The Youngsters ‎– Lemonorange

F Communications ‎– F 144 CD, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] ‎– 137.0144.020
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℗ 2001 F Communications.
© 2001 F Communications.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 413356 158427
  • Barcode (String): 5413356158427
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, 2): manufactured by optimal media production A152310-01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 2): ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9713
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9702
  • Label Code: LC 01347
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
  • Distribution Code (German): CMV 5 0144 20 137 - ACY
  • Other: 080PS

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CVOS 1044 The Youngsters Lemonorange(CD, Album) Creative Vibes CVOS 1044 Australia 2001 Sell This Version
MCD 169, 7898060831695 The Youngsters Lemonorange(CD, Album) F Communications, MCD World Music MCD 169, 7898060831695 Brazil 2001 Sell This Version
F 144 CD, 137.0144.020 The Youngsters Lemonorange(CD, PVC) F Communications, F Communications F 144 CD, 137.0144.020 France 2001 Sell This Version


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November 24, 2013

I agreeeeeeee


February 8, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

Great solid French electronic music. (I hesitate to say 'techno,' because several genres are represented here.) Suffice it to say, when everyone else was all about the filtered disco, the Youngsters never let their eyes off the techno ball. "Illogique," for instance, has an undeniable drive, while "Flightcase Pour Criquets" approaches things from a more mellow stance. "Lost In Palavas" brings in some jazz breaks, but it's "Choose" that brings in the Detroit melody and solid beats. "Doutes et Certitudes" starts with a spacious feel, letting the breaks and alarm clock fall in as a wake-up mechanism, and despite the promises of "Abusive Melody," it's not quite as pummeling as you'd expect. The cut-up of "Dub Cham Me" has a sparse jazzed-up charm, and the final track, "Smile" delves into shiny tech-house. A genre-straddling work, with a few genres turning out better than others.


August 16, 2002

This album is the best thing out of France since Daft Punk's "Homework". A fantastic album from start to finish, I really can't fault it. "Illogique" is just unspeakably brilliant, a brooding techno monster with a well-used vocoder (no, really). "Spanish Harlem" bangs relentlessly, "Choose" is rather uplifting, "Anxious Boy" has quite delicious synths, "Friperie Connection" is a mental breaks number with an evil streak, and "Abusive Melody" is rather overwhelming (which is great). Every track is superbly and innovately produced, and it's just a fantastic album that everyone from hardcore techno addicts to jazzmongers should love. FANTASTIQUÉ!