Tony De Vit

Tony De Vit (/dəˈviː/də-VEE; 12 September 1957 – 2 July 1998) was a British club DJ, Producer and Remixer and one of the most influential of his generation. He was credited with helping to take the "Hard house" and fast "Hard NRG" sounds out of the London gay scene and into mainstream clubs. His single "Burning Up" reached number 25 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1995, with "To The Limit" making number 44 in September 1995.

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... De Vit was HIV positive, but he kept that to himself, 38 of 44 previous boyfriends from that year were quite shocked to hear ... After De Vit's death, a conflict kept his records off the shelves for many years, but finally a compilation album of his songs and remixes was released called Are You All ...
... as "Bits + pieces" - Artemesia) and the late Tony De Vit, whose hardbag composition "Burning Up" is still considered one of the definitive examples of the genre ... (Media label, UK #22) 1994 The Ultimate - Antic (Hooj Choons, UK #71) 1995 Burning Up - Tony De Vit (VC label, UK #25) 1995 Hooked - 99th Floor Elevators feat ... Tony De Vit (Labello Dance, UK #28) 1995 To the Limit - Tony De Vit (VC label, UK #44) 1995 Play this House - BB Club (Positiva label, UK #65) 1995 Bits ...