Armand Van Helden, "Ain't Armand"
This one probably shouldn’t be on the list, but I've always been proud of it because it was my one drum-and-bass record that worked as a drum-and-bass record – two years later I was in the UK and a few pople came up to me like, "Hey that was a good record." New York, at the time, there were are all these walls up. There was no drum-and-bass, or the rave and hardcore kids were completely separate from the house scene. Me and my clique always felt always felt so isolated as the only househeads who were into this kind of stuff. That Monica sample … We didn't have the technology then, so I actually had to play the record and mix that live to tape.