Lifelike & Kris Menace ‎– Discopolis

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Defected ‎– DFTD126R
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Discopolis (Kerri Chandler Bigga Mix)
Remix – Kerri Chandler
7:28
A2 Discopolis (Kerri's Dusty Dub)
Remix – Kerri Chandler
7:32
AA1 Discopolis (Alan Braxe Remix)
Producer [Additional] – Alan BraxeRemix – Alan Braxe
5:34
AA2 Discopolis (Claude Monnet Main Mix)
Arranged By [Reconstructed & Re-arranged] – Claude MonnetMixed By – Claude Monnet, Fred Devanlay*Remix – Claude Monnet
8:47

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(p)&(c) 2006 Defected Records under exclusive license from Vulture Music. Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 26194 03826 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 826194038267
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (5 of 23) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Vult 012 Lifelike & Kris Menace Lifelike & Kris Menace - Discopolis(12", S/Sided) Vulture Music Vult 012 France 2005 Sell This Version
DFTD126CDX Lifelike & Kris Menace Lifelike & Kris Menace - Discopolis(CDr, Maxi, Promo, Car) Defected DFTD126CDX UK 2006 Sell This Version
ARMAS1113 Lifelike & Kris Menace Lifelike & Kris Menace - Discopolis 2.0(4xFile, MP3) Armada (4) ARMAS1113 Netherlands 2015
EQDISC 001 Lifelike & Kris Menace Lifelike & Kris Menace - Discopolis(12") EQ Recordings EQDISC 001 Australia 2006 Sell This Version
541416 501654 Lifelike & Kris Menace Lifelike & Kris Menace - Discopolis(10xFile, MP3, 192) 541 541416 501654 Belgium 2006

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Carrzinho

September 6, 2015

A1: House. Fairly stripped back reimagining of the original. More focused on the beats. Perhaps more funky, definitely deeper and loses a good deal of it's commercial sound (as much as you can with a big hit). It's originality comes is the shape of an acidy lead that works very well. Not huge by any means but a solid remix. [NINE]
A2: House (Vintage). Vintage piano lead is very club classic but the beats and sounds around it are much more up to date. Shares little or nothing with the original so a genuine option if your not a fan. I'd swear it's called "dusty dub" because it was an altogether different track sat on a shelf in Kerri's production room. Some really nice piano work overlaid in the second half further distancing itself from the original and much closer to my tastes but it doesn't pop and you can see why it may have been left neglected for a while. [SEVEN]
B1: House/Electro. Braxe really takes ownership of this track here. Making this sound like a genuine Roule release that has later had a much slower, banal, commercial remix done after. This trumps the original in every way. More layer's, more pop, just much better realised and a happier, albeit more intimate club experience. The breakdown does come closer to the original but even then it's improved. Remixes of this standard are not easily created. Kudos. [GOLDTEN]
B2: House/Electro. Kraftwerk remix? No but genuinely has that vintage feel in some of it's chords. Nicely straddles the two genre's and will surely appeal to both camps though perhaps making it difficult to completely embrace for the Electro community. Uses a great "Discopolis" robotic sample. While there's piles of originality it does use some of the originals markers ,while not in your face you will be aware of it's DNA. It even has a Disco breakdown. Given the number of remixers this does well to comfortably grab the silver medal. [TEN]