Hardfloor ‎– X-Mix - Jack The Box

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X-Mix (2)
CD, Mixed

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1 Hardfloor I Can't Complain
Written-By – O. Bondzio*, R. Zenker*
2 Bam Bam Where Is Your Child?
Written-By – Chris Westbrook
3 Co-Jack Nightshift
Written-By – Tillack*, O. Bondzio*
4 Phuture The Creator
Written-By – N. Jones*, Spanky
5 Armando Land Of Confusion
Written-By – Armando Gallop
6 Fast Eddie* Let's Go 3:37
7 Hardfloor Safety Razor
Written-By – O. Bondzio*, R. Zenker*
8 Housemaster Boyz* Housenation 4:27
9 Adonis No Way Back
Written-By – M. Smith*
10 Hardfloor Bodymove
Written-By – O. Bondzio*, R. Zenker*
11 DJ Pierre Box Energy
Written-By – N. Jones*, Spanky
12 Gentry Ice Do You Wanna Jack 3:20
13 Fast Eddie* Acid Thunder 2:57
14 Cool House Rock This Party Right 3:05
15 Steve Pointexter* Born To Freak
Written-By – S. Pointdexter*
16 Jack Frost Tom Tom
Written-By – M. Smith*
17 Phuture Spank Spank
Written-By – N. Jones*
18 Adonis The Poke
Written-By – M. Smith*
19 Spanky Acid House
Written-By – Spanky
20 Sleezy D. I've Lost Control
Written-By – Marshall Jefferson

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Total Playing Time 65:37
Full title: Hardfloor Presents X-Mix - Jack The Box.
CD is actually mixed by Oliver Bondzio.

Cat# appears as:
!K7068CD on CD
! k7068cd on spine
k7068cd on booklet

Title for track 19: 'Acid House' is a misprint.
Correct title for track 19: 'Acid Bass'
which can be found on: Acid Trax Volume 3 _ Trax Records – TX5007
Title for tracks 9 and 18 are inverted on sleeve

Made in Portugal.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 30003 70682 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 730003706820
  • Matrix / Runout: K7068CD (98069101)
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L061
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1N04
  • Label Code: LC 7306
  • Price Code: [43]

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCD-854, ! k7068cd, !K7068CD, k7068cd Hardfloor X-Mix - Jack The Box(CD, Mixed) P-Vine Records, Studio !K7, Studio !K7, Studio !K7 PCD-854, ! k7068cd, !K7068CD, k7068cd Japan 1998 Sell This Version
068 Hardfloor X-Mix - Jack The Box(VHS, Comp, Mixed, NTSC) Stud!o K7 068 US 1998 Sell This Version
!K7068LP Hardfloor X-Mix - Jack The Box - The Tracks(2xLP, Comp) Studio !K7 !K7068LP Germany 1998 Sell This Version
!K7068VHS, 068 Hardfloor X-Mix - Jack The Box(VHS, Comp, Mixed, PAL) Stud!o K7, Stud!o K7 !K7068VHS, 068 Germany 1998 Sell This Version


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July 17, 2021

Completely agree with AtomicCow's great review. This is hands down the best acid house mix ever put to CD and features the most legendary tracks of the era, mixed flawlessly by the Hardfloor boys, with several excellent acid tracks of their own for good measure. I never get tired of this mix, and while I will always love the first X-Mix by Paul van Dyk, I think this is the best one of the series.


June 2, 2019
A very decent bunch of real acid trax. I have a couple of the ones I like best on here, so on listening through I wasn't expecting to get that feeling you get when you discover a track you never knew existed and had never heard before ! But that happened, when I got to 'Spanky' - 'Acid House'. Very exciting, a wicked old acid track that sounds great that I only just discovered in 2019. So I go in search of it on here only to find pleanty of tracks by him called stuff like 'Acid Track' but never the one I'm looking for called 'Acid House'. to cut a long story short, anyone know where I can find this record by Spanky ?


July 27, 2007
edited over 14 years ago

A nice compilation of Acid House trax. It teleports you back in the best years of electronic music when inspiration seemed to be in every creators hands.
From the begining to the end it makes you flow through a wave of nostalgia without sounding dated. It's hot!
Find it, and let's Jack!


April 20, 2005
edited over 17 years ago

This is the best acid house compilation ever. The flow is absolutely perfect. You get a balance of well known tracks and somewhat more obscure one as well as four modern productions from Hardfloor. Normally you would frown at this sort of thing but these tracks sound completely authentic and easily on par with the old classics. The mastering is great giving the records an extra punch.