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1988 - Recording from Spectrum at Heaven, London


A balearic acid house mix recorded in 1988 at clubnight Spectrum at Heaven, London. The DJ behind the decks is unknown, but possible cadidates are Paul Oakenfold or J. Walker who were resident DJ's at Spectrum.

Heaven was opened in December 1979 by Jeremy Norman in a former, run-down roller-disco called Global Village, which was housed in the arches beneath Charing Cross railway station, The club, which still excists, appeals predominantly (but not exclusively) to the gay market. It is located underneath Charing Cross railway station in Central London, just off Trafalgar Square.

After Paul Oakenfold's return from Ibiza Spectrum opened on April 11, 1988 and grew out of Future, which was held at the Sanctuary (now the Soundshaft) next door to Heaven, and was annexed by it. An amazing 1,500 capacity for a Monday night, and as many again queuing outside. Spectrum eventually became The Land Of Oz.

image: Spectrum, Heaven in 1988


part 1
1.You Used To Hold Me (Kenny Jason mix) - Ralphi Rosario, Xaviera Gold
2.Let The Music Use You - The Nightwriters
4.Can You Party - Royal House
5.A Day In The Life - Todd Terry
6.!The Poke! - The Endless Poker's
8.!The Poke! - The Endless Poker's
9.Acid Tracks - Phuture
10.Pump Up London - Mr Lee
11.Give It To Me (original 12 mix) - Bam Bam
12.Big Fun (Original 12'' Mix) (original 12'' mix) - Inner City
14.Shout - Jack Frost & The Circle Jerks


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