Pépé Bradock ‎– Synthèse

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Versatile Records ‎– VER 013
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Demarre Le Chauve 2:05
2 Atom Funk 6:35
3 18 Carats 5:24
4 Un Pepe Dans La Dentelle 1:59
5 The Charter 6:42
6 Un Pepe Qui Bugge 6:47
7 100% Coton 1:11
8 Vermeille 5:49
9 5550 4:02
10 Lara 7:02
11 A/R 2:37
12 Wonderbra 6:03
13 Eteinds Le Chauve 1:41

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Credits

Notes

Produced & mixed for 4 Brad Peep Entertainment.

Track 6 + 13 are unreleased. 'Hips' is exclusive to vinyl release (as track D3).

Issued in a digipak

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 760008 300010
  • Matrix / Runout: (98134210) 980551
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L062
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5P01
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
kif S.A 04 LP Pépé Bradock Synthèse(2xLP, Album) Kif Recordings kif S.A 04 LP France 1998 Sell This Version

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fedeab7

fedeab7

February 21, 2017
I always wondered: does 5500 sample Madonna on vocals? It really does sound like her... any thoughts?
pillos25

pillos25

January 15, 2017
Who knows where the female vocals used also by FPI Project are from please?
Thanks in advance
alain_andreina

alain_andreina

August 8, 2016
edited 8 months ago
perfect album.
One of them few u have to get get back to regularly
Epic Classic!
furb

furb

April 3, 2014
Would like to see a repress of this!
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 29, 2004

For all this talk about French house, no one seems to mention Pepe Bradock. Why? Because his tracks would sound good no matter what his nationality is. Sure, there are the 70s disco samples -- the spirit of disco infuses <I>Synthese</I> (like on “Atom Funk” and “18 Carats”), but doesn’t overtake it. Instead, Bradock offers us diversity, like “5500” which sounds like an abbreviated “The Funk Phenomena” while “The Charter” is a Todd Edwards-like cut up. The outstanding tracks on the album (actually a compilation of early EPs and 12”s) are the slinky-smooth house number “Vermeille” and the calm and deep “Lara.” Vive la France!