George Kranz ‎– Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (Remix)

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Personal Records ‎– P 49804, Personal Records ‎– P49804
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (Special "Daa Daa" Mix)
Remix – George Kranz, The Magnificent KordakSynthesizer – Witting*
6:20
B1 Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (Original Version) 4:11
B2 Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (Dub Version) 3:11

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℗1983 Personal Records
Lisenced from: Pool Music, Berlin
Publisher: Nordton/Personal Music (ASCAP)
Recorded in Christoph Franke Studio, Berlin
Mixed at Studio 54, Berlin
Mastered at Sterling Sound: "Sterling" stamp in the dead wax

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): P 49804 A A PERSONAL BEST STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B): P 49804 B STERLING A - 1 ←→
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 69) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MD 1001 George Kranz Din Daa Daa (Trommeltanz)(12", Maxi) Personal Records MD 1001 Argentina 1984 Sell This Version
PB 6722 George Kranz Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (American Remix Version)(7", Promo) Rca PB 6722 Italy 1983 Sell This Version
BRW 2 George Kranz Din Daa Daa (Trommeltanz)(7") 4th & Broadway BRW 2 UK 1983 Sell This Version
6.20192, 6.20192 AE George Kranz Trommeltanz(12", Maxi) Pool, Pool 6.20192, 6.20192 AE Germany 1983 Sell This Version
105.993 George Kranz Din Daa Daa (Trommeltanz)(7") Ariola 105.993 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version

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Diecotome

Diecotome

January 13, 2013
I have this 12" from 1983, everything is right except both sides play side b. It has both side a and b labels but both sides play the 4 11 original verson and the 3 11 dub version. I had forgotten all about this until recently transferring it to digital. Does anyone know if this happened to all the copies from personal records at the time?
moire

moire

April 3, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Heavily sampled in the pop rap hit "Shake" by Ying Yang Twins. Also used in the Microsoft XBox 360 "Jumprope" commercial, possibly because it was recognizable from the YYT track... possibly because it was cheaper to license? Or just because it's a sweet kitschy track!
dandraver

dandraver

December 1, 2002

The first time I heard this was when I was in Germany in the US Army. It was in a movie called "Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo" Don't laugh...
My room mate was an out of work breakdancer-white boy from LA-hence the Army. I finally hunted down the sound track-it was tough finding those types of things in Germany at the time. if I find it, I'll post it.