It was way back in 2002 when Thee Underground Made Me Do It, Felix Da Housecat's fourth album under the Aphrohead alias, first appeared in record stores on vinyl and CD. 16 years on, the album is getting a deserved digital download release for the very first time. It remains a fine long-player, with the veteran Chicagoan laying down a series of largely fuzzy and sleazy dancefloor workouts that vary from punky rock-house ("Kazoo") and loopy filter disco house throw-downs ("Body Stronger", "Morning In Mexico"), to densely layered drum jams ("Know Your Enemy") and revivalist Chi-town jack-tracks ("Days of Phuture '96").
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