By 1995 Roger Sanchez was already well established as a major league remixer, with mixes for the likes of Incognito, Juliet Roberts and M People tucked under his belt. But back home at Strictly he turned his attention back to clubbier grooves, using ‘Livin 4 The Underground’ to look both back and forward; ‘Get Hi’, ‘Let Your Body Jerk’ and ‘The Loft Groove’ followed his early disco and boogie influences, while the title track and ‘Shake Shake’ gave notice of a move towards a harder sound.
|01||Livin’ 4 The Underground||Roger S||Livin’ 4 The Underground|
|02||Let Yo’ Body Jerk||Roger S||Let Yo’ Body Jerk|
|03||Get Hi (Studio 54 Mix)||Roger S||Get Hi (Studio 54 Mix)|
|05||The Loft Groove||Roger S||The Loft Groove|