Paul Johnson ‎– Disco Traxx Vol. 2

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Confidential Records (2) ‎– CR-002
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A Get On My Camel
B1 Disco Juice
B2 Coo Coo Clock

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(c)+(p) Confidential Records, Japan 1999
Fax (Japan): 81-6-6473-0923
Phone (USA): 1-404-869-8961
E-MAIL: confidentialrec@hotmail.com

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

January 25, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
while i love me some paul johnson, i could never really play this mix.. because for me the only mix of this track to play is the "original" remix on southern fried It's Just Another Groove (I Think That We Should Get Back Together)
by Mighty Dub Katz (1995)
dylaf

dylaf

December 28, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
Try mixing Disco Juice- Its a pain in the ass. Just to mention the underdog track, 'Coo Coo Clock': An undisputed techno classic. A Thundering jazz baseline with the most off key, hypnotic tonal boo f*ckery courtesy of a pitch keyed sample. A lesser known highlight from this 12" & one which easily rivals his higher profile output.
annexxe

annexxe

June 13, 2013
edited about 1 year ago

Honestly, i'd rather listen to the original: Cloud One - Disco Juice.
paquitagordon

paquitagordon

July 19, 2011
very good and dynamic live production in Get On My Camel
WadiDeep

WadiDeep

January 9, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Track A & B2 are not interesting. But B1, Disco Juice, has that typicall house (with disco influences) sound from the late 90's. A quality track, straight from Chicago. A must have for all those who likes (late) 90's house music.