Danny Rampling has revealed that Phuture’s ‘Acid Tracks’ is the one track that he wished he had signed after hearing it at Amnesia Ibiza in 1987.
“This is the ultimate acid house track that pioneered the revolutionary acid 303 sound,” he told the Guardian during a recent crate digging interview.
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“Acid house wasn’t a British term to describe the music. Initially, the American producers coined the term and created the music. We embraced the music in the UK and shaped a movement. However, the UK tabloid press believed acid house music to be the work of the devil by sensationalising the biggest thing since punk rock.