Autotune ‎– Player's Stuff E.P.

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Fumakilla ‎– fuma 07
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Club Deluxe
Vocals – Lodown
5:48
A2 More Than Sex Can Say (Unreleased Mix For Air Liquide) 5:23
B1 Plastic Attitude
Vocals – Lucian
4:25
B2 Player's Stuff
Vocals – Lodown
7:13

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adel dior published by b. electric music BMG UFA
toni planet published by copyright control
made in germany

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  • Label Code: LC 11155
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
fuma 07 Autotune Player's Stuff E.P.(CDr, EP, Promo) Fumakilla fuma 07 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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Carrzinho

Carrzinho

June 3, 2013

One of the most original EP's in my collection.
A1: House. A real misch mash. Big big Ibiza club style that opens with a more direct Detroit spoken vocal and various activities "....in da club". The clash works and I dig both approaches without either being hugely original, combining them is. [TEN]
A2: Electro with house vocal. Another clash of styles witha big diva vocal over dirty electro. Not natural bedfellows and you almost struggle with it but the track prevails. Again the originality comes more in clashing the style than the elements themselves. [TEN]
B1: Stonking Electro track with an at times Lydon-esque vocal so once again we have a clash of styles and with it another burst of originality. Not for everyone but i'm going to give it it's due's. [TEN]
B2: Techno/Electro w/"Players Stuff" vocal. The track itself is probably a winner on it's own but for me the vocal is weak. Normally i'd back a vocal as it still remains a low percentage element in techno but i'd pull it here. [SEVEN]
tektick

tektick

March 7, 2003

Nice E.P., I guess with a real hit potential. What I think is weird, I found it by coïncidence. There are just very few pressings of it? And just when I feel that this track could be as succesful as, for example, Fantasize from Rob Mello ft. Cecile. Or, do I see this wrong. To me, it really jumped out between all other stuff I was listening that day in the shop... Really catchy, thumbs up for Autotune!!!