In 1997, London trio House of 909 released The Children We Were — an album of rolling, mid-tempo house gems that were as evocative as they were posh. The tracks were laced with male vocals and the subject matter dealt with youth, and leaving it. As with many worthy releases of their day, the record was embraced by a niche audience, but overlooked on a larger scale. Deep house, with its smooth edges and soft-focus approach, was less appreciated in a scene then dominated by warehouse parties and cavernous clubs. Over the years, Cascine developed an affinity for The Children We Were, connecting with its sense of sincerity, and reissued the record giving it a proper vinyl release.