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Pump Up the Volume - House Music Documentary The Complete Series

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Pump Up The Volume is a three part history on the development of electronic dance music. Part one looks in detail at Chicago and the early roots of house as it grows out of disco's remains. The second and third parts take you through Detroit techno, acid house, Manchesters legendary Hacienda club and the UKs widespread rave scene of the early 90s that gave birth to so many new styles and directions over the following decade.


Content Notes:
1. Time to Jack
2. Can You Feel It
3. From Hardcore to Handbag
Type: Documentary, TV Show
Year: 2001
Styles: Berlin, Disco, EBM, Progressive, Synth-Pop, Techno
Formats: Television
Liscense: Copyright
Frankie Knuckles
Ron Hard
Marshall Jefferson
Shaun Ryder
Pete Tong
Director: Carl Hindmarch
Editor: Mark Henson, Lisa Gunning
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