Hooj Choons

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Hooj Choons
Hooj Choons (logo).jpg
Founded 1990
Founder Alex Simons, Red Jerry
Genre House, Progressive Trance, Progressive House
Country of origin United Kingdom
Official website http://www.hooj.com/

Hooj Choons is a house record label formed by Alex Simons and Red Jerry (real name Jeremy Dickens) in 1990.

Music style[edit]

Hooj Choons single "Greece 2000" by Three Drives.

During April 2011 "Cafe del Mar", originally recorded in 1993, first issued by Hooj in 1997, and then remixed again in both 1998 and 2002, was voted number one by BBC Radio 1 listeners in Pete Tong's Top 20 Dance Tracks of the last 20 years.

Space Manoeuvres – Stage One, the appearance of the "Hoojman" on a Hooj Choons record


In 2003 Hooj announced its dissolution as a record label.

In early October 2006, Hooj Choons announced that the label would be coming back under management from the owners of Lost Language.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Resurrection!". Hooj Choons. Archived from the original on 2006-10-23. Retrieved 2006-10-12. 

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