So, the other day, a young guy was asking me about D&B and he asked me a really challenging question... "How did D&B get to sound the way it does?" I had to think a little at that point because if you don't have the whole timeline in front of you it can seem pretty rapid and intense!! He just couldn't believe that Disco was it's grandparent!! I told him it was like a chess board- you can't see how a knight can get to the other side without plotting it's moves 1 by 1 so... I played him 10 tracks that I thought got him from 1 side to another!! Here they are- not necessarily because they are the only important tracks, but because he could see the progression from A to B..... Candi Stanton- You Got The Love Guy Called Gerald- Voodoo Ray Joey Beltram- Energy Flash Nightmares On Wax- I'm For Real Remix Carl Cox- I Want You Forever Lennie De Ice- We Are I.E. Return Of The Q Project- Champion Sound Goldie- Terminator Nasty Habits- Shadowboxin' Bad Company- The Pulse Job Done!! What 10 tracks would you use?