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Album Review

The rule on LaTour's debut is sampladelic acid-house, a bit more inventive than most, but still a bit too sex-obsessed to qualify for further interest.

Customer Reviews

Basic Instinct song

Pretty cool album if you like electronica. After years of searching I finally found "Blue," the club song used in the Basic Instinct trailer and film.


I only bought this album for Blue, but the songs were an added bonus. And I too, by the way, fell in love with this song during basic instinct. i searched forever until i found it. great song. great album.

Fellow Squid

I had the pleasure of being in a band (The Squids) with Bud - he was Bud then - and this had just come out. I was happy for him and glad this is still around :-)


Formed: 1990 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

LaTour was the alias of Chicago-based house producer William LaTour, who in 1991 scored a major club crossover smash with the novelty hit "People Are Still Having Sex," featured on his self-titled debut LP. Subsequent attempts to repeat this early success -- like the follow-up "Allen's Got a New Hi-Fi" -- failed, however, and 1993's Home...
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