Of the shamen albums I think 'en tact' gets voted the best, and I like it most, but maybe not for all tastes. But it was when mr c was doing all that stuff from the house scene of early 90s like 'move any mountain', probably most successful period. Used to go and see Mr c at the time , also the prodigy. Braintree barn nightclub, Essex, early 90s. All the acid house stuff from states and British acid house stuff too.radiorog said:Seriously, these albums are so worth a hunt. I've genuinely not heard better. I wasn't into enigma at the time as it was a year or two after my dance days, and I thought the single was just poppy, but I got into the album a couple of years ago, and it's pretty good. The crosses one. But not a patch on the ones I mentioned. Dorfmeister was good from what I remember, but again, morning the same class for me. Was a few years later too. I actually loved the shamens boss drum. A proper album from start to finish. They did an ambient album later (hempton mannor, I think it was called),which was ace, but again, not on streaming sites.QuestForThe13thNote said:Thanks will have to check them out. Albums like the shamen (en tact), enigma (mcm..... album), Dorfmeister early albums, are classic dance albums of the time too. I still love all the acid house stuff also.