Super Discount ‎– Le Patron Est Devenu Fou! (The Boss Has Gone Mad!) Remixes

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Different ‎– DIF 004-7
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A Le Patron Est Devenu Fou! (Live Dub By EDC And The Solid Crew)
Remix – EDC*, The Solid Crew
B Le Patron Est Devenu Fou! (Two Lone Swordsmen Dub Mix)
Remix – Two Lone Swordsmen

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Design: Arber @ Public Art.
Merci: Ant1 & Ludo Pour H5.

Original version appears on the "Super Discount" album (DIF 002).

℗ 1997 Disques Solid. © 1997 Different Recordings.

Marketed in the UK by PIAS [Recordings] and distributed by Charged/Vital.
Made in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016555 880474
  • Barcode (String): 5016555880474
  • Barcode (Side A [Etched] ): DIF 004-7 A-1 DAMONT
  • Barcode (Side B [Etched] ): DIF 004-7 B-1 DAMONT

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SLD 009 EP Minos* Le Patron Est Devenu Fou(12", EP) Disques Solid SLD 009 EP France 1997 Sell This Version
DIF 004 CD Super Discount Presents Minos Pour Main Basse (Sur La Ville) Super Discount Presents Minos Pour Main Basse (Sur La Ville) - Le Patron Est Devenu Fou! = The Boss Has Gone Mad! (Remixes)(CD, Single) Different DIF 004 CD France 1997 Sell This Version
SLD 009 CDM, SLD009 CDM Minos* Le Patron Est Devenu Fou(CD, Maxi) Disques Solid, Disques Solid SLD 009 CDM, SLD009 CDM France 1997 Sell This Version
SLD 009 EP, DIF 004 Super Discount Le Patron Est Devenu Fou! = The Boss Has Gone Mad! (Remixes)(12", Promo, W/Lbl) PIAS UK, PIAS UK SLD 009 EP, DIF 004 France 1997 Sell This Version
PROMODIF 004 Super D!scount* Le Patron Est Devenu Fou !(12", Maxi, Promo, W/Lbl) Different PROMODIF 004 France 1997 Sell This Version

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dylaf

dylaf

September 19, 2015
Having bought this in 97', at an impressionable age & right in the middle of a strong wave of UK deep house/techno, I fell in love with both mixes. Weatherall & Tenniswood's contribution for obvious reasons (Just have a listen), however the surprise was the EDC/Solid Crew mix- its a slack arsed wonky dub proto disco thing, reminds me of better days in dance music when the industry supported quality over formulation & you would here a broad creative range of music from just one DJ as the norm. I guess the aftermath of Acid-House was still echoing around in the UK & somehow a lot of the French stuff had that unusual 'foreign' factor that found favour over here. Anyways, congas, disco hats, dub & delay- its a winner still today. Dance floor rocker.