Cassius ‎– 1999

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Virgin ‎– 7243 8 46701 2 2, Virgin ‎– CDVIR 76
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1 Cassius 1999 3:45
2 Feeling For You
Written-By – Wright*, Boombass*, Burden*, Williams*, Zdar*
4:37
3 Crazy Legs 4:06
4 La Mouche 4:41
5 Chase 1:58
6 Foxxy
Written-By – Boombass*, Zdar*, Hutch*
6:07
7 Planetz 2:46
8 Hey Babe 4:24
9 Mister Eveready 6:06
10 Nulife
Written-By – Jones*, Boombass*, Richards*, Siders*, Haggatt*, Brown*, Zdar*
6:32
11 Interlude 1:22
12 Somebody 4:55
13 Club Soixante Quinze 5:21
14 Supa Crush 4:43
15 Invisible 1:09
16 Cassius 99 (Remix - Radio Edit)
Written-By – Boombass*, David Foster, Donna Summer, Zdar*, Rod Temperton
3:33

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Mixé aux studios Pigalle Sound, Plus XXX, Labomatic.
Mastering @ Sterling Sound, NYC
All tracks copyright control except; 'Feeling For You' published by Planetary Nom/Copyright Control.
'Foxxy' published by by Jobete Music/Copyright Control. 'Nulife' published by Embassy Music Corporation/Copyright Control.
'Cassius 99 remix' published by Copyright Control/Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp (BMI). All rights reserved/Sweet Summer Night Music/Almo Music Corp./Rodsongs (ASCAP) administered worldwide by Rondor Music International

Feeling For You contains a sample from «All This Love That I'm Giving» by Gwen McRae by courtesy of EMI Records UK and Warner Special Products (for North America)
Foxxy contains a sample from «Foxy Brown Theme» by Willie Hutch by courtesy of Motown / PolyMedia, a PolyGram Company.
Nulife contains a sample from «Precious Woman» by Dynamic Corvettes, by courtesy of Universal Music, Special Market
Cassius 99 Remix contains a sample from «Love is just a breath away» [The actual sample is «(If It) Hurts Just A Little»] by Donna Summer. Under license from PolyMedia, A Division of PolyGram Group distribution, Inc.

[CD]
℗ 1999 HBF / Justice
© 1999 HBF / Justice
Made in E.U.

[Rear]
The copyright in this recording is owned by HBF / Justice.
© 1999 Virgin France S.A.
℗ 1999 HBF / Justice
© 1999 HBF / Justice
Printed in E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24384 67012 2
  • Barcode (String): 724384670122
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: 03098
  • Matrix / Runout: EMI UDEN 8467012 @ 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould Ring): 2-1-9-NL
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 159D

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 8 46701 2 2 Cassius 1999(CD, Album) Virgin Music Canada 7243 8 46701 2 2 Canada 1999 Sell This Version
07243 84 6701 2 2 Cassius 1999(CD, Album) Virgin 07243 84 6701 2 2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
ASW 6249 Cassius 1999(CD, Promo) Astralwerks ASW 6249 US 1999 Sell This Version
7243 8 46701 2 2 Cassius 1999(CD, Album) Virgin 7243 8 46701 2 2 US 1999 Sell This Version
846701 2 Cassius 1999(CD, Album) Virgin 846701 2 Brazil 1999 Sell This Version

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Dorstlesser

Dorstlesser

November 9, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

Great groovy house record. I love it more and more as time goes by. Maybe not as relentless and pristine as Daft Punk's 'Homework', but also less monotonous and definitely as sexy.
BalooDP

BalooDP

October 16, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

While I must say Cassius' 1999 album is a good foray into the French House genre that was booming at the time, I must say that this album is pretty overrated. It's not terrible, but it's definitely not the pillar of French House that everyone makes it to be. Sure, there are some classic cuts here, such as Cassius 1999, Cassius 99 (Remix), Foxxy, Feeling For You, and Nulife, there are other tracks on here that are simply so boring they'll put you to sleep.

I feel that this album suffers from an overabundance of tracks. 16 is way too much, and a lot of the album suffers because of it. The whole album has a bit of a laid-back feel, and the singles don't really reflect the rest of the album. The album seems to do a bit too much at once, it tries to market as danceable music and still be chilled like Etienne de Crecy's work. Tracks like Crazy Legs, Chase, Planetz, Mister Eveready, Somebody, Interlude, and Invisible are really unnecessary, and are so relaxed that they're to the point of un-listenable. They put the album at a really slow pace, and 1999 hurts from it.

In my opinion, if 1999 didn't have all this filler, and was condensed to a more realistic 10-11 tracks, it'd be much better overall. But as a whole, Cassius' singles overrate this album greatly.