Hard To Find is a brand new compilation series bringing together great and lost remixes from old 12" vinyl collections and CD singles gone by, that are, well, Hard To Find. If you consider yourself a trainspotter or a lover of quality music then this series is most definitely for you. DJ historian and journalist extraordinaire Bill Brewster writes the sleeve notes for the release and explains the concept behind the album:
'With Hard To Find, we've sent our vinyl archaeologists to sift through the wreckage of acid house, throwing aside the Alison Limerick double packs and long-forgotten Shamen promos to bring you the gold (the only fool's gold we'd permit would be by Stone Roses). But not only are these the very best of the remixes from the most creative period of house music, we like to think they define it, too. As if that weren't sufficient, many of them have never been made available on CD before.'
Spread over two CDs, Hard To Find features cherished tunes from years gone by, without which the new breed of today would have struggled for inspiration. For anyone who grew up listening to Jeff Young's Big Beat and Pete Tong's Essential Selection from the late 80's through to the 90s and beyond, or Annie Nightingale's Sunday night request show, this album is for you. Also appealing to the new generation, those who tune into Annie Mac, Zane Lowe and Nick Grimshaw today, will find this compilation full of many previously buried treasures.