kicks, harrowing melodies and tales of LDN life was. Rusto Sicc OG Jul 11, Nov 2, 8, 63 Impeccable collection. May 15, 1, 0. Dz Nutts Radio dznuttsradio. Jan 27, 2, 4 0 41 www. Nov 1, 2, 77 48 I know he is on another album called Hooked on Cronics.

Apr 7, 2, 63 He's got everything Feb 8, 3, 2, Jun 21, 1, 93

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