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"Scouse" house?

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What the hell is this? Is there really a section that justifies this musical merlarky?

Scouse House. I mean really.

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it's just rubbish really, but people like Flip n Fill make a living out of caning it for a load of fake clubbers. Horrible predictable dance music which gived the genre a bad name!

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I originally though Scouse House was just a northern word for Hard House and european house, well it was especially the Klubbheads-Kickin Hard bassline style stuff called Donk. Since Flip & Fill and Friday Night posse and other such AATW s*** acts came on the scene Scouse House has kinda moved onto euro poppy trance style stuff, hardly any original tracks either mostly all covers of old 80's tracks hardcore tracks or popular 90's euro-beat tracks.

Also european-pop trance such as Special D is classed as Scouse House.

Flip & Fill have said they churn the crap out to make money, cashing in as it were, censored the lot of them.

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yeh I read that they were just doing it to make loads of money in Mixmag. Screw the fact that it has no real credibility, and is musically inept, eh?

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Ey, ey, calm down. Cilla black, sonja et al. Bet they love their 'scouse house'.

Thank fuc*k its not bog standard house music with scousers singing over the top :? .

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