Latin House Crew Featuring Mario "Smokin" Diaz - Should Have Never Been
Record is VG+
Label: Hot Mix 5 Records – HMF 107
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style: House, Latin, Acid House
A1 Should Have Never Been (Club Version)
A2 Should Have Never Been (House Track)
B1 Should Have Never Been (Spanish Version)
B2 Jackin' Up The Dub
House label from Chicago, Il., USA, most productive in the late eighties to early nineties.
The record label was started in 1986 by three of the members from WBMX's Hot Mix 5. The Hot Mix 5 were a group of DJ's originally consisting of Scott "Smokin" Silz, Kenny "Jammin" Jason, Farley "Funkin" Keith, Mickey "Mixin" Oliver and Ralphi "Rockin" Rosario. They were to be called the Hot Mix 6 but Jeff Davis failed to show up for his interview. They started with a radio show on WBMX called Hot Mix Dance Party.
The three primary members involved with the label were Mickey "Mixin" Oliver, Kenny "Jammin" Jason and Ralphi Rosario.