DJ/remixer/maker Johnny Vicious (given birth to John Coles) became involved with dance music after dropping his 1980s rock and roll records and following a seductive acid home from Chicago. After DJing in a fresh York club known as Mars, the newcomer produced his professional debut at Manhattan’s Paladium in 1989. Jeffrey Rodman became a member of him to discovered their own self-employed label known as Vicious Musik, issuing an EP entitled Liquid Bass immediately after. Johnny Vicious’ discovery began while remixing the up-tempo golf club/dance “Ecstasy (Consider Your T shirts Off),” presented on the recording Webster Hall Presents a Groovilicious Night time; the dance/pop “Kiss You AROUND” by Simply no Mercy; “Let’s Proceed Completely” by React; Whitney Houston’s “IT ISN’T Best but It’s Alright”; as well as the 2001 launch of Ministry of Audio: Club Country America, a 28-monitor double recording. The latter presented one CD combined by Johnny Vicious as well as the additional mixed by High Paul, with paths by Paul Vehicle Dyk, Moby, and Fatboy Slim, among additional prominent numbers within the dance music picture. Johnny Vicious Presents Ultra Dance, Vol. 1 adopted in 2002.