For all y'all uncultured infidels who use the term EDM without a hint of embarrassment, here's the dilly, yo: K-Klass were the greatest non-Chicagoan House group ever because they understood that the absolute zenith of House music is the piano intro to Marshall Jefferson's Move Your Body. Imagine a Daft Punk who'd ever had an original idea, a Daft Punk who'd ever made more than 4 good songs, a Daft Punk who weren't a couple of poncey French blokes who make dance music for people who usually think that dance music is gay and/or dumb... that's K-Klass.
So, here's 10 songs from K-Klass' labyrinthine oeuvre that are ripe for sampling now we're on the cusp of a Hip-House revival. List is a 60/40 split of their own club classic singles and their incredible remixes of artists from other genres which never failed to make the original songs superfluous thereafter:
Bobby Brown - Two Can Play That Game (K-Klassic mix)
K-Klass - Why
K-Klass - Let Me Show You
Joe Roberts - Lover (K-Klass Klub Mix)
K-Klass - Don't Stop
M People - Love Rendezvous (K-Klass Klub Mix)
K-Klass - So Right
Blondie - Rapture (K-Klass Klub Mix)
K-Klass - What You're Missing
Janet Jackson & Luther Vandross - The Best Things in Life Are Free (K-Klass mix)
On a list-related note, check out this Shout Out songs (1990 - 1994) compilation on Hot Box. Only notable omissions I can think of currently are Dedication by Brand Nubian and The Shout-Outs by Kid Capri.