London record label setup in 1987 by Phil Fearon, formerly of Brit-funk act Galaxy, with help from Laurie Jago. Mainly orientated towards hardcore and rave music, the self-distributed imprint increased to prominence in 1992 via the achievement of Acen (“Trip II The Moon”) and Baby D (“I WANT TO Be Your Dream”), both which reached the very best of the nationwide dance music graphs and in addition broke the mainstream entries. Solo musician Acen (b. Tottenham, London, Britain) have been unlucky never to achieve this previously with “Close Your Eye”, which marketed 25,000 copies without ever getting into the charts. In the case “Trip II TOWARDS THE Moon”, Creation House’s 42nd discharge, would be the main one to create them their initial hit. Other significant signings are the Home Crew (“KEEP CAREFULLY THE Fire Burning up” and “We Are Hardcore”), Nino (“Potential Of Latin”, from Terry “The Delicious chocolate Prince” Jones), Brothers Grimm’s (“Field Of Dreams” and “Exodus” – which sampled Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells”) and X Static (“ALL SET”). A subsidiary shop, Particular Reserve, was also founded to accommodate swingbeat and spirit material, you start with MC Juice’s “Freak In Me”.