Powerhouse is the name of several dance music projects. The better known of these is a Chicago House collaboration between producer Lenny Fontana and vocalist Duane Harden. "What You Need," a track on which they both share production and writing credits, and which sampled Thelma Houston's "I'm Here Again," went to #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1999. The track was remixed by Full Intention.

Other dance projects under the Powerhouse name include an acid jazz project from 1975, headed by Al Newman; a one-time release by Anthony Acid (1996); a Belgian techno collaboration from 1990; a remake of "Rhythm of the Night" from 1997 by DJ Ham and DJ Poosie; a Mike Soto and Chris Colan project from 1990.

See also

List of number-one dance hits (United States)
List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart

Videoclip at YouTube

Powerhouse featuring Duane Harden, "What You Need"
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