After the peace and love of 1988’s second summer of love you could be forgiven in thinking that things would have turned nasty for House Music in 1989. Luckily for all of us we got more of the same. Let there be House (Music) The rave movement in the UK grew even further and House music became a worldwide phenomenon. House music gained an even more recognisable identity and some of the biggest tracks the House scene would ever hear would be released during 1989. From underground warehouse smashers to chart dominators let's take a look at some of the best House tracks released in 1989 . Lil Louis – French Kiss If you needed to describe French kiss in two words then Deep and Sexy would sum it up nicely. It has an infectious groove that was sampled again and again over the years. Add to that the less than subtle orgasm vocals and you’ve got an instant classic that’s can still be heard regularly to this day. Frankie Knuckles Presents Satoshi Tomiie Feat: Robert Owens – Tears (The Classic Remix Dub) Now this is quite the collection of Legends. Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie and Robert Owens are all legends in their own right but this remix is by another huge legend of the House scene, David Morales. This is just a beautiful track with that classic acid bassline and punchy stabs adding to the classic US style vocal. Debbie Malone – Rescue Me With a massive bassline and a deep trancelike Vocal this was a truly unique tune at the time, and it still is. Something that sets it apart is the addition of those breakbeats which would come to typify the Hardcore movement of the early 90’s. How II House – Time 2 Feel The Rhythm This was very much an underground anthem and is filled with all the hallmarks of a jackin’ classic. It’s an instantly recognisable track that still goes down well to the very day. Technotronic Feat: Felly – Pump Up the Jam Ok so compared to many on this list Technotronic seems a little commercial but you can’t deny the impact or quality of Pump Up the Jam. It had that banging kick drum and the excellent vocal that you just can’t resist. Is it soulful? No but it’s catchy as hell and dominated the clubs and one year later it would dominate the char charts as well. Dionne – Come Get My Lovin’ Still very much on the Acid House tip Come Get My Lovin’ is a genuine Anthem. It rocked dancefloors all over the world with its catchy vocal and pumping bassline and it rightly remembered as a classic. Sueno Latino – Sueno Latino (The Paradise Version) Ibizan spirit encapsulated. Sueno Latino is a beautiful tune that conjures images of golden sands and holiday romances. This really is the epitome of Latin House and is drenched in all the hallmarks that would make Ibiza the ultimate clubbing destination. Frankie Bones & Lenny Dee – Just As Long As I Got You Rave anthem alert!!! Two names that can genuinely be attributed with the title Legend teamed up in 1989 for a number of releases, known as the Looney Tunes EP’s, that would change the landscape of dance music forever. 'Just as long as I got you' was massive and still sounds totally fresh today. Ten City – That’s The Way Love Is (Underground Mix) Soulful is an understatement when it comes to Ten City. Byron Stingly’s incredible vocals would become a staple in the house scene in the following years and That’s The Way Love Is helped to kick start his career. There are several great remixes of this track but this is the classic. Your on you way to Ibiza and about to have a wild time at the mega clubs out there but it all starts at the airport. Wood Allen - Airport '89 Wood Allen's Airport '89 pretty much sums up that awesome anticipation and excitement that going on holiday can only provide. Fun fact it still works now, although its less Ibiza nowadays, more family holiday with the kids but the build up and the vibe is still the same....HOLIDAY! Black Box – Ride On Time It’s hard to imagine the dance music scene without this track and indeed without that vocal. Sampling the classic “Love Sensation” by Loleatta Holloway it is unmistakably one of the biggest house records of all time. What many people may not realise is that Loleatta Holloway’s label blocked the sample and it was re-recorded by future M-People star Heather Small. 20 Years later the original sample was actually cleared. Italo House has produced some immense tunes over the years and has had quite the evolution but this has to top them all. Feeling Nostalgic? There were, of course, way more than these tracks released in 1989 so which ones are your favourites and why? Let everyone know in the comments below and share your memories of what it was like to experience these for the first time in '89.