More than any other producer, Todd Terry defined New York house during the '80s, a varied sampladelic smorgasbord blending the sounds of classic disco, the more introspective Chicago sound pioneered earlier in the decade, and plenty of hip-hop attitude and sampling piracy. This free-wheeling, breakbeat-driven sound became a major influence on U.K. rave and hardcore, and his collaborations with rappers, particularly the Jungle Brothers on 1988's "I'll House You," popularized hip-house outside of Chicago. He topped U.S. club charts and scored U.K. pop hits with numerous singles as Royal House and the Todd Terry Project, then achieved his biggest mainstream success with his ubiquitous 1995 remix of Everything But the Girl's "Missing." He continued delivering high-profile remixes and scoring hits with garage house anthems like 1996's "Keep ...
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