Le Knight Club ‎– Boogie Shell / Coco Girlz / Mosquito / Coral Twist

Label:
Crydamoure ‎– CRYDA 005
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Boogie Shell 5:35
A2 Coco Girlz 5:42
B1 Mosquito 5:51
B2 Coral Twist 6:15

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Credits

Notes

℗ & © 1999 Crydamoure
Published by Zomba Music for World / Delabel Editions - Daft Music for France
Made in France

Uncredited Information:
"Boogie Shell" contains samples of "You Fooled Around" performed by Sister Sledge.
"Coco Girlz" contains samples of "Love Is The Answer" performed by Cerrone.
"Mosquito" contains samples of "I Owe You One" performed by Shalamar.
"Coral Twist" contains samples of "Somethin' Special" performed by Quincy Jones.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI-99-1 CRYDA 005 BIS A 33t POM TR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CRYDA 005 BIS B POM TR DFI-99-1
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SCAM

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aayushvarma18

aayushvarma18

July 27, 2016
edited 12 months ago

The largest Crydamoure release with 4 songs, and it is brilliant as usual from Guy-Man & The Wizard. Boogie Shell is easily the top track in this record, with some very lush synths and great sampling of Sister Sledge's "You Fooled Around". Coco Girlz is a bit weak, and is too slow a track to be a banger. Great bassline though. Mosquito is repetitive as hell and unlike some other people who commented, I really enjoyed it. Fun fact - The bass for Mosquito was SAMPLED, and that too not from the main sample! To end it, we have Coral Twist, which was probably the worst track on Waves I, not because it's bad, but because LKC increased the tempo and pitch greatly, and it lost it's one strong point - the chillout factor. On the 12", it's another song to just relax to.
chrisnova777

chrisnova777

March 7, 2016

boogie shell samples the groove + sound from Sister Sledge "You Fooled Around" 1980 https://www.discogs.com/Sister-Sledge-You-Fooled-Around/release/6629047
orangespring

orangespring

November 6, 2010
I'll never forget tracking this record in HMV when it came out back in 99'
I only had to listen to the first few bars & i knew it was gonna be a stormer, in the bag it went. Boogie shell has for me got to be the best filtered disco record of all-time, it's just so massive sounding, love it to bits - orangespring.
BalooDP

BalooDP

June 7, 2010

IMO as a whole, the weakest Le Knight Club release. Boogie Shell is probably my FAVORITE Le Knight Club track, but Coco Girlz and Coral Twist really pale in comparison to pretty much every other Le Knight Club track. Mosquito is alright, but only has one hook and too repetitive, and that's saying something for a Le Knight Club track.
MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

September 4, 2001
edited over 7 years ago

The Best Frenchhouse Four Tracker EVER! from hispeed to relaxing bell-beats, and relaxed disco to filtered basslines... this record's got it all and all Tracks are real Burners!