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"The Belleville Three were using the TR-909 not only while DJing, but for the production of early techno tracks like Juan Atkins's afrofuturism track "No UFO's." Detroit techno was selling well in Chicago, being played alongside Euro synth-pop and Italo disco, so the TR-909 sound was being played in Chicago even though nobody in Chicago had the machine. However, when Derrick May sold the 909 to DJ Frankie Knuckles, the 909 became a major link between the sound of Detroit techno and the sound of Chicago house music." --Sholem Stein

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"No UFO's" (1985) is a musical composition by Model 500 (Juan Atkins) released on Metroplex Records. It was a hit in Detroit and Chicago.



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