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|Born||8 January 1964|
|Died||25 October 1996(aged 32)|
|Genres||Techno, House, Pop|
Robert Racic (8 January 1964 – 25 October 1996) was an Australian DJ and record producer. Born in Melbourne and highly influential within electronic and house music circles he was largely unknown outside Australia. Racic produced several top 10 Billboard United States dance hits including Volition Records artists Severed Heads "Greater Reward" and Boxcar's "Freemason", "Insect" and "Gas Stop".
- Robert Racic discography at Discogs
- Penhallow, Andrew (18 November 1996). "Master of dance music innovation". The Australian. p. 15. Obituary.
- Jon Casimir (1987). "Mixed order". Archived from the original (GIF) on 2006-05-23. Retrieved 2006-07-23. Interview with Robert Racic derived from an Australian newspaper, probably The Sydney Morning Herald.