One year later, Sanchez released S-Man Classics, a two-disc collection including his best remixes backed with his best own productions. A few mix albums followed during the next three years, but a full production album, First Contact, finally dropped in Sanchez launched a new label in named Stealth -- home to his impressive rate of mixes, as well as re-releases and new productions from himself as well as other artists.
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Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Just one in the cast of crucial producers who made Strictly Rhythm the premiere American house label during the early '90s, Roger Sanchez grew into a prolific remixer, world-class mainstream DJ, and top global-house name by the end of the decade.
Though he concentrated more on mix albums than proper studio productions under his own name, Sanchez gained much respect with club kids as well as the dancefloor intelligentsia. He was well into the graffiti and break-dancing scene during the early '80s and began DJing by the age of After mixing for several years at New York hot spots like the Tunnel -- even while he was studying architecture at the Pratt Institute -- Sanchez finally left college in to give music a full-time shot.
His club Ego Trip was soon booming with Sanchez mixtapes selling briskly on Broadway and he never looked back. By , Gladys Pizarro from Strictly Rhythm Records had touched base to see if Sanchez was interested in production; one year later, he had recorded his first single, "Luv Dancin," as Underground Solution.
The single's tough underground grooves charged the New York house scene, then just on the cusp of a turnover from the smooth garage sound to a rougher style influenced by European trance and techno. Despite stumbling into remixing by accident -- after giving a bad review to a single, he was tapped to rework it -- Sanchez became more than competent at the game, and beginning in he worked on tracks for Babyface, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Janet Jackson, Chic, M People, Basia, Incognito, and Soul II Soul.
Later Sanchez productions -- a Latin dub-house burner named "Sumba Lumba" as Tribal Confusion , the following year's hard-hitting Strictly 4 the Underground EP as Roger S , and that same year's "Release Yo Self" as Transatlantic Soul -- cemented his status as one of Strictly Rhythm's greatest assets and one of the world's leading mainstream producers.Oct 28, · Roger Rene Sanchez (born June 1, ) is an American house music DJ, Remixer and Grammy Award Winner for his remix of "Hella Good" by No Doubt in He is a four time DJ Awards winner for "Best House DJ" in , , 20and has received twelve nominations in all.