Demon ‎– Midnight Funk

20000st ‎– ST 012CD
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Track 15 is a hidden track in track 14, tracktime for 14 is for both 14 and 15.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SMA 496144-1, 4961441000, ST LP 012, SMA 496 1441, Demon Midnight Funk(2xLP, Album, Gat) Small, Small, 20000st, Small, Small SMA 496144-1, 4961441000, ST LP 012, SMA 496 1441, France 1999 Sell This Version
SOURCD 031 Demon Midnight Funk(CD, Album, RE) Source SOURCD 031 UK 2001 Sell This Version
SMA4961449, SMA 4961449, STCD012 Demon Midnight Funk(CD, Album) Small, Small, 20000st SMA4961449, SMA 4961449, STCD012 France 2000 Sell This Version
SMA4961442, STCD012 Demon Midnight Funk(CD, Album) Small, 20000st SMA4961442, STCD012 France 1999 Sell This Version
3349426 Demon Midnight Funk (2xLP, Album, RE, Gat) 20000st, Wagram Music 3349426 France 2017 Sell This Version


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May 5, 2004
edited over 9 years ago
A mixed bag. Most of the housier tunes on this album do not really stand out much in the crowd of french house, with the exception of Lil' Fuck, for which I think Etienne de Crecy is largely to blame. However, the various small interludes and the more downtempo cuts on this album are really wonderful, and make this album worth getting overall. L'Air Blanc (which instantly makes me wanna pick up a guitar again), Back In The Daze with its wonderful flute arrangement and the gorgeous yet reflective Heartbreaker are good examples of this.


April 15, 2004

Much ink has been spilled about French house, but not quite enough about wunderkind Demon. There’s a healthy dose of disco in his debut album, <I>Midnight Funk</I>, but not so much to make you resent the 70s altogether. “Lil’Fuck,” “Midnight Funk,” and “Now That I Have You” are all damn good house tracks. If you’re in the mood for something slower, “Lost Highway” will hit the spot. Or if you want something moody, “Heartbreaker” is the way to go. The disco is used judiciously, mostly in the form of short vocal samples (like on “Streets”), to serve the interest of the track -– which is how it should work anyway. And this album works beautifully.