Alan Braxe ‎– Vertigo

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Roulé ‎– Roulé 303
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Other Side
A Vertigo 7:00
This Side
B Vertigo (Virgo Edit)
Remix – Alan Braxe, Thomas Bangalter
4:55

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Written & produced by Alain 'Braxe' Queme.
"Virgo Edit" by Thomas Bangalter & Alan Braxe for Roulé.
Shouts to Michel Cerdan for his advices and support during the making of this record.

℗ & © 1997 Roulé Music.
Distribution: 33 (0) 1 46 06 16 65 (fax).
Made in France.

Contains uncredited samples from Maxine Singleton's "Don't You Love It".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI-97-10 ROULLE 303 A THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFI-97-10 ROULLE 303 B THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SCAM SDRM

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Roulé 303 Alan Braxe Vertigo(12", RP) Roulé Roulé 303 France 2013 Sell This Version
Roulé 303 Alan Braxe Vertigo(12", W/Lbl) Roulé Roulé 303 France 1997 Sell This Version

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_digger

_digger

June 28, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
no nonsense brash flter house, from the French porn legend Alan Braxe (biggest cock in France 1978)
Mynameislol

Mynameislol

June 30, 2015
Slap some benjamin diamond vocals on the virgo mix and you've got a stardust track ;)
SamAK

SamAK

August 14, 2013
Was just listening to A side on youtube, clicked the embedded player on this page to hear B side, achieved an absolute spot on mix, phrased, matched......epic coincidence.

Banger of a release, love Roule's entire catalogue. Especially Mr Bangalter's Trax on Da Rocks!
jim01_78

jim01_78

December 15, 2011
Disco/funk samples used in "Vertigo" are from Maxine Singleton - Don't You Love It (1982).
djmungis

djmungis

September 4, 2002

the record that took filtered-house music into the stratosphere. Braxes' original is good enough, but Bangalter's virgo edit takes the original sample and filters it as high as possible for maximum dancefloor mayhem. the sound of this record is still copied to this day.