Nick Holder ‎– One Night In The Disco


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
K7R009LP Nick Holder One Night In The Disco(2x12", Album) !K7 Records K7R009LP Germany 1996 Sell This Version
!K7R009cd, 009cd Nick Holder One Night In The Disco(CD, Album) !K7 Records, !K7 Records !K7R009cd, 009cd Germany 1996 Sell This Version
1047 Nick Holder One Night In The Disco(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Music Land Records (2) 1047 Russia 1998 Sell This Version
none Nick Holder One Night In The Disco(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Russia Unknown Sell This Version



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October 27, 2007
referencing One Night In The Disco, CD, Album, !K7R009cd, 009cd

This is Nick Holder's first official album, although he released a lot of music on various labels before (such an DNH Records). 1996 closely followed the disco sampling madness push upfront by Kenny Dope with his Bucketheads project the previous year. And so, Nick Holder elaborates on a few disco classics, looping the catchiest parts. 'Greatest Dancer' features the Sister Sledge classic 'He's The Greatest Dancer', later used by Will Smith for his single 'Gettin' Jiggy With It'. 'Don't Go Away' was released as a single with nice remixes. Note that there are no apparent filters: this treatment was yet to be popularized by Motorbass, Carl Craig (Paperclip People) and ultimately Daft Punk.
The other tracks, not arranged with samples, come in contrast with the disco feel which emanates from the first titles, and are not as strong.
If we compare this album to the further works of Nick Holder, it is probably the easiest, but there is a beginning to everything.