Turbo ‎– TURBO-009
Vinyl, 12", EP, Maxi-Single


A Night Train 8:56
B1 Fools Gold 5:58
B2 Dancing In Berlin 5:46

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Night Train samples Yazoo - Goodbye 70's.

Fools Gold samples Depeche Mode - Fools.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TURBO 009 A1 SIMON THE EXCHANGE EURODISC MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): TURBO 009 B1 SIMON THE EXCHANGE MPO

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TURBO 009 TGV TGV EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Turbo TURBO 009 Canada 2001 Sell This Version
TURBO 009 TGV TGV EP(12", EP, RE) Turbo TURBO 009 Canada 2001 Sell This Version
TURBO009 TGV TGV EP(3xFile, WAV) Turbo TURBO009 Canada 2002



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September 25, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

I have to admit that when I first saw this release, knowing Tiga's love for the 80's, I thought Night Train was going to be a cover of the Visage classic. His vocals would really suit that track.

However, this is not a solo Tiga release. It's his TGV project with Mateo Murphy, who he worked with before hooking up with Jesper Dahlback & Soulwax.

Therefore Tiga's vocals are not on these tracks. They follow a much more pure techno vibe.

Night Train IS actually sampled heavily upon an 80's track, though it's not Visage. It samples Yazoo - Goodbye 70's, a pretty obscure (unless you're a fan of Yazoo) early track.

The riff is mixed here with groovy Telex - Moskow Diskow style percussion and a pulsating bassline. A definite floor-filler!

Fools Gold follows a similar path, this time using the riff from Depeche Mode's Fools. It's incredibly catchy, and with a Bobby O style bassline in the background it drives along perfectly. Tiga obviously loved the Grenoble sound around 2000, as this track has a definite vibe of The Hacker too.

Dancing In Berlin is, sadly, not a remix of the Berlin anthem. It's very boring, with nothing to even write about.

Night Train and Fools Gold are brilliant tracks.