Air Frog ‎– Bon Voyage

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Svek ‎– SK 043
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Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, 45 RPM
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A Bon Voyage

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SK043 Air Frog Bon Voyage(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl, Promo) Svek SK043 Sweden 2000 Sell This Version
RS 21182 Air Frog Bon Voyage (Swag & Stacey Pullen Mix)(12", W/Lbl) R & S Records RS 21182 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version
RS 20182 Air Frog Bon Voyage(12", W/Lbl) R & S Records RS 20182 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version
RS 20182 Air Frog Bon Voyage(12") R & S Records RS 20182 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version
RS 21182 Air Frog Bon Voyage (Swag & Stacey Pullen Mix)(12") R & S Records RS 21182 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version

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dylaf

dylaf

September 27, 2015
This tore many a dance floor up, at the hands of a wide variety of DJ's playing across a range of styles. It charted high everywhere, perhaps due to its crossover appeal & originality- but does it past the time test? Oddly enough, it has moved fluidly from something you might have heard in a techno set, to something now more akin to a new jazz/broken beats flavour, due to the percussive element & that sweeping hoover bassline. Either way, it is an unusual track worth the peanuts on this page.
djnormanbates

djnormanbates

February 9, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

I heared this record in a set of my friend Cyrix and immediately was hooked. To this day I consider this the best record I have, and judging by the way the crowd responds to it when you play this, I might be right. The truely unmatched sub-bass in this track blows everyone away... if the sound system is decent enough to hold it. It starts of with a very basic tribal rhythm pattern (making it a bit difficult to mix I might add) with some piano stabs to grab the attention. And just after a minute of so, that typical rolling sub-bass comes thundering in, and it keeps on pounding until the break... only to restart all over again. It's by far one of the best techno records that doesn't need a pounding 4/4 basskick to make it threatening. Masterpiece!