Track artwork

We Made This Jack [We Play House]

Social Disco Club on May 11, 2011 11:02

Stats for this track

This Week Total
Plays 28 13353
Comments 99
Favoritings 325

Uploaded by

  • Report copyright infringement

    In 12 Sets

    View all

    More tracks by Social Disco Club

    Garçons - Re-Bop (Electronic) [ReBoped by Social Disco Club]

    Munk - The Beat (Social Disco Club beatless dub) [Gomma] FREE DOWNLOAD

    Munk - The Beat (Social Disco Club remix) [GOMMA]

    Super-Ringo - Starr [We Play House Recordings]

    Social Disco Club - Good Times (Chic Cover) [Free Download]

    View all
    Released by: We Play House Recordings
    Release/catalogue number: WPH013


    74 timed comments and 25 regular comments

      TEKNOMICRON at 4.05 on April 21, 2014 01:25

      Yeah!!! Back to the old times!!

    • DaBunk
      DaBunk at 1.26 on September 07, 2013 20:02

      inner city sounds, love it

    • Karen Meager
    • paultosie
      paultosie at 1.23 on November 05, 2012 19:51

      amazing ,amazing what a great track ,stopped me in my tracks first time i herd this .Glad i have found the download

    • sexecutioner
      sexecutioner at 1.12 on April 03, 2012 21:37

      @Shz Be*t: dunno sounds 90s to me, anyone else have an opinion or evidence?

    • mathiasvt
    • Shz Be*t
      Shz Be*t at 1.29 on December 27, 2011 22:07

      @houseonthemoon: i agree. It's not really helpful, tho, as the vinyl's pressed! I think the lyric smacks a little too much of Daft Punks 'Homework'

    • Shz Be*t
    • DJ Moorway
    • M S G L I V E
    • roboticduck
      roboticduck at 3.51 on October 10, 2011 23:53

      lovely old school vibe tasty

    • DaNero
      DaNero on August 14, 2011 18:54

      I thought Jack was the one who gives us the key to the wiggly worm... must be mistaken...

    • nestpodcast
      nestpodcast at 4.23 on August 11, 2011 23:20

      @Jens B: Haters Gonna Hate.....Good Work SDC we'll be seeing you at nest soon bro :)

    • StrictlyBeatdown
      StrictlyBeatdown at 1.09 on August 11, 2011 20:28

      lets ask if they are on the Pioneers Of House Music Group on track..well done!

    • manu deckers
      manu deckers on August 11, 2011 19:32

      It's all good. I appreciate your honest reply, Red D. Let's agree to disagree. I'll show myself at a party and we can drink on it then. In the meantime, I'll check the WPH output again, I'm sure you have some quality tracks!

    • LUV*JAM
      LUV*JAM on August 11, 2011 17:46

      it certainly rocked the space red box thats for sure!

    • We Play House Recordings
      We Play House Recordings on August 11, 2011 16:37

      @manu deckers: Now that's what I call a discussion :-) You don't need to buy any of our records if you don't like them. You should never buy anything you don't like for that matter. About my ego, like Duane Harden once said: "you don't even know me", so I personally would refrain from saying that to someone I've never talked to. By writing 'This Jack Is Pretty Good, etc' I didn't even think about comparing our tracks to the ones you mention. There is never any comparison, there is just influence. WPH is a combination of influences, and a whole variety of producers and sounds. All I can say is that if you like jackin' Chicago and you can't feel that same vibe in for example Humandrone's WPH Yellow then you have very different ears from mine. But that's all good, because I for one have yet to hear a Golf Channel release that makes me sit up and take notice :-) Luckily for me and all WPH artists there are enough people that do dig what we do.

      About me not doing good to for house, well, you should clearly come and talk to me while enjoying a couple of beers, you might be surprised.

    • manu deckers
      manu deckers on August 11, 2011 16:31

      I'll shut up now. Sorry if I offended someone, that was not my intention.

    • manu deckers
      manu deckers on August 11, 2011 16:29

      You have all the right to say almost anything you want. You have the right to publish it, but when it's out there, I have the right to listen to it and make remarks if I don't like it ;) I love the music too much to let this one go without somebody sayin' something about it. I think you say: "the more comments, the less I know about it?" I don't think so, but let's just disagree (with everyone if I need to, I don't care.) ;)

      ZODA CADE on August 11, 2011 14:19

      @manu deckers: Manu, so you master the english language: great to know. I guess if you don't like a song there is a great option which is not listening to it. Pretty cool you know a lot of records and you know a lot of labels but who cares about your serious and scenester point of view? This song is neither arrogant or ego-build, you can relax your ears and flex your mind about that aswell. I am going to start the word jackin' from now on just to piss you off. We, the portuguese jackers, and other non-speaking language jackin' countries have the same jackin' rights to speak in the jack language as you english-jackin'-speakers. If you feel there is a lack of jackabulary, maybe it's because we speak more than one jack-language jackin' douche. I love all the records you pointed out, they are jackin' awesome but don't be so anal about it, ok? It's jackin' amazing you have favorite jack records but seriously who the jack cares about that? Let me just say it now in the language i jackmaster so you can be happy about it: Não faças mais comentários, ninguém quer saber.

    • manu deckers
      manu deckers on August 11, 2011 13:20

      Thanks for the honest reply, RD. I'm sorry about the insults on SDC's language control. I was wrong. I also know now what you mean with Detroit jacking. Well, we both were not there, when this happened. I think I have a different view on jacking. I see something like two big black men bumping their heads and trying to climb up the wall, because Lil' Louis' Frequency is out of control..;) It's like your view on House as fun. We'll just have to disagree. No problem. Why I think you insult, is that you compare your work or your people's work with theirs. You must have a huge ego for doing that. "yeah, this one's pretty jackin', I can see myself jack to this all night". And also for stating your last remark about what you've accomplished. I have no WPH record, I won't buy something that is very well put: middelmatig in 1993. I see very good, fresh labels, especially when they evolve into a new sound, like E.A.R. or Golf Channel. I don't like yours, so to me, you have not done much good to House. I know you're fond of Detroit, who isn't? I know you like the originators, who doesn't? But to me the best House was made around 92,93,94. Cajual and Relief, Prescription, Oscar G., Gemini, Kerri Chandler, Mood II Swing, Masters at Work, Marc Kinchen.. I'll buy these if I want the real thing! I think Cajmere is still jacking by the way, try to stop him! You should have mentioned him.. but it doesn't matter. Different strokes for different folks. ;)

    • Soulspinnas
      Soulspinnas on August 11, 2011 10:43

      @We Play House Recordings: They should have a 'like' button on comments too ;) Props to WPH for this EP !

    • benhenderson123
      benhenderson123 on August 11, 2011 08:47


    • We Play House Recordings
      We Play House Recordings on August 11, 2011 08:22

      @manu deckers: Criticism and discussion are a good thing, insults are another. You either like a track or you don't, but there is such a thing as common courtesy. And before you start saying that SDC's lyrics are stupid and that he can't write English, you're barking up the wrong tree, because I wrote the lyrics and Metrobox performed them. So saying I shouldn't make records in English when I don't master the not really the best point you've made :-p

      And I certainly mean it that house music is fun. It's fun, it's sex, it's love, it's enjoying life on the dancefloor and beyond. Now that's very close to my definition of fun :-) Yours can differ, but maybe we'll just need to disagree on that.
      About the lyrics, they're a big shout out to all my people in Europe who keep making that house music I so love. Am I insulting Jesse, Marshall and others by questioning if they are still jacking? No I'm not, I'm sad that nowadays they are no longer making the music that's the reason for this discussion, and I'm criticising that because I miss it!

      About Detroit/Chicago, it's not that difficult is it? The early Detroit records were their version of Chicago jack tracks, and as such the jacking link between the two is very clear, so I fail to see why a Detroit chord couldn't be described as a jack track. And besides, jack is not the sole right of old Chicago producers, it's simply a way of dancing and playing music for me.

      Last but not least... We make house look stupid? If in 20 years you have done as much for house music as I have over the last 20 years, then you can make a comment like that. Until then, come up to me in real life on some party in the near future and let's really talk and have a drink, and not engage in a ping pong internet discussion.


    • d[[^_^]]b(DJ Josh Kirkby)
    • Social Disco Club
      Social Disco Club on August 11, 2011 01:18

      @manu deckers: Is it so hard to understand?
      Ps.: Will be cool if you stop to use the word "stupid"

    • manu deckers
      manu deckers on August 11, 2011 01:09

      You see the problem, SDC? Your response doesn't make any sense! "It always start when someone reach something, dont ask me what". What is this for a sentence? I'm really sorry, but this seems to be written by a twelve year old. And this is exactly what's wrong with your track! You don't speak English well enough to make your point. Please don't make records in English, when you don't master the language. That is just stupid! I don't like to call it that way and it's certainly not cool, but you give me no choice..

    • manu deckers
      manu deckers on August 11, 2011 00:40

      I find this a sign of the times. It's like the facebook like button. You get 300 comments saying nothing more than: "love it", "dope", "tune",.. There is this guy who does not like it, and the comments go: "ignore the idiot", "ignore the negativity". Do I have to like it? No, I don't. Can I say why I don't like it? Yes, I can. Why is this such a bad thing? The world is not just your playground. If you want to take the stage, act serious.
      "Before you play two notes learn how to play one note - and don't play one note unless you've got a reason to play it." - Mark Hollis (1998)

    • Social Disco Club
      Social Disco Club on August 11, 2011 00:13

      @manu deckers: Of course there's room to criticism, and i got it a few times already, (MJ rework was one of them). It always start when someone reach something, dont ask me what.
      Everyone have the right to have their own opinion, but calling this track "stupid" its not cool.

    Add a new comment

    You need to be logged in to post a comment. If you're already a member, please or sign up for a free account.

    Share to

    If you are using self-hosted WordPress, please use our standard embed code or install the plugin to use shortcodes.
    Add a comment 0 comments at 0.00
      Click to enter a
      comment at