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J.D.S. - Higher Love / Stomp It Up mp3

J.D.S. - Higher Love / Stomp It Up mp3 Performer: J.D.S.
Title: Higher Love / Stomp It Up
Style: Breakbeat, Happy Hardcore
Category: Electronic
Date of release: May 1995
Country: UK
Label: Stompin Choonz
Catalog number: ST 1
Size MP3: 1797 mb
Size FLAC: 1264 mb
Rating: 4.1


1Higher Love
Vocals [Featuring] – Corelle
2 Logo Side
3Stomp It Up5:53
4 Info Side


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST 1J.D.S. Higher Love / Stomp It Up ‎(12", W/Lbl)Stompin ChoonzST 1UK1995


  • EngineerAustin Reynolds
  • Mastered ByPaul Solomons
  • Written-By, ProducerJ.D.S.


Shouts to Tina, Steve, Grant, Louise, Fiona, Slipmatt, Seduction, Ramos,
Bunter, Darren Z, Silk Cut, all Happy Jack crew and the Universe



  • Pressed By – Orlake Records
  • Mastered At – Porky's Mastering


User reviews
Higher Love is a classic hardcore track that somewhat overshadows Stomp It Up but I've got a soft spot for the B-Side. The midpoint breakdown manages (IMO) to find be euphoric without going cheesy
Re-issue on its way so that should bring the ridiculous prices down on this
The Slipmatt remix absolute blows this out of the park in my opinion. Obviously this was the foundation of it though so I can still find love for this.
It would be boring if we all thought the same ????
this is 1 Slipmatt remix that doesnt better the original,original is a monster tune!
Higher Love is such an anthem one of the best from 95.
Dead Samurai
This record is one hell of a MASSIVE HARDCORE VIBE
why is this so expensive selling for 27 euro and up? it's not super great or rare, generic happy hardcore to me
The clue is "to me", there - that's just how taste works! Might sound generic to you but it was a very popular tune at the time, and I know many who would consider it one of the absolute best in that early happy hardcore style (myself being one!). Hence why this is sought after more than most other happy hardcore from 1995.
Higher Love was recorded at Austin's Studio, A shed in his garden. The man was genius and we never got close the these tracks with any other engineer. Never let you go, Reggie's Nightmare (as 2 Left Feet) and Rock the Disco (JDS) were all recorded here and only over a few days.