Stereo (2) ‎– Black Jack

Label:
Bernett Records ‎– SB 19040
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single
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Tracklist

A Black Jack 5:58
B Moonshine 5:21

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Digital mix at Marcadet Studios

Made in France.

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  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

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hysteric

hysteric

January 26, 2008

You can safely skip straight past this A-side on this; it’s a pretty average bit of synth-pop fluff and certainly nothing to compare with the better-known Stereo tracks - Somewhere In The Night and No More.
Moonshine, however is a very different story.
Based around what sounds like a short sample of Camaro’s Gang - Snake Your Money, but played at half-speed, with beautiful synth chords, a soft female vocal and a long break in the middle that you never want to end.
This is a real masterpiece and, like other some other equally amazing tracks in this style, such as G,A,N,G, - Incantations or Marzio Dance - The Adventure, it’s the perfect way to begin (or end) a long set.
Moonshine has that vague feeling of familiarity, but also something unknown… It really gives the feeling of floating through the clouds, drifting between consciousness and sleep.