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Only 4 U: The Sound of Cajmere & Cajual Records (1992-2012)


Download links and information about Only 4 U: The Sound of Cajmere & Cajual Records (1992-2012). This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 03:22:45 minutes.

Release date: 2012
Genre: Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 29
Duration: 03:22:45
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No. Title Length
1. Percolator (Original Mix) [Remastered] (Cajmere) 4:46
2. Conflict (Cajmere) 7:17
3. Chit Chat (Clubhouse Remix) (Cajmere) 4:34
4. Brighter Days (Louie's Masters At Work Mix) [feat. Dajae] (Cajmere) 10:40
5. Dream State (feat. Derrick Carter) (Cajmere) 7:02
6. U Got Me Up (Danny Tenaglia's Club Version) (Dajaé / Dajae) 8:02
7. Taurus (Johnny Fiasco) 6:50
8. Feelin' Kinda High (Vocal Mix) [feat. Terence F.M.] (Cajmere) 5:23
9. Get Up Off Me (Cajmere's Mix) [feat. Dajae] (Cajmere) 5:40
10. If You Got to Believe In Something (Gemini) 5:28
11. Day By Day (Chez 'n' Trent Vocal Mix) (Dajaé / Dajae) 5:56
12. Le Fusion (Gemini) 6:16
13. Beyond (G. U) 10:03
14. Moments In Time (Adam) 8:01
15. People Everyday (12" Mix Basement Boys Style) (John Redmond, Braxton Holmes) 10:28
16. The Wheel (G. U) 7:28
17. Get Together (Deep Vocal Mix) (Deep Sensation) 6:42
18. I Can't Take It (Andre's Original) (Andre Harris) 10:44
19. Midnight (Original Mix) [feat. Walter Phillips] (Cajmere) 4:46
20. Say U Will (Original Mix) [feat. Dajae] (Cajmere) 5:29
21. Lalalalala (Nside My Mind) (Green Velvet) 7:43
22. Let's Dance (Russoul, Cajmere) 7:10
23. Love Is You (Russoul, Cajmere) 8:32
24. Sometimes I Do (Original mix) [feat. Walter Philips] (Cajmere) 6:41
25. I Need U (Original mix) [feat. Dajae] (Cajmere) 5:58
26. Stay Around (Cajmere's Stay mix) (Terence FM) 6:21
27. Only 4 U (Original mix) (Cajmere) 4:47
28. House Music Will Never Die (G.U.'s Cei-Bei Foot Mix) (G. U) 7:08
29. Detroitism (G. U) 6:50



The first wave of Chicago house music was shaped by the radical innovations of DJs and producers like Frankie Knuckles, Jesse Saunders, and Mr. Fingers. But as the genre's popularity expanded and house's metronomic pulse began to infiltrate the pop and R&B mainstream in the early ‘90s, Curtis “Cajmere” Jones kept the music's underground spirit alive with his austere, frighteningly beautiful productions on the Cajual label. Jones inaugurated the Cajual imprint in 1991 with “Coffee Pot (It’s Time for the Percolator),” a hard-jacking house track that complicated the steady pulse of the Roland 909 drum machine with strange, percussive blipping sounds that resemble nothing so much as a dot-matrix printer gone berserk. It’s only appropriate that this retrospective of Jones’ most revolutionary productions for the Cajual label should open with this classic track, but listeners who are only familiar with the controlled chaos of Jones’ hits like “Percolator” and “Brighter Days” owe it to themselves to explore the entirety of this 29-track retrospective.